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The City of Goodlettsville has initiated a citywide streetlight audit in preparation for a possible systemwide conversion to new energy-efficient LED streetlights. LED streetlights will reduce energy and maintenance costs while providing better lighting for the community, as well as providing significant cost savings.
“The possible conversion to LED streetlighting would be of a huge benefit to our community,” says Tim Ellis, City Manager “The Board of Commissioners has been very diligent in evaluating the possibility of converting street lights to LED and all of the positives that would come with it.”
Evari GIS Consulting will be recording field data of every streetlight in the City working Monday – Friday between August 10th through the end of August between the hours of 7a.m. and 5 p.m. Evari’s auditors will be wearing safety vests during field data collection and their vehicles will be clearly marked. As with all utility workers in Goodlettsville, drivers are advised to please maintain a safe distance from pedestrians and parked vehicles while driving.
For more information feel free to contact Jeff McCormick with the City of Goodlettsville at 615-851-2200.