Trees for Yards – Trees for Communities – Trees for YOU

January 24-Did you know 50% of the tree cover in SeaTac, Des Moines and Burien grows in yards and on private land? Protecting and helping increase tree cover starts at home. In support of this, residents in Burien, SeaTac and Des Moines are eligible to receive one free tree (per household) to plant in their […]

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SeaTac Police Emphasis Patrols

January 24- As part of the SeaTac Police Department’s ongoing effort to increase safety along City roadways, the SeaTac officers will be conducting a traffic emphasis on Wednesday, January 29.  This emphasis will occur primarily along International Boulevard South.  Enforcement efforts will be focused on inattentive and distracted driving that is related to the use […]

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Puget Sound Fire Emergency Response Recap January 12-18, 2020

Each week Puget Sound Fire will post the number of emergency responses for the previous week (Sunday to Saturday) along with the year-to-date total. Total: 533EMS/Rescue: 422False Call: 33Fire: 13Good Intent: 39Hazardous Conditions: 13Service: 11Other: 2 Annual Total: 1,417 Puget Sound Fire reminds residents that a closed door helps limit fire spread.

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Sound Transit Federal Way Link Extension

January 22-On Wednesday, January 22, City Manager Carl Cole, Deputy Mayor Peter Kwon and Councilmember Clyde Hill attended a ceremonial signing at the Angle Lake Light Rail Station. Acting Federal Transportation Administration (FTA) Administrator K. Jane Williams, Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff and King County Executive Dow Constantine were also on hand to ceremonially sign […]

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Have a Day-On and Restore Angle Lake Park

This year for MLK Day take a day on and join the Green SeaTac Partnership for a fun morning of restoration! We’ll be removing invasive weeds to make room for trees and native plants to thrive in Angle Lake Park. Everyone can help! All ages are welcome and no experience is necessary. We provide all of the […]

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SeaTac Disaster Skills Training

King County is prone to many hazards, and when one happens many services we rely on will be overwhelmed. It may be difficult for residents to travel or communicate. Residents need to be prepared to be self-sufficient during these times. Understanding of disaster skills is critical to being prepared. This training will provide an overview […]

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Puget Sound Fire Hosts Free Future Women in EMS/Fire Workshop

Puget Sound Fire is proud announce that they will be hosting the upcoming Future Women in Emergency Medical Services (EMS)/Fire workshop scheduled for April 25-26, 2020 from 9 AM – 5 PM. Puget Sound Fire and other fire agencies are searching for women in King County, age 18 or older, who are passionate about public […]

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Experience the Joy of Donating Blood in 2020

The City of SeaTac is supporting a Bloodworks Northwest Blood Drive at SeaTac City Hall. The weather isn’t “snowmageddon” like last year, but our community’s blood supply is at emergency levels right now and we need more help. Snowy conditions have caused the cancellation of drives and appointments resulting in a dangerously low inventory dip. All types […]

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Meat Cleaver Robbers Caught

On December 5, 2019, a SeaTac resident was walking along South 176th Street, carrying bags after recently shopping.  As the man walked, he was approached by a male and a female.  When the couple got close, the male produced a large meat cleaver and demanded the victim hand over the bags.  The victim refused and […]

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