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Crews Continue Restoration Work in Lake Forest Park

Seattle City Light crews are continuing to work to restore power to an estimated nine customers in Lake Forest Park after gusty winds brought outages to 9,000 earlier in the day.

Crews Working to Restore Service to Final 185 Customers

Service for most of West Seattle Restored. Repairs for customers in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park could last until 10 p.m.

Service Restored in Greenwood, Georgetown

Seattle City Light repair crews have restored power to customers affected by outages in Greenwood and Georgetown and continue to work on outages in Shoreline, Lake Forest Park and West Seattle.

Combine Rebates, Save $200 on Energy Efficient Washers

Seattle City Light incentives combined with federal stimulus funding can save you $200 when you trade in your old, clunky washing machine for an new, energy efficient model.

Rockslide on Lake Diablo Not Affecting Dam Operations

A large rockslide buried an access road from the National Park Service boat landing on Diablo Lake sometime Sunday night or early Monday morning, but is not interfering with operations at any of Seattle City Light’s three hydroelectric dams.

Power Restored at Seattle Center

Seattle City Light crews restored power to the Center House at Seattle Center about 1:30 p.m. today.

Update: Power Restored for Most of Seattle Center

Power has been restored to most of the Seattle Center from an outge that started about 9:30 a.m. today. The only building that remains without power is the Center House.

Power Out for Parts of Seattle Center, Surrounding Neighborhoods

A power outage was reported at the Seattle Center about 9:30 a.m. today. A crew was immediately dispatched to determine the cause of the outage and make repairs.

City Light Helps Mariners Score With Energy Efficiency

Seattle City Light is helping the Seattle Mariners improve the fan experience at Safeco Field while cutting energy consumption.

Small Snowpack Means Big Cuts for City Light Revenue

Warm, dry weather throughout the Pacific Northwest this winter will hurt Seattle City Light’s power supplies throughout 2010 and cut revenues from surplus power sales dramatically.