Sunday, January 29, 2023

It’s the Holiday Season! Sign Up for Ukiah Valley’s Let It Glow House Lighting Competition

The following is a press release from the City of Ukiah:


[All photographs depict participants in the Let It Glow competition in years past provided by the City of Ukiah]

Do you think your house has the best lights in Ukiah?  Get into the spirit of the season and join the competition!

The Let It Glow Ukiah Valley House Lighting Competition is a fun way to light up the Ukiah Valley!

Addresses of participating residential homes will be updated daily starting December 3rd on the event’s website www.cityofukiah.com/letitglow. Spectators can vote until December 19th at noon. Winners will be awarded on December 19th.

The City of Ukiah Electric Utility is excited to provide generous awards for the top 3 City of Ukiah residential and commercial entries with the best LED displays.  A special public recognition award will be granted to the best residential neighborhood decorated.  To encourage participation and the use of LED lights, the City of Ukiah Electric Utility is offering a rebate program for new purchases on lights.  

Are you outside the City of Ukiah?  Residential homes and businesses in neighboring areas such as Calpella, Talmage, Hopland, and Redwood Valley area can also compete for cash prizes.  This is made possible and sponsored by BAS Roofing and Gregg Simpson Trucking.

For more information, please visit www.cityofukiah.com/letitglow or e-mail mdavison@cityofukiah.com.


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2 COMMENTS

  1. Just a few months ago, we were encouraged to turn down the AC to protect the grid.
    And buy an electric car.
    The lights are enchanting, but we seem a little confused about real-world priorities.

    • Running Xmas lights at night is not even remotely comparable to an AC running all day when it comes to power consumption. Get in the spirit of the season, Grinch!

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