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Technology and Innovation Land Ladder Creek Falls Outdoor Lighting Design Award

Seattle City Light’s restoration of the historic Ladder Creek Falls light show at the Skagit Hydroelectric Project won a Paul Waterbury Award for Outdoor Lighting Design Excellence from the Illuminating Engineering Society.

Power Restored in Southeast Seattle, Tukwila

Seattle City Light crews restored power by 8:30 p.m. Monday to all 11,000 homes and businesses that were affected by power outages from a morning wind storm. Sustained winds of up to 40 mph with gusts approaching 60 mph knocked down trees, which fell into power lines breaking poles, wires… [ Keep reading ]

Community-based Mural Art to Adorn Denny Substation Construction Site

In an effort to have the community involved at each phase of the upcoming substation project, Seattle City Light has tapped Urban ArtWorks to create a mural for the temporary fence along 1250 Denny Way.

Strong Winds Knock Out Power for 11,000 Homes, Businesses

Seattle City Light crews were responding to scattered power outages affecting more than 11,000 customers as a wind storm blew through the Puget sound region early Monday morning. Initial estimates for restoration were set for 11 a.m. Updates are available online at City Light’s outage map, . Seattle City… [ Keep reading ]

Strong Winds Forecast, Could Cause Outages

Strong winds are predicted to blow through the Puget Sound area late Sunday night and into Monday morning, which could cause power outages. Seattle City Light encourages its customers to prepare for this possibility.

Divers, Crews Install Conduit for City Light Data Line in Portage Bay

Seattle City Light saved about $480,000 by using an innovative approach to install conduits for a fiber optic data line beneath the waters of Portage Bay.

City Light Update on Streetlight Response Plan

Superintendent Jorge Carrasco briefed the media on the plans City Light has to inspect and to make repairs, if necessary, to any of the 20,000 metal streetlight poles and 10,000 metal “hand holes” (small streetlight vault covers) in the utility’s service territory.