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Seattle City (spot)Light: Kelsey Hay

Kelsey Hay celebrated her one-year anniversary with City Light in late June. She works with the Communications and Marketing division as a Communications intern, where she provides support on a number of projects and teams including community outreach (community meetings and related tasks), Skagit Tours, (spot)Lights, and more! Growing up… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Chris Armstrong

Chris Armstrong has been with City Light for a little over six years. After working as the internship coordinator, Chris transitioned to his current role as an outreach and engagement specialist on the Communications team. Before coming to Seattle, Chris lived in Champaign, Illinois for twelve years where he received… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Greg St. Peter

Greg St. Peter has been with Seattle City Light for five years. He is a part of the Communications and Marketing team as the graphic designer. “My role as the only in-house graphic designer is to support all aspects of visual information both internal and customer-facing, via print as well… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Chau Ly

Chau Ly has been a committed City Light employee for thirteen years. As a Senior Customer Service Representative in the Credit and Collection departments, Chau plays a vital role in solving customer inquiries or problems and improving strategies and procedures. Originally from outside of Washington, Chau shares that she was… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Jeff Fisher

Jeff Fisher will celebrate his one-year anniversary working for City Light in July. “My official title is senior aquatic ecologist and strategic advisor,” Jeff explained. “My job is a bit of a meld of straight technical fisheries and water quality work with policy support focused on broader Endangered Species Act… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: John LeCompte

John LeCompte has been with City Light for twelve and a half years. After spending nine years providing energy efficiency incentives for commercial and industrial customers, and the next two years working on emerging technologies, John was recently reassigned to the newly-formed Electrification and Strategic Technology Division. “We are focusing… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Brian Hempel

Brian Hempel joined Seattle City Light in February 2020—just in time to get acquainted with his office space before the COVID-19 response mandated social distancing and he began to work from home. Born and raised in Southern California, he also lived in Buffalo, New York, before returning to SoCal and… [ Keep reading ]

Support for Small Business & Non-Profit City Light Customers Impacted by COVID-19

We understand that COVID-19 and Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order have impacted our small business and non-profit customers in unprecedented ways. Seattle City Light is here to help by making our resources for small and medium business customers easier to access. You can now sign up for bill… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Joy Bediones

Jocelyn (Joy) Bediones joined City Light in March 2011 after working many years in the banking industry. A certified public accountant, she works with City Light as an environmental accountant (and grant expert!). Joy was born and raised in Iloilo City, on the southern tip of Panay Island in the… [ Keep reading ]

Resources for Residential and Business City Light Customers Impacted by COVID-19

City Light offers a variety of resources to help customers who have been financially impacted by COVID-19 and the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order. We aren’t disconnecting anyone for nonpayment during this trying time, and we have payment options available for both residential and business customers. We are offering payment… [ Keep reading ]