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System Reliability Work on Spokane Street Viaduct to Start on July 14

Starting on Friday, July 14, Seattle City Light crews plan to improve electrical system reliability by pulling new wire over the top of the West Seattle Bridge near 2nd Avenue South.

Community Garden, Wetland Planned for Former Delridge Substation

Seattle City Light, Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association, and Seattle Parks and Recreation are transforming a former Delridge substation into community green space with a community garden, wetland, and educational programs for students and adults on growing food and environmental stewardship.

City Light System Reliability Work to Affect Traffic on I-5

Seattle City Light crews plan to enhance the reliability of the electrical system by pulling new power lines across Interstate 5 at NE 60th Street in Seattle’s Ravenna neighborhood.

Business Customers Rate Seattle City Light Highest in Customer Satisfaction

Business customers rated Seattle City Light highest in customer satisfaction among western region midsize electric utilities in the J.D. Power 2016 calendar-year study released today.

A Cleaner Energy Future Through New Markets

Seattle City Light General Manager & CEO Larry Weis stated the utility’s intention to prepare to join the Energy Imbalance Market managed by the California Independent System Operator (ISO) beginning in April 2019.

Customers Advised to Use Caution to Avoid Scammers Pretending to be Seattle City Light

Seattle City Light is reminding customers to protect their personal financial information to avoid becoming a victim of scammers posing as City Light employees.

Denny Substation Construction Work Will Impact Denny Way Starting Oct. 14

Seattle City Light is advising drivers and commuters to prepare for five weeks of lane closures on Denny Way between Stewart St. and Minor Ave N, beginning Friday, Oct. 14. Crews will be installing underground utilities for the Denny Substation.

Seattle City Light Crews Prepare to Take Winter By Storm

Seattle City Light crews demonstrated their preparations for winter storms Monday, while calling on residents to their part by assembling emergency preparedness kits and developing plans for how they will respond when storms arrive.

City Light’s Weis to Deliver Keynote for Smart Grid Northwest

Seattle City Light General Manager and CEO Larry Weis will give the keynote address at Smart Grid Northwest’s annual meeting Sept. 27 in Seattle as a kickoff to the industry organization’s Demand Response Symposium Sept. 28.

City Light’s Integrated Resource Plan Adapts to Changing Environment

The 2016 Seattle City Light Integrated Resource Plan examines an array of power options to help position the utility towards the future. The plan focuses on being the least cost and most environmentally friendly, and achieves the utility’s goal of being a leader in environmental stewardship.