Community Streetlight Initiative

LUMA Community Streetlight initiative (CSI) is Puerto Rico’s first transmission and distribution reconstruction project approved by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This first-of-its-kind initiative represents a total investment of $1 billion, funded entirely by FEMA, dedicated to installing over 300,000 new streetlights in all 78 municipalities across Puerto Rico. 

115,000+

streetlights replaced

LUMA has repaired or replaced streetlights in 53 municipalities throughout the island since launching our FEMA-funded Community Streetlight Initiative in July 2022.

This project has three phases and is expected to take approximately three years:

Phase 1 – Replace the lights, photocells, arms and fittings of the existing streetlights. This phase does not include pole replacement.

Phase 2 – Replacement of secondary poles without joint use.

Phase 3 – Replacement of secondary poles with joint use.

Use this interactive map to see the Initative’s progress by region or municipality.

LUMA’s Community Streetlight Initiative has impacted the following municipalities:

  • Aguada
  • Aguadilla
  • Aibonito
  • Arecibo
  • Barceloneta
  • Bayamón
  • Cabo Rojo
  • Caguas
  • Camuy
  • Canóvanas
  • Carolina
  • Cataño
  • Cayey
  • Ceiba
  • Coamo
  • Corozal
  • Dorado
  • Florida
  • Guánica
  • Guayama
  • Guaynabo
  • Gurabo
  • Hatillo
  • Hormigueros
  • Humacao
  • Isabela
  • Juana Díaz
  • Juncos
  • Lajas
  • Las Marías
  • Las Piedras
  • Loíza
  • Luquillo
  • Manatí
  • Maricao
  • Maunabo
  • Mayagüez
  • Morovis
  • Naranjito
  • Ponce
  • Río Grande
  • San Germán
  • San Juan
  • San Sebastián
  • Santa Isabel
  • Toa Alta 
  • Toa Baja
  • Trujillo Alto
  • Utuado
  • Vega Baja
  • Vieques
  • Villalba
  • Yabucoa

Also, our crews continue to carry out assessments of existing streetlights in the rest of the municipalities to identify specific points where repairs and replacements need to be made as part of the next phases.

This initiative is a historic undertaking to improve safety, increase energy efficiency and brighten our communities across Puerto Rico. 

Not all streetlights in Puerto Rico are LUMA’s responsibility.

LUMA is not responsible for all streetlights. Puerto Rico’s inventory of streetlights includes decorative streetlights that can be owned by municipalities or private entities. Also, there are streetlights across highways operated by the Department of Transportation and Public Works and other agencies.