Optogenetic tools offer unprecedented ways to control cellular behavior in a precise and spatiotemporal manner. The integration of light-regulated systems into synthetic biology would drastically increase the level of control and open up a way for creative and innovative applications. However, current light modular systems have a variety of serious drawbacks, such as low dynamic range, slow response time, lack of portability, and a lack of parts. What is more, it is possible to modulate bacteria dynamics only at the transcriptional level. To address these shortcomings and open new avenues in bacteria regulation, we decided to develop our project “Colight” - a multi-level collection of optogenetic tools for modular bacteria control. Our newly developed systems fulfill the gaps in optogenetic bacteria control in transcription regulation and open up a possibility of light control expression dynamics in plasmid copy number and post-translational levels.