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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 ]

Underdeck Lighting Improvements at South Cloverdale Street

Starting in late August 2020, Seattle City Light will upgrade the underdeck high pressure sodium (HPS) light fixtures at the State Route 99 overpass on South Cloverdale Street. The lights will be replaced with new light emitting diode (LED) fixtures that will improve pedestrian and traffic safety.

Underdeck Lighting Upgrades Planned in the Chinatown-International District

Starting in mid-March 2020, Seattle City Light contracted crews will upgrade the underdeck high-pressure sodium (HPS) light fixtures at several overpass locations in the Chinatown-International District area. Existing lights will be replaced with new light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures. The lighting upgrades will increase visibility and improve pedestrian and traffic safety in the area.

City Light Completes Streetlight Infrastructure Upgrades in Shelby-Hamlin

This past fall, contracted crews completed a six-month project to replace an aging streetlight system in the Shelby-Hamlin/Montlake area. Crews replaced the streetlight fixtures, poles and underground infrastructure with updated equipment. The new fixtures were selected, based on community feedback from local residents.

Streetlight Infrastructure Upgrades Planned in Shelby-Hamlin

Beginning in April 2019, Seattle City Light will replace the aging streetlights in the Shelby-Hamlin neighborhood with a new, more reliable light-emitting diode (LED) streetlight system. The new LED streetlights will make residential streets safer by increasing their visibility at night.

City Light to Begin LED Streetlight Conversion Work in Downtown Seattle

Seattle City Light is continuing to improve customer safety, reduce carbon emissions and conserve resources by converting the globe streetlights in the downtown Seattle core from high-pressure sodium (HPS) lights to energy-efficient LEDs. The new LED lights will enrich the quality of lighting, improve pedestrian and traffic safety, and maintain the character of downtown Seattle’s historic neighborhoods.

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 ]

City Light Requests Feedback on Pilot LED Streetlight Projects in Pioneer Square & Pike Place Market

Starting this August, Seattle City Light will be piloting a program to improve customer safety, reduce carbon emissions and conserve resources by installing LED streetlight fixtures in the downtown Seattle area. The new fixtures will be evaluated for appearance, historical integrity and light levels. City Light is inviting customers to provide their feedback on the pilot LED fixtures.

Magnolia Streetlight Project Begins in April

Starting in mid-April 2018, Seattle City Light will be partnering with Crown Castle to pilot a project that will support enhanced cellular and data services in the Magnolia area. The project includes the installation of two streetlight poles with LED fixtures near Constance Drive West and West Parkmont Place. One of the poles will be configured with non-functional cellular antenna equipment.

City Light to Pilot LED Fixtures in Pioneer Square

Beginning in January 2018, Seattle City Light will be piloting a program to improve customer safety, reduce carbon emissions and conserve resources by installing LED streetlight fixtures in Pioneer Square.  Two manufacturers have been selected and customer comments are needed to decide which fixtures will light Pioneer Square. The new fixtures will be evaluated for appearance, historical integrity and light levels. The fixtures must meet City Light standards and Seattle Department of Transportation minimum light level and uniformity guidelines.