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Winter weather is coming. Now is the time to prepare.

All week, we (along with most of the region) have been tracking the forecasted snowfall and frigid temperatures that will begin Friday and go into the following week. City Light is staffed and ready to mobilize if and when outages occur. We have prepared for the worst and are hoping… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City Light መብራት በሚጠፋበት ጊዜ ዝግጁ እንዲሆኑ ይፈልጋል

በደቂቃ ውስጥ አየሩ ከደማቅ እና ፀሐያማነት ወደ ጨለማ እና ነፋሻማነት የሚቀየርበት ወቅት ነው። እንደ አውሎ ንፋስ እና ከባድ በረዶ ያሉ ከባድ የአየር ሁኔታዎች በአካባቢያችን የኤሌክትሪክ ኃይል መቆራረጥ ሊያስከትሉ ይችላሉ። በዚህ ወቅት ቤተሰብዎን እንዴት እንደሚያዘጋጁ እና ምቾት እንደሚፈጥሩ፣ መረጃ እንደሚሰጡ እና ከሁሉም በላይ ደግሞ ደህንነታቸው የተጠበቀ እንዲሆን ለማድረግ የሚረዱ ጥቂት ጠቃሚ… [ Keep reading ]

Sunday, Oct. 24 Wind Event Update

We’ll continue to update this post as we have more information. 10/26 5 p.m. update: After over 48 hours of nonstop work to clear fallen utility poles, power lines and trees along East Marginal Way South, Seattle City Light (SCL) and Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) crews have completed clean… [ Keep reading ]

Extreme Heat Wave: Seattle City Light’s System Capability and Response

As our region grapples with a historic heat wave, Seattle City Light is carefully monitoring external conditions and our systems to maintain reliable power to our customers in Seattle and our surrounding communities. We have brought in extra crews to respond to unplanned outages and we have postponed planned outages… [ Keep reading ]

February Snowstorm Recap

Last weekend brought record amounts of snow to the Seattle area, which created challenges for City Light crews and employees to keep the lights on for our customers. In addition to responding to outages and restoring power, City Light employees stepped up to support other City department operations and traveled south to Oregon to assist our neighboring utility that experienced greater damage to utility poles and infrastructure than we did in Seattle.

Another snowstorm in February? We’re ready.

All week, we (along with most of the region) have been tracking this winter weather and the possibility of significant snowfall. Starting tonight, according to our friends at the National Weather Service in Seattle, our service area can anticipate between 3 to 7 inches depending on where you live. City… [ Keep reading ]

Windstorm Outage Update – Jan. 15

Our team continues to work tirelessly to restore electricity to customers still without power in our service area. Since yesterday, City Light has reduced the number of customers without power to 153 out of the initial 74,000 customers. We will continue to update our outage map and provide more updates on Facebook and Twitter as they are available. We know this has been a tough week and we understand how… [ Keep reading ]

Windstorm Outage Update – Jan. 14

We understand how challenging the past few days have been as our region recovers from one of the largest storms in recent memory. Our crews have been working non-stop since the storm began. In addition to our field crews, personnel from vegetation management, system operations, emergency management, fleets, warehousing, substations,… [ Keep reading ]

Windstorm Outage Update – Jan. 13

4:30 p.m. Update: Crews continue to make significant progress on today’s outages. Power was restored to approximately 68,000 customers. 6,100 customers remain without service. For updates, please visit our outage map: seattle.gov/light/outage. Seattle City Light crews continue to respond to several outages throughout our service territory from last night’s windstorm…. [ Keep reading ]

City Light is ready for winter weather. Are you?

Seattle City Light monitors weather conditions to prepare for potential power outages when high winds, heavy rain, or snow and ice are in the forecast. We are prepared with the necessary equipment, supplies, chains for trucks, etc., to respond to any outage. Should there be widespread outages, we have crews… [ Keep reading ]