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Seattle City Light Completes Construction on 13th Avenue South

Seattle City Light crews have completed the final stages of construction on 13th Avenue South. Crews replaced aging electrical infrastructure and upgraded an existing electrical system that will reduce unplanned power outages and increase electrical reliability for the surrounding area.

Electrical Reliability Work Planned in Beacon Hill

Starting in early July 2019, Seattle City Light crews will replace aging electrical infrastructure in the Beacon Hill area. Crews will replace aging utility poles, overhead wire and equipment to help upgrade the existing electrical system.

How to Keep Your Holidays Merry & Bright

The winter holiday season has arrived meaning it’s time to unpack that box of lights and decorations. Before you begin to deck your dwelling, here are a few tips that will keep you and yours safe while helping you conserve energy! If you’re not the Clark Griswold type, walk through… [ Keep reading ]

Electronic Equipment Upgrades Planned in May 2017

Starting in May 2017, Seattle City Light will be supporting enhanced cellular and data services along Beacon Avenue South and Ballard Avenue Northwest by upgrading electronic equipment to utility poles throughout the public right-of-way of these neighborhoods.

Utility Pole Replacements Scheduled in Beacon Hill

Later this month, Seattle City Light will continue replacing aging utility poles in parts of the utility’s service territory to improve and upgrade electrical reliability for customers. City Light’s contractor, Magnum Power LLC, will be installing new utility poles, relocating wires and replacing aging equipment in the Beacon Hill neighborhood.

City Light Continues Utility Pole Upgrades for Advanced Metering

In January 2017, Seattle City Light will continue supporting Advanced Metering services throughout the utility’s service territory by replacing existing utility poles with taller poles, which will host wireless utility data collection equipment. The new poles will be 70 feet tall, which is about 20 feet taller than the existing poles.

Renton’s “Little Mountain” Project Blessed and Dedicated

In Renton’s Earlington Hill neighborhood, a humble hillside transmission right-of-way is bringing the community together with Seattle City Light.

City Light to Replace Aging Utility Poles in Parts of Seattle and Burien

Seattle City Light is planning to replace aging utility poles in parts of Seattle and Burien to help improve and upgrade the electrical reliability in parts of the service territory. The installation of new poles, wire and equipment relocation is an important investment in infrastructure.

Seattle City Light Helping Restore Hillside in Renton’s Earlington Hills Neighborhood

Seattle City Light staff will team up with the City of Renton, Earlington Hills Neighborhood group and the City View Church to restore a hillside in Renton this Saturday, Nov. 21. Volunteers will be out planting 520 native plants.

Flurry of Big and Tall Engineering Hits the South End

City Light workers had a busy week of big and tall engineering near Seattle’s south end, all in an effort to make our transmission system safer. Between July 21 and July 24, City Light workers and engineers straightened out a leaning 150-foot transmission tower, installed a massive metal pole in… [ Keep reading ]