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City of Seattle can Help Pay Your Electric and Utility Bills

Traducción Española | dịch tiếng Việt | 中文翻譯 | 한국어 번역 Tarjumaadda Af-Soomaaliga | የአማርኛ ትርጉም COVID-19 has affected Seattle residents in many ways. Many people, including older adults and families, are facing tough times due to job loss. The City of Seattle can help people who are struggling to… [ Keep reading ]

Free Energy-Saving Equipment Installation for Small Businesses and Nonprofits

Has your small business been impacted by COVID-19? Are you looking for ways to save on your electricity bill? Seattle City Light is offering free efficient lighting and water savers to small businesses and nonprofits for a limited time. If you currently have inefficient incandescent, halogen, or compact fluorescent lighting,… [ Keep reading ]

Supporting our Seattle City Light customers during these challenging times

As we support our customers negatively impacted by COVID-19, Seattle City Light wants to ensure everyone knows about all available resources. In addition to payment assistance, City Light is: Not shutting off power* for non-payment and working with customers to ensure uninterrupted service. Waiving late fees and making every effort… [ Keep reading ]

Support for Small Business & Non-Profit City Light Customers Impacted by COVID-19

We understand that COVID-19 and Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order have impacted our small business and non-profit customers in unprecedented ways. Seattle City Light is here to help by making our resources for small and medium business customers easier to access. You can now sign up for bill… [ Keep reading ]

Meter reads during COVID-19

COVID-19 impacting manual meter reads; some customers may receive estimated bills The COVID-19 outbreak and Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order have impacted Seattle City Light’s ability to provide manual meter reading services to some customers due to staffing shortages and an inability to access meters at temporarily closed… [ Keep reading ]

Skagit Hydroelectric Project Operations Update

On Thursday, April 2, Governor Inslee extended the statewide “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order until May 4. The order was first announced on March 23, and bans all gatherings, closes all non-essential businesses unless employees can work from home, and requires people across our state to stay home unless they are engaging in an essential activity. We know that these necessary preventative measures have changed the way we live, work, and play.

Seattle City Light Establishes Temporary Pause on Planned Outages

Seattle City Light remains committed to providing safe and reliable power while prioritizing the safety of our customers and crews. While planned outages are important to maintaining and upgrading our infrastructure, outages can be burdensome, and even more so as our customers are at home working, teaching children, and maintaining a healthy life during the COVID-19 crisis. We’re temporarily adjusting our work to have the lowest impact on customers during this time.

Advisory Message for Pend Oreille County

Boundary Dam Operations Update On Friday, May 1, Governor Inslee extended the statewide “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order until May 31. The order was first announced on March 23 in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We know that these necessary preventative measures have changed the way we live, work,… [ Keep reading ]

Energy Conservation Tips While You Stay Home to Stay Healthy

On April 2, 2020, Governor Jay Inslee extended the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order through May 4, 2020. This decision was made to protect Washingtonians and ensure we are working together to flatten the curve. The City of Seattle has many resources for those that are financially impacted by COVID-19… [ Keep reading ]

COVID-19 Response: An open letter from City Light CEO, Debra Smith

At Seattle City Light we are working hard to react quickly to COVID-19 while remaining committed to the well-being, both physical and financial, of our dedicated employees and the communities we serve. We’re doing our best to navigate through this unprecedented event as each day brings new developments. Our service… [ Keep reading ]