New Councilmembers Sworn In

January 14-The SeaTac City Clerk swore in four Councilmembers at the first Regular Council Meeting of the year. Returning Councilmembers Erin Sitterley and Peter Kwon took the oath of office along with newcomers Senayet Negusse and Takele Gobena. Shortly after the swearing in ceremony, Mayor Erin Sitterley was selected to a second term of office.Continue reading “New Councilmembers Sworn In”

Puget Sound Fire Recap December 29, 2019- January 4, 2020

JANUARY 10- Puget Sound Fire is encouraging residents to be prepared for Winter Storms. For more information click on the link for Take Winter by Storm. 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: 550EMS/Rescue: 443False Call: 30Fire:Continue reading “Puget Sound Fire Recap December 29, 2019- January 4, 2020”

Alert SeaTac Police Officer Catches Suspected Pizza Robber

JANUARY 10-On December 30, 2019, a pizza parlor in White Center was robbed.  During the robbery, an employee was assaulted. In the days following this crime, suspect information was developed, including a name and vehicle description. A bulletin was created and distributed to King County Sheriff’s Office personnel. On Friday, January 3, SeaTac Police OfficerContinue reading “Alert SeaTac Police Officer Catches Suspected Pizza Robber”

Puget Sound Fire Launches CPR/AED/First Aid Classes

Puget Sound Fire is partnering with Renton Regional Fire Authority and Valley Regional Fire Authority to expand our CPR/AED/First Aid training to the community. This program is designed for: Training Personal knowledge Employee mandated certification This program has the training and standardized curriculum to provide you the skills you need. Enhancements to our program include:Continue reading “Puget Sound Fire Launches CPR/AED/First Aid Classes”

Community Garden Registration is Open

JANUARY 3, 2020-Registration is now open for SeaTac residents to reserve a plot in our very popular SeaTac Community Garden. Last year, almost all of the plots were full. Single plots are available for $40 each. Second plots can be rented starting March 1, if available. Non-SeaTac residents can reserve a plot, beginning March 5,Continue reading “Community Garden Registration is Open”

Grate Keepers Grab Your Rakes

JANUARY 3, 2020-Now that winter is upon us, residents should prepare for cold temperatures as well as rain and wind. These weather conditions send leaves, branches and other organic debris into our streets, curbs, ditches and storm drains/grates. Our Public Works Maintenance crew works hard to remove the debris after each storm event, but theyContinue reading “Grate Keepers Grab Your Rakes”

Puget Sound Fire Incident Recap from December 22-28, 2019

JANUARY 3, 2020-Puget Sound Fire’s (PSF) weekly Incident Summary from December 22- December 28, 2019. Each week, PSF will post the number of emergency responses for the previous week (Sunday to Saturday) along with the year-to-date total. Total: 543EMS/Rescue: 422False Call: 48Fire: 15Good Intent: 39Hazardous Conditions: 5Service: 12Other: 2Annual Total: 29,255 With the start ofContinue reading “Puget Sound Fire Incident Recap from December 22-28, 2019”

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

Community Meeting for Parks, Recreation & Open Space Plan JANUARY 3, 2019-The Parks, Community Programs and Services Department hired Berk Consulting to work on the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan and we would like to hear your ideas. If you want to learn more about your parks system and/or make suggestions on how yourContinue reading “WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!”