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Seattle City Light Establishes Temporary Pause on Planned Outages

Seattle City Light remains committed to providing safe and reliable power while prioritizing the safety of our customers and crews. While planned outages are important to maintaining and upgrading our infrastructure, outages can be burdensome, and even more so as our customers are at home working, teaching children, and maintaining a healthy life during the COVID-19 crisis. We’re temporarily adjusting our work to have the lowest impact on customers during this time.

Cold Weather Conditions Force Seattle City Light Crews to Cancel Planned Outage for Ambaum Boulevard

SEATTLE — Seattle City Light will be cancelling a planned outage scheduled for Ambaum Boulevard customers this Wednesday, Jan. 16. This will be the second planned outage cancellation this week due to inclement weather conditions. The affected outage area was supposed to take place along Ambaum Blvd SW between SW 132nd… [ Keep reading ]

Ambaum Boulevard Planned Outage Cancelled for Monday, Jan. 14

The planned outage for Ambaum Boulevard customers, originally scheduled to start tonight (Jan. 14 at 9 p.m.) is being cancelled due to inclement weather conditions. Affected customers are located approximately between SW 128th and SW 132nd.

Seattle City Light Plans Community Meeting on Electric Cable Injection in Burien’s Hurstwood Neighborhood

Seattle City Light will be upgrading the underground electrical cable system in the Hurstwood neighborhood of Burien beginning in late October. A community meeting will be held to explain the project tomorrow night, Tuesday, Oct. 16, from 7:00 – 8:30 pm. The meeting will be held at Mount View Elementary School, 10811 12th Ave. SW.

Planned Power Outage at Seattle Center Monday, May 24

Seattle City Light plans to make necessary repairs within an electrical vault that affects Seattle Center. These repairs will take place during a 7-hour outage that will begin at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, May 23rd and will continue until Monday morning, May 24th with the planned power restored at 7:00 a.m.