Puget Sound Fire Emergency Incident Recap February 9-15

The weekly Incident Summary 2/9/2020 – 2/15/2020Each week we will post the number of emergency responses for the previous week (Sunday to Saturday) along with the year-to-date total. Total: 549EMS/Rescue 426False Call 40Fire: 17Good Intent: 41Hazardous Conditions: 11                                                                                  Service: 11Other: 3 Annual Total: 3580

S. 200th Street On-Ramp Closure

Road crews will be closing the South 200th Street On-Ramp to SB I-5 starting at 10:00 PM on Friday February 21 until 6:00 PM on Saturday, February 22. The crews will be adding metering to the on-ramp. A detour will be in place to redirect drivers. Drivers should avoid taking this route during this timeContinue reading “S. 200th Street On-Ramp Closure”

Tunnel Lane Closures

Lane Closures in S. 188th Street Tunnel on February 20-21 As part of the Port of Seattle ongoing maintenance of its facilities, the westbound and eastbound left lanes in the S. 188th Street tunnel will be closed between the hours of 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM on Thursday and Friday, February 20 and 21. TheContinue reading “Tunnel Lane Closures”

Public Works Active Projects February 14, 2020

Military Road South and South 152nd Street Improvements for this road reconstruction and safety project include construction of bike lanes, curbs and gutters, sidewalks, new pavement, installation of street lighting, upgraded and interconnected signalization with pedestrian crossings, construction of a right turn lane on Eastbound South 152nd Street, and the elimination of the skewed intersectionContinue reading “Public Works Active Projects February 14, 2020”

Learn About SeaTac Police

On Thursday February 13, SeaTac Police Department’s Street Crimes Detectives made a presentation to a Criminal Justice class at Bellevue College. Detectives spoke with more than 20 students about law enforcement work and the path to become a law enforcement officer in Washington State. The main focus of the presentation was the correlation between today’sContinue reading “Learn About SeaTac Police”

SeaTac Police Stop Sign Emphasis Patrols

January 31-Continuing efforts in traffic safety and in response to community concerns, the SeaTac Police Department Traffic Unit is planning an emphasis regarding Stop Sign compliance.  The emphasis will be conducted on Tuesday, February 4, during the late morning/early afternoon hours.  The area of focus for this emphasis will be the intersection of South 180thContinue reading “SeaTac Police Stop Sign Emphasis Patrols”

Abandoned Homeless Camps and Bicycle Jumps at Des Moines Creek Park Cleaned Up

In late December, the Port of Seattle alerted  SeaTac Parks, Community Programs & Services about a couple of abandoned homeless camps within a remote location of Des Moines Creek Park. Due to the nature of items discovered at each camp and safety of parks employees, staff contacted King County Solid Waste Division. King County SolidContinue reading “Abandoned Homeless Camps and Bicycle Jumps at Des Moines Creek Park Cleaned Up”

Citizen Advisory Committee Vacancies – Applications are being accepted

Want to be more involved with the City of SeaTac? Want to provide a valuable service to your community, and be more informed about City business? Let your voice be heard! Consider joining a Citizen Advisory Committee The following Citizen Advisory Committees have vacancies, with applications due Friday, February 28, 2020 by 5:00 p.m.: CommunityContinue reading “Citizen Advisory Committee Vacancies – Applications are being accepted”