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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.

Reporting a Streetlight Problem is Easier Than Ever

Your Seattle City Light has upgraded its mobile website and app, making it easier than ever to report a problem with a streetlight.

City Light Repairs Streetlight Found With Voltage

Seattle City Light repaired a streetlight today after a customer reported that his dog was shocked when it sniffed a small, metal plate at the base of a concrete streetlight pole on 32nd Avenue S between Atlantic and Massachusetts streets. The dog was not injured.

Streetlight Inspections Update Jan. 13

Seattle City Light contractors identified five instances of contact voltage of at least 30 volts related to streetlights and associated equipment in its latest round of safety testing Tuesday and Wednesday night. In each case, City Light crews immediately cut off power and started repairs. No people or pets were injured in any of the incidents.

Streetlight Inspection Update Jan. 5

Seattle City Light identified nine streetlights that were giving off voltage in the utility’s latest round of streetlight safety testing. No one was injured by any of the streetlights. In each case, City Light crews immediately cut power and started repairs.

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.