Take a close look at your online Seattle City Light electricity bill if you received one this week. Over 12,000 customers may have received two bills in error. That’s according to an online update from the utility:
The online update was included in a SCL post about rates increasing by about 2% at the beginning of the year.
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
Residential Billing Information – City Light | seattle.gov
No problem. Simply call (206) 684-3000 to pay by credit or debit card, or mail a check to: City of Seattle PO Box 35178. Seattle , WA 98124-5178.
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How do I pay my Seattle light bill?
By Phone (24/7): (877) 398-3531 Walk-In LocationsSend a letter to City of Seattle at PO Box 35177 in Seattle, Washington, 98124.
Where can I pay my Seattle City Light bill?
Payment CentersLake City Customer Service Center 12525 28th Ave North Service Center 1300 N 97th St, Seattle, WA 98103 Ballard Customer Service Center 5604 22nd Ave University Customer Service Center 4534 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105 Downtown Customer Service Center
Can you pay Seattle City Light with card?
You can pay your Seattle City Light and Seattle Public Utilities account with a credit card or checking account without incurring any fees.
How often is Seattle City Light billed?
Most residential customers receive a bill every two monthsYour two-month billing period’s energy usage is shown on the bill, along with the rate that was applied based on your service area and the season (winter or summer).