Trail is outlining the installation schedule for the LED Cobra Head street lights.
Crews have already put in the energy efficient and brighter bulbs in the downtown and will work through Glenmerry and Sunningdale this month and February.
Utilities Superintendent Chris McIsaac says installing lights on the City owned poles – the metal ones – is simpler than the wooden FortisBC poles.
The City intends to replace all of the approximately 900 High pressure sodium streets lights – completing the switch in Miral Heights, East and West Trail and on any remaining poles by 2016.
The project is estimated to save Trail about 21 thousand dollars of energy costs a year over time.