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City Light Employees to Volunteer for Earth Day at Duwamish Hill Preserve

In honor of Earth Day 2013, a team of 25 Seattle City Light employees and their family members will join hundreds of other volunteers at the Duwamish Alive event April 20.

Seattle City Light Volunteers Join The Big Climb

Two volunteer teams of Seattle City Light employees will take on the Columbia Center March 24 to raise money for the fight against cancer.

Seattle City Light Rebuilding Project

Tears of joy from the appreciative homeowner provided reward for the City Light volunteers who spent the day on Saturday, Oct. 13, bringing a little sunshine into the life of Carolyn, an elderly homeowner in Judkins Park, on a damp and dreary day. The Seattle City Light Rebuilding Day was… [ Keep reading ]

Volunteers Pitch In to Clean Up the Skagit River

Volunteers scan the shoreline for debris. About 60 Seattle City Light employees and their families and friends, including several Boy Scouts, floated down the Skagit River on Saturday, Aug. 25, during the Skagit River Cleanup.  The day began as the Seattle City Light volunteer group met at the Marblemount… [ Keep reading ]

Restoring the Duwamish Hill Preserve for Earth Day

On Saturday, 23 Seattle City Light employees, family members, and friends, including students from Seattle University and the University of Washington, joined more than 200 other volunteers to help restore the Duwamish Hill Preserve in Tukwila as part of the Duwamish Alive! Earth Day event.

City Light Supervisor’s Working Vacation to Help Victims of Southern Tornadoes

Seattle City Light Field Operations Supervisor Greg Carlson is volunteering to help victims of the southern tornadoes rebuild.

Seattle City Light Employee Volunteers Plant Trees, Remove Invasive Plants at Northern State Recreation Area

Seattle City Light employees joined other community-minded volunteers to plant trees and remove invasive non-native plants at the Northern State Recreation Area near Sedro Woolley on Saturday, April 23.