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Current streetlight improvement locations have been chosen by Light & Power in an effort to add lighting to areas that do not meet our residential lighting standards, are physically able to be installed without interference from trees, landscape, etc., and/or are readily accessible from a power source.

More information about streetlight installation requests can be found here.

Conversion Process

During the rear-of-lot to front-of-lot conversion, Light & Power will be updating residential street lighting to obtain current luminance and illuminance lighting levels that have been adopted by the City of Fort Collins. These levels are intended to provide adequate visibility for vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

For additional lighting requests outside of the rear-of-lot to front-of-lot conversion area, please refer to the Eligible Areas for Streetlight Improvements page.

Material Information

The following information includes specifications and a performance report for the planned material.

Outdoor Photometric Report (73W LED)
Outdoor Photometric Report (70W HPS Residential)

Before and after view (intersection of Castlerock and Clearview).
Before and after view (intersection of Cragmore and Clearview).

LED lighting has been approved for use in certain roadway classifications. Castlerock Drive meets one of the roadway classifications and will be retrofitted with new 73 W LED roadway lighting.

Did You Know?

When it rains and as snow melts, runoff carries pollutants such as oil, antifreeze and gas down storm drains, contaminating our rivers, streams and lakes. Don't drip and drive.

Rebates are available for 1.1 gallons per flush, WaterSense-labeled toilets.

You can reduce ‘vampire’ power waste by unplugging electronics that are not in use or plugging them into a smart power strip.