Report a Problem With a Streetlight
We conduct periodic patrols in search of streetlights that are not working, but with responsibility for more than 83,000 lights across the province we need your help to identify problems in your area.
Report a Streetlight Outage
How to Use the Tool
Use the map to locate the streetlight you would like to report. Streetlights are represented by orange light bulbs.
5 easy steps to report an outage:
- Find the streetlight near you by clicking on the Locate Me icon or entering an address in the search box (street number street name, city, SK)
- Select the correct streetlight on the map
- Click Report this Light
- Fill out the form
- Click Report and the streetlight icon will change to
If you’re experiencing problems submitting a streetlight outage, please contact us online or call us at 1(888)757-6937.
Once we are aware there is a problem, we look at the cause. Often, the problem may be that the power supply to the light has failed. Repairing or replacing the supply to the lights can take more time as we may need to schedule a crew or deal with the elements, such as frozen ground.
Do not use this form to report an electrical hazard (such as a fallen power pole, a fallen line, exposed electrical wires or an open power box), or to report power trouble. Call us toll-free, 24/7 at 310-2220 to report an emergency or power outage.
* The Goto My Location tool is available on HTML5 compatible browsers including Internet Explorer 9+, Chrome 10+, Firefox 4+, and Safari 5+