June is LGBTQ Month

June 23-At the Regular Council meeting, Mayor Erin Sitterley issued a proclamation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Pride Month for the City of SeaTac.  The Mayor proclaimed June 2020 as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Pride Month; and encouraged all community residents to fight discrimination and prejudice wherever it exists and toContinue reading “June is LGBTQ Month”

City Council Chooses Stanley Tombs as New Councilmember

June 17-During a Special Council Meeting tonight, the SeaTac City Council appointed Stanley Tombs, Jr. to fill vacant Council Position # 2 and complete the current unexpired term. The appointment took place after the Council reviewed seven applicants who previously applied and interviewed for a vacant council position in October of 2018. In June, CouncilmemberContinue reading “City Council Chooses Stanley Tombs as New Councilmember”

City Council to Choose New Councilmember

June 15—The SeaTac City Council will be choosing a new councilmember to fill the Position #2 seat vacated by former Councilmember Joel Wachtel. The Council will be holding a Virtual Special Council Meeting on Wednesday, June 17 at 5 PM to discuss the issue. The City Council will recess into an executive session to reviewContinue reading “City Council to Choose New Councilmember”

SeaTac Mayor Statement on George Floyd Death, Protests and Police Officers

SeaTac, WA (June 3, 2020) –  The loss of an American life at the hands of evil and lawless men is an event that should be mourned and cause people of good will to say “never again”.  George Floyd was a member of our American family, a life that mattered deeply, each and every oneContinue reading “SeaTac Mayor Statement on George Floyd Death, Protests and Police Officers”

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”

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”

City Issues Proclamations on Sexual Assault, Discrimination, and Military Appreciation

May 1- On Tuesday, April 28, SeaTac Mayor Erin Sitterley issued three proclamations on behalf of the City Council at the Regular Council Meeting which was held virtually. The first proclaimed April 2020, as Sexual Assault Awareness Month in SeaTac. The second proclaimed discrimination of any kind will never be welcome in SeaTac and allContinue reading “City Issues Proclamations on Sexual Assault, Discrimination, and Military Appreciation”

Mayor COVID-19 Message

April 3- Today Mayor Erin Sitterley addressed the 29 thousand residents of the City with a message about COVID-19 and how the City is responding. Below is the complete message from the Mayor. Click here to view the message. Mayor Erin Sitterley COVID-19 City Address April 3, 2020 Greetings to the good people of SeaTac. Continue reading “Mayor COVID-19 Message”

City Celebrates Census Day

April 1-We mark Census Day, April 1, to celebrate our community coming together to show its strength. Census Day is observed nationwide. By this date, every home will receive an invitation to participate in the 2020 Census. Once the invitation arrives, you should respond for your home in one of three ways: online, by phone,Continue reading “City Celebrates Census Day”