Speeding Driver Leads to Recovery of Stolen Car

May 29-Tuesday morning, May 26, a SeaTac Police Officer conducting speed enforcement clocked a car traveling 56 MPH in a 35 MPH zone and initiated a traffic stop near the intersection of S. 182nd St. & 51st Ave. S. in SeaTac. The deputy approached the vehicle and asked the driver to turn off the car,Continue reading “Speeding Driver Leads to Recovery of Stolen Car”

SeaTac Police Seek Armed Robber

May 29-On Sunday, May 24, around 10:05 PM, the male pictured robbed the 76 Gas Station in SeaTac at the 19900 BLK International Blvd S. Can you help us identify him? The suspect is described as about 6 feet tall, wearing a mask and latex gloves. The suspect pointed a handgun at the victim/clerk demandingContinue reading “SeaTac Police Seek Armed Robber”

SeaTac Police Recover Stolen Fiat 500

May 29-On May 19, a SeaTac Police Officer drove by a residence that has associations with narcotics, stolen property and numerous stolen vehicles.  Upon driving by, the officer saw a vehicle that appeared might be stolen, based upon a few indicators.  Additionally, the officer saw a vehicle belonging to a subject known to have warrants. Continue reading “SeaTac Police Recover Stolen Fiat 500”

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month Proclamation

May 26- At the beginning of the Tuesday Regular Council Meeting, Mayor Erin Sitterley declared May, 2020 as Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month and asked the City of SeaTac to celebrate by calling upon SeaTac residents to honor SeaTac’s Asian/Pacific Americans and learn more about the history of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. The full textContinue reading “Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month Proclamation”

Memorial Day at the SeaTac Veterans Memorial

May 25-On Memorial Day, SeaTac residents paid their respects to those who served the country by stopping by the SeaTac Veterans Memorial. The SeaTac Veterans Memorial pays tribute to men and women military veterans of the past and present for their service. The memorial incorporates engraved paver tiles as a lasting way to remember ourContinue reading “Memorial Day at the SeaTac Veterans Memorial”

SeaTac City Councilmember Joel Wachtel Steps Down from Council Seat

  SeaTac, WA (May 27, 2020) – During the May 26, 2020 Regular Council Meeting, SeaTac City Councilmember Joel Wachtel (Position 2) announced he was stepping down effective May 31, 2020.  “I have to say, that the time I spent on the Council has been a wonderful time and I am proud of what weContinue reading “SeaTac City Councilmember Joel Wachtel Steps Down from Council Seat”

Reduced Fare Options will Accompany June 1 Reintroduction of Fares on Link and Sounder

Recovery Fares to be offered through June 30 during promotion of ORCA LIFT to riders experiencing financial hardships; campaign will emphasize face coverings directive May 18-Effective June 1, Sound Transit will offer temporarily reduced Recovery Fares in response to the economic impact of COVID-19 as the agency re-introduces fares on Link light rail and Sounder.Continue reading “Reduced Fare Options will Accompany June 1 Reintroduction of Fares on Link and Sounder”

City Manager Speaks at Chamber Virtual Resiliency Summit to help our Local Economy Recover

May 22-In the midst of so much uncertainty in today’s economy, as businesses and communities attempt to navigate an increasingly volatile and changing market, the Seattle Southside Chamber has planned a gathering of industry experts and economists to help sift through the data at the PNW Resiliency Virtual Summit on June 24, 2020. This eventContinue reading “City Manager Speaks at Chamber Virtual Resiliency Summit to help our Local Economy Recover”

Puget Sound Fire Weekly Incident Summary for May 10-16

May 22-Puget Sound Fire Weekly Incident Summary for May 10-16: Total:                   551 EMS/Rescue:       422 False Call:              37 Fire :                     15 Good Intent:      56 Hazardous Condition:  7 Service:                13 Other:                   1 Annual Total Year-to-Date:  10,495 This week is national EMS Week! Did you know King County has a nationally renowned EmergencyContinue reading “Puget Sound Fire Weekly Incident Summary for May 10-16”

Memorial Day Flag Lowering

May 22-The flags at SeaTac Government Facilities will be lowered Memorial Day weekend. Governor Inslee has ordered that all Washington State and United States flags at all state agency facilities be lowered to half-staff on Monday, May 25, 2020, in recognition of Memorial Day. This federal holiday is in remembrance of the people who diedContinue reading “Memorial Day Flag Lowering”