Find Posts By Topic

Posts categorized under Tony White, Author at Powerlines - Page 4 of 10

Snow-Related Power Outages Affecting Thousands; Stay Warm and Find Other Shelter As Needed Tonight

In the wake of snowfall on the morning of Monday, Feb. 4, 2019, Seattle City Light crews have been responding to outages all over the utility’s service area. As of 4 PM on Feb. 4, about 11,000 customers are still without power across 41 separate outage events. Due to the… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City Light Named 2019 Tree Line USA by Arbor Day Foundation

Nebraska City, Neb. January 23, 2019– The Arbor Day Foundation has named Seattle City Light a 2019 Tree Line USA in honor of its commitment to proper tree pruning, planting and care in the provider’s service area. Tree Line USA, a partnership between the Foundation and the National Association of State Foresters, recognizes… [ Keep reading ]

Scam Activity is Ramping Up; Protect Yourself from Fraud.

In the last two days, City Light has received over 30 reports of scammers attempting to defraud customers over the phone. Even worse, today we heard from a customer that someone claiming to represent City Light showed up on their doorstep demanding a payment. Typically, scammers will demand financial and personal… [ Keep reading ]

Need Assistance With Your City Light Bill? We Can Help.

If you are having a hard time making ends meet, Seattle City Light has payment plans and assistance programs that may help you.

What to Expect On Day Two of Yesterday’s Wind-Related Outages

At City Light, we take great pride in serving our community. It’s our community too! We want to restore your power as quickly as possible, and we’re going to do everything we can to accomplish that goal safely and efficiently.

Help City Light and Starbucks Make Holiday Spirits Bright for Foster Children

Visit a participating Seattle-area Starbucks to help City Light and Treehouse make spirits bright this holiday season.

Electrical Safety Tips for Halloween

Halloween is spooky fun for kids and adults alike, but the last thing anyone wants on the holiday is an actual horror story. To make sure you’re safe around electricity while celebrating All Hallows Eve, read these tips.

Five Things That Made Seattle’s Public Power Possible

Get to know the innovation that made public power possible in Seattle.

City Light Crews Move to Repair Damage From California’s Carr Complex Fire

City Light crews working to restore electrical infrastructure in the Mendocino Complex Fire area successfully completed the projects assigned to them by local utility Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) on Wednesday, August 2018. PG&E was impressed with the quality of City Light’s efforts and re-assigned the crews to work on… [ Keep reading ]

City Light Crews Working to Repair Damage of Mendocino Complex Fire

On August 3, 2018, Seattle City Light sent 19 employees and support equipment to California to assist in restoring the electrical infrastructure damaged by the Mendocino Complex fire. Four four-person line crews, three operators, a supervisor, a safety manager and a fleets manager departed from the South Service Center in SODO… [ Keep reading ]