Consumers Energy will be teaming up with law enforcement, business and community leaders in Saginaw this week to promote safe neighborhoods and a united community through the spring and summer during Light Up the City.
During the 13-week campaign, community members will walk door to door and encourage residents to turn on their porch lights. Consumers Energy’s Helping Neighbors program will provide free compact fluorescent light bulbs to residents. TV NEWS REPORT: ABC 12
- Consumers Energy will join the Michigan State Police, the City of Saginaw Police and the United Way of Saginaw County
- The Helping Neighbors program has provided free home energy assessments, energy-saving products and services to more than 20,000 Michigan residents since 2011.
Learn more about Light Up the City at www.lightupthecitysaginaw.com or follow @LightUpTheCityS and use #LightUpTheCitySaginaw on Twitter. Learn more about Helping Neighbors at www.ConsumersHelpingNeighbors.com or by calling (877) 448-9433.