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Power outages in Seattle, Shorline

Two power outages have left more than 4,000 customers in the dark this morning. An equipment failure in Shoreline has affected approximately 1,740 customers in Lake Forest Park, Olympic Hills and Shoreline. Restoration is expected around 5 a.m.

City Light Employee Helps with Japanese Tsunami Recovery

The tragedy of the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan turned to opportunity and the fulfillment of a dream to travel and assist others in need for Chris Peguero of Seattle City Light.

Skagit Tours start new season July 1

New Skagit Tours begin this weekend at North Cascade National Park Complex at Diablo Lake.

First Phase of Fremont Undergrounding Project Near Completion

Seattle City Light’s contractor, MidMountain, is nearly finished with the first phase of a project to extend the underground electrical service along N. 34th Street east of the Aurora Bridge.

You’re Invited to the City Hall Open House on Saturday

Everyone is invited to an open House at City Hall in downtown Seattle, Saturday, Jan. 29, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Herd in the Neighborhood: Goats Back for More

The Roosevelt/Maple Leaf Neighborhood’s favorite vegetation management team is coming back to Seattle City Light’s North Substation next week to munch blackberry bushes in a four-day cleanup.

Ford, Seattle Team Up to Prepare for Electric Vehicles

Ford Motor Company and the City of Seattle today announced a partnership to help prepare the city for the operation of electric vehicles.

Standard & Poor’s Affirms City Light Bond Rating

Mayor Mike McGinn announced today that Standard & Poor’s (S&P) has affirmed Seattle City Light’s bond rating as AA- and a stable outlook. This rating is good news for ratepayers and independent validation that City Light is in good financial condition.

Nominate Seattle for Google’s Fiber Pilot Project

Seattle wants fiber-optic and ultra-high-speed Internet everywhere. Google is looking to build such broadband networks in one or more communities in the United States. You can help Seattle become that city.

Power restored to NE Seattle

 Power was restored just after 1 p.m. to all customers in NE Seattle following outages that began at 10:10 Saturday morning. At that time, there were 7,023 customers without power. The causes of both outages have been determined to be cable failures.  The original boundaries of the outages were:  N:… [ Keep reading ]