SURVEY: Seattle City Light has questions for you

Seattle City Light wants to know what you think of its service, among other things. So they’re running an online survey. The announcement says, “If you have opinions about power outages, your utility bill, different types of renewable energy, and more, this is your opportunity to provide your input.” We went through it – didn’t see any specific questions about outages, but there are a few open-ended places to offer your thoughts. If you have a few minutes to spare, you’ll find the survey link here.

3 Replies to "SURVEY: Seattle City Light has questions for you"

  • namercury October 14, 2021 (7:39 pm)

    Seattle City Light provides me with excellent service in the north Admiral area.  In 50 years I have only had one outage that lasted longer than an hour.   My only concern is that I believe they could operate more economically.  I believe they routinely ask for rate increases and could provide similar service without constant rate increases.  I realize that other areas of West Seattle have had reliability issues, especially recently.  

  • Thomas Andrew Wood October 15, 2021 (6:53 am)

    I have lived here my whole life  65 years and I have never seen so many outages.Every time we get a little wind hold on the power might go out.

  • chuck October 15, 2021 (7:54 am)

    It’s time for City Light to cease using creosote covered poles, a known carcinogen .

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