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Underground Electrical Upgrades Planned in Capitol Hill

In 2017, Seattle City Light crews installed underground electrical conduit, vaults and associated equipment in parts of the Capitol Hill neighborhood. This work was done as part of the City of Seattle’s ordinance to convert overhead power lines to an underground electrical system. The next step of this work involves pulling in cables to connect to the underground system. This is projected to begin in early March 2020.

How to Keep Your Holidays Merry & Bright

The winter holiday season has arrived meaning it’s time to unpack that box of lights and decorations. Before you begin to deck your dwelling, here are a few tips that will keep you and yours safe while helping you conserve energy! If you’re not the Clark Griswold type, walk through… [ Keep reading ]

Enhanced Cellular/Data Upgrades Planned in Fall 2018

Seattle City Light is supporting enhanced cellular and data services in various Seattle neighborhoods by attaching low-power omni-directional antennas and equipment cabinets to existing utility poles within the public right-of-way.

Seattle City Light Completes Streetlight Repairs in First Hill

This past May, Seattle City Light worked to improve pedestrian safety in the First Hill neighborhood by temporarily repairing 18 failed streetlights along Madison Street.

Seattle City Light to Repair Streetlights in First Hill

Starting in mid-to-late May 2017, Seattle City Light will be working to improve pedestrian safety in the First Hill neighborhood by temporarily repairing 18 failed streetlights on Madison Street, spanning from Minor to Terry avenues. Crews will connect overhead cables from Terry Avenue and Madison Street towards Boren and 9th avenues to restore power to the failed streetlights.

City Light Completes Electrical Reliability Improvements On Minor Avenue

Seattle City Light crews recently completed civil construction work on Minor Avenue, located in the Capitol and First Hill neighborhoods. The infrastructure upgrades will allow for increased electrical reliability in the area.

City Light Begins Work to Increase Electrical Reliability Along Minor Avenue

Starting in mid-June, Seattle City Light will begin another project in the Capitol Hill & First Hill neighborhoods to enhance electrical reliability. Crews will be installing new conduit and an electrical vault along a segment of Minor Avenue between Pike Street and Union Street.

Construction of Denny Substation to Start in March

Construction on Seattle City Light’s Denny Substation is scheduled to begin in March, led by The Walsh Group, which has been hired as the general contractor.

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

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

Denny Substation: Powering Seattle Through the 21st Century

The Denny Substation Project team has updated its early substation design, and will be holding an open house to share its latest work and gather public comments.