Seattle City Light has been asked by the City Council to look at its surplus properties and make recommendations back to the Council on appropriate dispositions. City Light is studying eight surplus properties in Southwest Seattle and one in the Rainier Valley. Utility staff have been meeting with nearby owners, residents and community groups to get their comments. You can see the properties and submit comments by visiting the Seattle City Light Surplus Properties website.
Seattle City Light's First New Substation Investment in Nearly 30 years
Seattle City Light is designing its first new substation in 30 years. The Denny Substation will serve businesses and residents in the commercial areas and residential neighborhoods throughout our service territory, as well as alleviate the distribution congestion in the areas of South Lake Union, Cascade, Denny Triangle, Uptown, Belltown and First Hill. It will provide the higher level of reliability and electrical load density needed by our major medical centers, bio-tech research facilities, and high tech industries, and by current and future manufacturing and innovative entrepreneurial industries. For more information please visit the project website.
Update Your Account Information
It's part of our ongoing efforts to improve customer service. Seattle City Light is enhancing communications for reporting outages and to receive information about outages. We need YOUR help! Many customers have had a City Light account for years and it's likely that your account information hasn't been updated for some time. Also, many of our customers now use a cellular telephone as their only phone service and we might not have that number in our system. Some of you have told us you'd like to get an e-mail when there's an outage because you can receive them on your cell phone. Please help us stay in touch by updating your contact information.
Seattle City Light Strategic Plan 5/12/2011
City Light is developing a strategic plan for the next 6 years. We need help from our customer/owners to help with decisions. This video explains how Seattle City Light has operated in the past and asks questions about the future.
Solar Carousel 5/5/11
Seattle Channel's City Stream show takes a look at the solar energy panels City Light helped install on Woodland Park Zoo's historic carousel.
Nissan Leaf Uses Clean Electricity 1/4/2011
City Light is happy to welcome the first mass produced electric car, using 100 % carbon neutral clean electricity. These cars are now available, and are the first of many electric vehicles that will soon be on the city streets.
Seattle City Light: Boundary Hydroelectric Project 9/21/2010
Seattle City Light`s Boundary Hydroelectric Project in NE Washington recently conducted an historic reduction in its reservoir which revealed the famed Metaline Falls for the first time in 27 years. This video shows how and why.
City Light Hosts Goats 8/31/2010
Seattle City Light`s north substation is hosting a herd of 270 goats to clear a slope of blackberries. This is the third time in 4 years the goats have helped clear the persistent weeds.
Take Winter by Storm 2010 10/21/2010
Winter storm preparations are being made by local utilities. It`s also time for individual families to prepare. Here are things you should do and some dangers to avoid.
Customer Video 6/18/2010
This short overview of Seattle City Light shows the history and legacy of the publically owned utility.
poor power quality adversely impacting your
If your business is
experiencing power quality problems that
significantly impact the performance of your
business and your profitability, Seattle City
Light has a service that may help.
is the Power Quality Service?
Seattle City Light offers an information,
assessment and referral service for our business
customers who have power quality problems. We will work
in partnership with you to help address power quality
Light can provide a free site visit of your facility and
conduct an initial assessment. We have also developed a
referral list of experienced service providers who can
assist your business to:
Monitor and identify
the causes of power quality events
Recommend and design
cost effective solutions
Provide and install
appropriate corrective equipment
Seattle City Light can
facilitate a meeting between your business and any one of
the firms from our list of pre-qualified service
providers. Then you may choose to contract with the
service provider to initiate the appropriate power
quality service. Our staff will monitor the proposed
solution to assure the integrity of the utility's
electrical distribution system.
call Seattle City Light's Account Executive Office
at 206.684.3331 or submit this customer information sheet electronically or by U.S. mail, whichever is most convenient. Seattle City Light stands behind reliable power and service.