Fireworks Prohibited in SeaTac

July 3–The City of SeaTac wants you and your family to have a safe and happy 4th of July holiday weekend. In order to keep everyone and their property safe, fireworks are prohibited in the City of SeaTac. To learn more click on this Puget Sound Fire link. To learn more about King County burnContinue reading “Fireworks Prohibited in SeaTac”

SeaTac Police Make Marijuana Bust

July 3-On July 1, Detective Frazier of the SeaTac Street Crimes Unit observed activity occurring in the SeaTac grocery store parking lot that appeared narcotics related.  Further investigation led to the seizure of a moving van believed to contain a large amount of marijuana, along with an SUV.  As the investigation continued, detectives discovered thatContinue reading “SeaTac Police Make Marijuana Bust”

Apply by July 10 for a King County Small Business Assistance Grant

July 2-King County Local Services is helping small businesses in unincorporated areas receive funds through the county’s Small Business Assistance Program. If you own a small business in unincorporated King County and you meet basic eligibility criteria, you can apply for a Small Business Assistance Grant. To be eligible, a business must: Be active andContinue reading “Apply by July 10 for a King County Small Business Assistance Grant”

McMicken Heights Recognized for Continuous Improvement for Black Students

1 of 31 Schools in State to be Part of Study June 30- Congratulations to the administration, staff and community of McMicken Heights Elementary School for being recognized by The Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE) for continuous improvement for Black students. McMicken Elementary School was selected from over 2,200 individual schools across Washington state asContinue reading “McMicken Heights Recognized for Continuous Improvement for Black Students”

Family Fourth of July – Cancelled for 2020

July 2-For the first time, the Parks, Community Programs & Services cancelled the Family Fourth of July out of concern for public safety and to comply with Governor Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy and Safe Start orders. Traditionally, thousands of parkgoers would gather at Angle Lake Park to celebrate and watch a safe professional fireworksContinue reading “Family Fourth of July – Cancelled for 2020”

SeaTac Distributes Thousands of Free Masks to Those in Need

June 30-The City of SeaTac has already distributed nearly half of the 8,000 free personal protective equipment (PPE) masks it received from King County this month. The City is working with local partners on a variety of ways to distribute the masks. The City plans more distributions over the coming weeks. The City’s Emergency ManagerContinue reading “SeaTac Distributes Thousands of Free Masks to Those in Need”

Fares on many ST Express bus routes to resume July 1; flat fare to be implemented systemwide

June 17-Sound Transit is planning a July 1 resumption of fares on ST Express bus routes that have returned to front-door boarding with the installation of health barriers and other protections for operator safety. A new system-wide flat fare will align with other regional agencies, irrespective of trip distances.  “Fares are important for funding ourContinue reading “Fares on many ST Express bus routes to resume July 1; flat fare to be implemented systemwide”

King County Sheriff’s Office Memorial

June 26-On December 2nd, 2016 the King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) unveiled a memorial honoring the 18 members of our department who lost their lives in the line of duty since the founding of the KCSO in 1853. Today, on the anniversary of the passing of Sergeant Samuel A. Hicks, we want to take aContinue reading “King County Sheriff’s Office Memorial”

Car Thieves Strike Again

June 26-King County sheriff’s Office continues to see cars being stolen as they are warming up or left running in front of homes. On June 18, a deputy was dispatched to a vehicle theft which had occurred near the 18800 BLK of 33 AVE S in SeaTac. The owner explained he had left his vehicleContinue reading “Car Thieves Strike Again”

Build an Emergency Kit

June 26-As we know, earthquakes and other natural disasters can strike at any time. We always encourage people to put together a good emergency kit that will allow your family to survive several days on your own. Water is a critical part of any plan to prepare for emergencies, disasters, etc. After a disaster, cleanContinue reading “Build an Emergency Kit”