Street Lighting

New LED Street Lights

BC Hydro is in the process of replacing existing light bulbs with energy-efficient LEDs to comply with federal regulations. All BC Hydro street lights across the North Shore will switch to LED by the end of summer 2022.

Street lights are switching to LEDs for much the same reason that people choose LEDs for their homes: they use far less energy, are more reliable, last longer, and are more sustainable. LED street lights also help improve public safety by increasing the visibility of sidewalks and roads at night.

You may start noticing new LED street lights in your neighbourhood. Visit BC Hydro's website at the link below to learn more.

Learn more about BC Hydro's Street Light Replacement Project

Request a Street Light Repair

Want to report an issue with a street light? Street light issues include:

  •  Light burnt out
  •  Light is on during the day
  •  Light is flickering on and off
  •  Open, broken, or missing light fixture
  •  Other street light issue

Depending on the type of pole, you can often report a street light issue directly to BC Hydro.

For Street Lights Attached to Wooden Poles

For street lights attached to BC Hydro poles, typically wooden poles, submit a repair request to BC Hydro.

BC Hydro - Request for a Street Light Repair Form

You can also submit a repair request to BC Hydro by contacting 1-800-BCHYDRO (1-800-224-9376), Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For Street Lights Attached to Metal Poles or Other Requests

If the street lights are not attached to BC Hydro poles, typically metal poles, fill out the form below or contact the District's Public Works Dispatch. You can also fill out the form or contact us if your request is for a new street light, removal, or modification.

Please include the nearest street address.

Request for Service Form