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City Light Completes Underground Conversion Work in Capitol Hill

Seattle City Light recently completed the final stages of work for the East Union Street Underground Conversion Project. City Light’s contractor, Pellco Construction, installed underground electrical conduit, vaults and associated equipment in parts of East Union Street, from 10th to 11thAvenue. This work was aligned with the City of Seattle’s ordinance to underground power lines in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

Construction at Harrison Street to Resume in mid-January 2017

Starting in mid-January 2017, Seattle City Light will resume civil construction to install new vaults and conduit (duct bank) in the South Lake Union neighborhood. This project was previously on hold due to crew availability. The work will allow for increased electrical reliability in the surrounding area.

City Light Plans Work to Increase Reliability on Summit Avenue East

Seattle City Light is working to increase the reliability of the electrical system in the Capitol Hill neighborhood by installing new conduit (duct bank) and electrical vaults along Summit Avenue East and East John Street. The work will be completed in three stages.

City Light Begins Work to Increase Electrical Reliability Along Harrison Street

Starting in early March, Seattle City Light will begin another project in the South Lake Union neighborhood. Crews will be excavating for new electrical vaults and conduit along a segment of Harrison Street. The project will enhance the electrical reliability for affected customers in the area.