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Power Restored in West Seattle

Seattle City Light crews restored power at 1:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 15 to all 850 customers in an area from Delridge to White Center.

Capitol Hill outage restored

The Capitol Hill outage has been restored. It last lasted about 1.5 hours and affected 9,300 customers.

Capitol Hill outage affects more than 9,000 customers

Two feeder lines at City Light’s Capitol Hill East Pine substation have failed, cutting power to 9,300 customers.

Seattle City Light Expanding Powerful Neighborhoods Pilot

Following early success in helping South Seattle customers who do not use English as their primary language, Seattle City Light is expanding its Powerful Neighborhoods pilot program to help people save energy, water, and money.

Seattle Heats Up — Power in Good Supply

As temperatures rise during the summer all across the U.S., the demand for electricity to run air conditioning and cooling equipment also increases. Many East Coast cities are facing heavy power demand with potential wide-spread outages. The Northwest isn’t experiencing the same situation.

Seattle City Light Begins LED Streetlight Rollout

Seattle City Light celebrated the launch of its LED streetlight project today with the first installations in Ballard. During the next five years, the utility will install 40,000.

2009 Annual Report ‘A Test of Our Resilience’ Highlights City Light’s Performance During National Recession

In its 2009 Annual report, Seattle City Light shows how the utility was able to launch new energy conservation programs that nearly doubled savings goals despite a historic national recession and an unexpected plunge in revenue from surplus power sales.

Fisherman’s Ferry on Diablo Lake Resumes Service

Seattle City Light resumed service of the fisherman’s ferry on Diablo Lake this morning, June 22,following the installation of a replacement dock at the east end of the lake.

Arboretum Streetlight Replacement Work Starts June 21

Seattle City Light is scheduled to start work Monday, June 21, to replace 71 streetlights and the deteriorating underground electric cables that power them in the Washington Park Arboretum.

Boaters Urged to Stay Clear of Diablo Lake Rock Removals

Contractors for Seattle City Light are now working to remove loose rocks from the hillside above Diablo Lake at the site of a March rockslide. Access to the area is restricted and boaters and kayakers are urged to stay away for their safety.