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Seattle City Light Named an Environmental Champion

Seattle City Light has been named a 2016 Environmental Champion by Cogent Reports.

City Light Asks for Feedback on Proposed Technical Training Center

Seattle City Light will be hosting a community meeting to explain the details of a proposed technical training center located north of the Duwamish Substation. As part of the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) process, City Light will also be taking public comments from the community on the proposed project.

Seattle wins EPEAT Purchaser Award

City Light has a deep commitment to environmental stewardship, and we recognize that our purchasing choices have an environmental impact. This year, our efforts to reduce that impact were honored with an EPEAT Purchaser Award from the Green Electronics Council.

Conserving Stossel Creek

Seattle City Light recently acquired 154 acres of land on Stossel Creek east of Duvall to preserve important habitat for coho salmon and steelhead.

YMCA Global Teens get City Light Tour

City Light’s Bill Devereaux and Christopher Peguero, along with Boeing’s Brian Anderson, led a tour for a group from YMCA’s Global Teens program to the South Park neighborhood in Seattle as well as Boeing’s cleanup and habitat restoration worksite on the Duwamish River.

Cedar Falls penstocks get new coat of paint in high-wire act

You think painting your house is a challenge? Try removing lead paint from an 11-foot-wide pipe, pressurized to 128 pounds per square inch, while hanging a hundred feet over the city’s clean drinking water supply. That has been the work situation for contractors working to repaint the trestles and pipes… [ Keep reading ]

City Light Finalizes RSJI Work Plan for 2014

City Light has finalized its Race and Social Justice Initiative (RSJI) work plan for 2014. As part of its RSJI plan for the year, Seattle City Light will focus on the equity areas of education, equitable development, housing, jobs/economic justice, the environment, and service equity. The work plan is part… [ Keep reading ]

City Light Steps Closer to Powering Seattle Through the 21st Century

The Denny Substation project draft environmental impact statement is available for review.

Environmental Cleanup Complete at Future Denny Substation Site

Seattle City Light recently completed the environmental cleanup at the site of the utility’s future Denny Substation.

Lonely Osprey Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places

A single male osprey has been looking for love in the wrong place – a Seattle City Light tower along the Duwamish River.