- An archived version of the online open house is available here.
- Open House Meeting Guide
- Summer 2014 Open House and Survey Summary
Station 1: About Energize Eastside
- Energize Eastside project and schedule
- What is Energize Eastside?
- Opportunities for public involvement
- Process to identify a solution and route options
- Sample 230 kV poles and wire configurations and Sample 230 kV substation
- Quick facts (中文 Chinese, Español Spanish, فارسی Farsi, हिन्दी Hindi, 日本語 Japanese, 한국어 Korean, Русский Russian, Việt Vietnamese)
- Fact sheet (中文 Chinese, Español Spanish, فارسی Farsi,हिन्दी Hindi, 日本語 Japanese, 한국어 Korean, Русский Russian, Việt Vietnamese)
- Frequently asked questions (中文 Chinese, Español Spanish, فارسی Farsi,हिन्दी Hindi, 日本語 Japanese, 한국어 Korean, Русский Russian, Việt Vietnamese)
- Neighborhood options
Station 2: Eastside need and growth
- About Eastside need
- The Eastside's electric demand
- About Eastside growth
- How power gets to you
- Eastside need animated infographic
Station 3: What are we hearing?
- How is PSE "right-sizing" the project?
- Has PSE considered alternative solutions?
- Can PSE put the lines in the Seattle City Light transmission line corridor?
- Can you safely put transmission lines near the Olympic Pipeline?
- Are property values a factor when evaluating route options?
- Can PSE put the lines underground? and Underground transmission lines fact sheet
- What about electric and magnetic fields (EMF)?, What are magnetic fields?, and Electric and magnetic fields brochure
Station 4: What has the Community Advisory Group completed so far?
- Community Advisory Group progress to date and next steps
- How did the Community Advisory Group narrow the route options?
- Community Advisory Group member list
- What is Multi-Objective Decision Analysis?
Station 5: What are the Community Advisory Group's narrowed route options?
- Route options overview map
- What has the Community Advisory Group said about the route options?
- Route options maps
- Community Advisory Group blind evaluation results
Station 6: Evalute the narrowed route options
- Evaluation factors
- Evaluation factor: Avoids impacts to aesthetics
- Evaluation factor: Avoids residential areas
- Evaluation factor: Avoids sensitive community land uses
- Evaluation factor: Avoids sensitive environmental areas
- Evaluation factor: Least cost to the ratepayer
- Evaluation factor: Maximizes longevity
- Evaluation factor: Maximizes opportunity areas
- Evaluation factor: Protects health and safety
- Evaluation factor: Protects mature vegetation
- Community Advisory Group route options data table
Station 7: Take the survey!
Station 8: General PSE Information
- A property owners guide to obtaining consent for uses within PSE easement areas
- Avian protection program
- Need help paying your PSE gas or electric bills?
- Vegetation management display board and brochure