CALIFORNIA STREET LIGHT ASSOCIATION

California Street Light Association

 

Welcome to The California City-County Street Light Association (CALSLA). We are a statewide association of  that is committed to maintaining fair and equitable street light electric rates and facilities charges, and disseminating street light related information.

 

We represent the interests of counties, cities and towns before the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and have done so for the past 30+ years. CALSLA advocates street light and traffic signal electric rates that are fair to local governments.  We further assist our members by providing technical and engineering information, public and private funding information, acquisition strategies, legal review and support in negotiating service issues with utilities.

 

Through our efforts, CALSLA has been very successful in reducing electric rates on your behalf.  In most cases, we have been the only organization representing street light customers.  Our experienced rate consultant and attorneys are vital to the success in litigating and/or negotiating lower rates for street lights and traffic controls, and in gaining better levels of service from the utilities.

 

Increase your knowledge and power about street lighting, and join CALSLA. Help your city or county gain the advantage of best practices in street light rate design and/or purchase of street lights from the investor owned utility companies.

 

California City-County Street Light Association, illuminating the possibilities of fair and equitable street light rates for all.

 

Latest News

CALSLA 2018 Newsletter03-May-2018

Check out our May 3, 2018 Newsletter. Click the link below to download.

CALSLA 2018 Newsletter 5.3.2018 CALSLA 2018 Newsletter 5.3.2018 (86 KB)

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Latest Blog Posts

2018 CALSLA Conference Update

Michael Clawson - Wednesday, May 30, 2018

The 2018 CALSLA conferences on street lighting were conducted at the County of Los Angeles Public Works in Alhambra CA on May 7, 2018 and at the City of San José’s Environmental Innovation Center on May 14, 2018.   Read More

LED Streetlights

Jean Bonander - Saturday, February 15, 2014

LED Streetlights are going to change the way the night looks illuminated under city streetlights. Here is a great article that details this new development in city streetlights.   Read More

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