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Northwest Seattle Community Meeting Scheduled in Early Nov. 2017

Northwest Seattle residents, employees and businesses are invited to a interdepartmental open house and informational meeting for Seattle City Light’s seven surplus properties from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Monday, November 6 at the Ballard First Lutheran Church (2006 NW 65th Street). This event is hosted by the City of Seattle.

Burke-Gilman Trail Now Open in City Light Project Area

Seattle City Light has completed the majority of its electrical infrastructure construction activity along the Burke-Gilman Trail through the University of Washington’s west campus.

Safety First: Seattle City Light Adds Signs to Burke-Gilman Detour

Everything starts with safety at Seattle City Light. That goes for our employees and our customers, which is why we’ve added more signage to help cyclists and drivers stay safe along a detour of the Burke-Gilman Trail.

Electrical Upgrade for UW Requires Detour of Next Section of Burke-Gilman Trail

Seattle City Light is continuing its electrical upgrade of the system feeding the University of Washington. The project requires detouring the next section of the Burke-Gilman Trail.

Seattle City Light Crews Get Busy Connecting Trails

Seattle City Light crews replaced seven transmission structures to make room for Burke Gilman trail construction on the north side of NE 195th Street, between First and Fifth avenues NE.

Bike-to-Work Day Cyclists on Burke-Gilman Trail Be Aware of Detours

Seattle City Light and the University of Washington remind Bike-to-Work Day cyclists that City Light’s work on the Burke-Gilman Trail at the university requires a detour. Trail users are urged to check detour routes on the UW Burke-Gilman Trail Detours website.

Top of Transmission Tower Repaired, Ready to Go Back Up

On Wednesday, Oct. 6, Seattle City Light crews will begin reattaching a 20 foot section of a 190 foot tall steel lattice tower on the north side of the Lake Washington Ship Canal next to the Burke Gilman Trail.

City Light Work Will Close Burke Gilman Trail

Seattle City Light has been able to move up its work to repair a 200-foot steel lattice tower on the north side of the Lake Washington Ship Canal. During the work, the Burke Gilman Trail must be closed intermittently for safety reasons while workers are on the tower. The closures… [ Keep reading ]