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City Light Maintenance Facility Wins Clean Air Award for Second Year Running

For the second year in a row, City Light’s Newhalem maintenance facility has been selected by the Northwest Clean Air Agency (NWCAA) to receive a Partners for Clean Air Gold Award. This award recognizes that the Newhalem maintenance facility has demonstrated three consecutive years of perfect compliance with air quality… [ Keep reading ]

Advisory Message for Pend Oreille County

Boundary Dam Operations Update On Friday, May 1, Governor Inslee extended the statewide “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order until May 31. The order was first announced on March 23 in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We know that these necessary preventative measures have changed the way we live, work,… [ Keep reading ]

City of Seattle Announces Two Day Temporary Suspension of Public Works Construction to Conduct Health and Safety Training for Workers and Update Protocols

On Tuesday, April 7, 2020, Mayor Durkan announced that starting Thursday, April 9, 2020, the City of Seattle will require contractors and employees working on public works projects in Seattle to suspend work until Saturday, April 11, 2020. While the projects affected are permitted to continue under Governor Inslee’s Stay… [ Keep reading ]

Energy Conservation Tips While You Stay Home to Stay Healthy

On April 2, 2020, Governor Jay Inslee extended the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order through May 4, 2020. This decision was made to protect Washingtonians and ensure we are working together to flatten the curve. The City of Seattle has many resources for those that are financially impacted by COVID-19… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Paul Nissley

Paul Nissley Joined City Light in February 2019 as a Data Scientist/Strategic Advisor under Aliza Seelig in the Resources Planning, Forecasting, and Analysis group. Born in The Dalles, Ore., Paul and his family moved to Mount Vernon when he was two years old. “We moved for my dad to take… [ Keep reading ]

City Light’s Commitment to Safe Employees and Reliable Service During the COVID-19 Crisis

Seattle City Light is committed to the well-being of our employees and the community we serve. Our service is an essential need, and its reliability is a top priority. In order to maintain system reliability while keeping our employees safe, we have instituted a number of measures in response to… [ Keep reading ]

Community COVID-19 Resources

Seattle City Light is here to help you through the COVID-19 pandemic. The utility will not shut off your power for non-payment of your electric bill during this emergency. Utility Bill Assistance Utility Discount Program (UDP) Income-eligible customers can apply to the Utility Discount Program and receive a 60% discount… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Julie Scrivner

Julie Scrivner is a newer City Light employee who has worked on the Customer Energy Solutions (CES) team for just over six months. She serves the division as a planning analyst. “I do strategy and planning for future customer clean energy programs, including energy efficiency, transportation electrification, and renewable energy… [ Keep reading ]

New and Improved Online Payment Makes eBilling Easier Than Ever

Seattle City Light and Seattle Public Utilities are always looking for ways to make life easier for our customers. Today we are excited to announce a new and improved online payment experience. With a better user interface, better accessibility and new ways to get notified of your bill, going paperless… [ Keep reading ]

Take Action Now to Lower Your Winter Bill

You have the power to reduce your energy consumption and save money for the remainder of the winter. Here’s how you can take your power back.