Street Lighting

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The Purpose Of Street Lighting

Studies have shown that roadway lighting is an effective tool in helping provide a safer driving environment. Numerous before and after nighttime crash studies have shown that roadway lighting helps prevent accidents and that the benefits far exceed its cost. It should be remembered that roadway lighting is to assist the motorist during nighttime driving and any additional area being illuminated is of secondary benefit.

Street Light Statistics

Street lights Maintained by the City of Grand Island Utilities Department 4616
Dusk to Dawn Lights Maintained by the City of Grand Island Utilities Department 1634

May 1888, 15 Electric Street lights were installed on 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Streets. This pilot area was bordered on the West by Walnut St and Kimball St on the East.

1999 Electric Demand Charge + Electric Consumption Charge: $119,121.35

 

Street lights are maintained by the City of Grand Island Utilities Department.

Click the link below to report a street light problem electronically.

Street Light Problem

 

Application for Street Light

Click HERE to apply for a PUBLIC Street Light along a public street within the Grand Island city limits.

Click HERE to apply for a PRIVATE Dusk to Dawn Light located in an alley or private lot within the Grand Island service area.