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Seattle City Light, Seattle Aquarium Announce Solar Project

Seattle City Light and the Seattle Aquarium announced today that they will install the largest solar array at any West Coast aquarium this Fall as part of the utility’s Community Solar and Green Up programs.

Cleanup Work Scheduled at Former Greenlake Substation Property

Seattle City Light will be closing the alleyway between 79th and 80th Streets west of Aurora Avenue N in the Greenlake neighborhood from May 20 through June 14 for work on a former substation property at 949 N. 80th Street.

Denny Substation Activity Update and Website Video Launch

Progress continues on the first substation to be constructed by Seattle City Light in 30 years.

Seattle City Light Protects Nesting Birds by Delaying Utility Pole Removal

Seattle City Light customer and bird watcher Trileigh Tucker helped the utility protect several chickadees that were nesting in an old utility pole that was about to be removed.

Denny Substation Project Update

Demolition of the former Greyhound Bus maintenance facility at the site of the future Denny Substation nears completion.

Denny Substation State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Public Scoping Meetings

Seattle City Light is in the early stages of building its first new substation in 30 years. The environmental review process is underway and the scoping period began on Monday, Oct. 8.

Public Comment Period Begins for Denny Substation Environmental Impact Statement

Seattle City Light is beginning the environmental review process for the Denny Substation Project by announcing the public comment period and associated public meetings.

Seattle City Light Shares Expertise with Forest Advocates from India, Bandladesh

City Light got to share its expertise in managing natural resources across two nations with a group of international visitors in April.

Powerful Neighborhoods Expanding to Southern Suburbs

Seattle City Light will expand its Powerful Neighborhoods program to install free compact fluorescent light bulbs in the areas of Burien, White Center, North Highlands, SeaTac Tukwila and Skyway served by Seattle City Light starting Jan. 3.

City Light Awarded $40,000 for Salmon Habitat Work

Seattle City Light has been awarded a $40,000 grant from the Salmon Recovery Funding Board to support salmon and steelhead habitat restoration along the lower Tolt River near Carnation, Washington.