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”
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”
March 17 – Our Conversations with Youth session as been postponed due the COVID-19. We will reschedule at a later date.
January 31- SeaTac Councilmember Clyde Hill joined Representative Tina Orwall, Normandy Park Deputy Mayor Michelle Sipes Marvin and Highline College students and officials with an official ribbon cutting ceremony of the Health and Life Sciences Building. The $30 million project is the college’s first significant capital project in more than a decade and will houseContinue reading “Highline College Ribbon Cutting”
January 22-On Wednesday, January 22, City Manager Carl Cole, Deputy Mayor Peter Kwon and Councilmember Clyde Hill attended a ceremonial signing at the Angle Lake Light Rail Station. Acting Federal Transportation Administration (FTA) Administrator K. Jane Williams, Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff and King County Executive Dow Constantine were also on hand to ceremonially signContinue reading “Sound Transit Federal Way Link Extension”
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”
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 accepted until positions are filled: · Community Services Advisory CommitteeContinue reading “Citizen Advisory Committee Vacancies – Applications Are Being Accepted”
DECEMBER 26–The Sound Cities Association (SCA) made its 2020 appointments to Regional Board and Committees for elected officials, as approved by the SCA Board. the SCA is composed of all cities in King County except Seattle. According to it’s website the Mission of SCA is to provide leadership through advocacy, education, mutual support and networking toContinue reading “Sound Cities Association 2020 Appointments”