Why should our city become a paying member of CALSLA?

CALSLA is the primary entity to represent street light and traffic control issues before the CPUC. CALSLA uses membership dues to pay for an attorney and energy consultant to challenge rate increases and to negotiate lower street light and traffic control rates.  We need active membership participation to maintain our bargaining position with the electric utilities.  Without intervention by CALSLA, utility rate increases would go unchallenged at the CPUC.


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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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