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Seattle City Light unveils new electric vehicle chargers in Tukwila

Seattle City Light announced five new utility-owned electric vehicle (EV) chargers in Tukwila, Wash. The publicly accessible stations are part of a utility initiative to deliver community-focused transportation electrification solutions that meet customer needs, reduce carbon emissions and air pollution. Sited in one of City Light’s franchise cities, this is the first public infrastructure site the utility has opened outside of Seattle city limits.

Crews Complete Electrical Reliability Work in Tukwila

This past December, a Seattle City Light contractor recently completed the final repair work on several existing electrical conduits along 42nd Avenue South in Tukwila, WA. The project also included the installation of new vaults to enhance reliability for electrical service.

Seattle City Light to Repair Conduit on 42nd Avenue South

In late October 2017, a Seattle City Light contractor will be working along 42nd Avenue South in Tukwila, WA to repair existing electrical conduits and install new vaults. This work will enhance the electrical system’s reliability and reduce the likelihood of unplanned power outages.

City Light Sponsors Volunteer Events

Last Saturday, April 16, City Light’s Vegetation Management Unit and Environmental Affairs and Real Estate Division sponsored five Duwamish Alive volunteer events on City Light property to improve the watershed

Creating Buzz Along City Light’s Creston-Duwamish Transmission Line

Seattle City Light is working with a host of stakeholder groups to create a lot more buzz along the corridor for the utility’s Creston-Duwamish transmission line by enhancing habitat for native bees.

Power restored in parts of southwest and south service area

Power has been restored to most of Burien, Normandy Park and SeaTac. Crews are still working to restore an outage in Tukwila that was caused by a construction crew cutting an underground cable.

Flurry of Big and Tall Engineering Hits the South End

City Light workers had a busy week of big and tall engineering near Seattle’s south end, all in an effort to make our transmission system safer. Between July 21 and July 24, City Light workers and engineers straightened out a leaning 150-foot transmission tower, installed a massive metal pole in… [ Keep reading ]

City Light Uses Rubberized Covers on High Voltage Lines to Protect Duwamish Osprey

Osprey and electrical equipment don’t belong together, and City Light is working hard to separate the two.

Power Restored to Most Customers in Skyway/Tukwila

Seattle City Light crews restored power by 4:50 p.m. to most customers affected by a fallen tree and wires down near Martin Luther King Way S. and S. 68th Avenue Twenty customers are still without power. The estimated time of restoration for all customers is 11:30 p.m. tonight.

Seattle City Light Names Tree Line USA Utility by Arbor Day Foundation

Seattle City Light was named a Tree Line USA Utility for 2013 by the Arbor Day Foundation for best practices in protecting and enhancing the urban forests in its service territory.