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. 

90,000+

streetlights replaced

LUMA has repaired or replaced streetlights in 43 municipalities throughout the island since launching our FEMA-funded Community Streetlight Initiative in July 2022.

  • Aguada
  • Aibonito
  • Aguadilla
  • Arecibo
  • Barceloneta
  • Bayamón
  • Caguas
  • Cataño
  • Cayey
  • Corazal
  • Dorado
  • Florida
  • Guánica
  • Guayama
  • Gurabo
  • Germán 
  • Guayama
  • Gurabo
  • Hatillo
  • Hormigueros
  • Juana Díaz
  • Las Marías
  • Lajas
  • Luquillo
  • Manatí
  • Maricao
  • Maunabo
  • Mayagüez 
  • Ponce
  • San Juan
  • Toa Alta 
  • Trujillo Alto
  • Utuado 
  • Villalba
  • Yabucoa 

In addition, our crews are performing assessments of existing streetlights in 40 municipalities, identifying future locations where repairs and replacements are necessary. 

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

LUMA streetlight map