Inslee extends ‘Stay Home, Stay Healthy’ through May 4

April 2-Gov. Jay Inslee announced a month-long extension of his “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” emergency order Thursday evening. The order, which banned all gatherings and temporarily shuttered non-essential businesses, will continue through May 4. “Epidemiological modeling from the University of Washington predicts we will have at least 1,400 deaths this year,” Inslee said. “We are yet toContinue reading “Inslee extends ‘Stay Home, Stay Healthy’ through May 4”

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”

Census Day Is Here – Make It Count!

April 1, 2020 – Today is Census Day, the day that determines who is counted in the 2020 Census and where they are counted. The U.S. Constitution mandates a census of the population every 10 years. Responding to the 2020 Census is easy, safe and important, and is key to shaping the future of communities. Census statistics areContinue reading “Census Day Is Here – Make It Count!”

Governor Inslee announces the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order.

March 23-Gov. Jay Inslee has issued a Stay at Home, Stay Healthy order in Washington state which will be effective for a minimum of two weeks. The order requires every Washingtonian to stay at home, except for people: Pursuing an essential activity, like shopping for groceries or going to a medical appointment. Getting takeout food. (Food deliveries alsoContinue reading “Governor Inslee announces the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order.”

U.S. Census Bureau Director Steven Dillingham on Operational Updates

MARCH 18, 2020 — Less than one week ago, the 2020 Census fully kicked off, and invitations continue to arrive in mailboxes across the nation.  As of this morning, more than eleven million households have responded. America is stepping up to shape our future and ensure families and communities are counted. Beginning today, in support of guidance on what weContinue reading “U.S. Census Bureau Director Steven Dillingham on Operational Updates”

City Facilities Temporarily Close to Public

March 13- Starting Monday, March 16, the City decided to close all City Facilities to the public. The public closure effects: City Hall Community Center Valley Ridge Community/Teen Center Maintenance Facility All City parks will be closed and gates at the park will be locked. The Parks Department will be closing all City park restrooms.Continue reading “City Facilities Temporarily Close to Public”

City of SeaTac COVID-19 Update

March 6-The City of SeaTac continues to monitor the latest developments with COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Since the initial case was discovered in King County, City leadership has met several times to collect facts and determine the next steps forward for the City. The City is making its decisions based on facts from Public Health Seattle KingContinue reading “City of SeaTac COVID-19 Update”

City Staff Celebrates 30 Years of Cityhood

February 27-City of SeaTac staff celebrated the 1990 founding of the City with a retro party. On Thursday, February 27, the City Council Chambers was transformed into a 1990 gala space complete with old-school videos games, 1990’s trivia, a selfie station and of course cake. Some staff dressed in their 1990 gear to celebrate theContinue reading “City Staff Celebrates 30 Years of Cityhood”

Census 2020

February 28- During the week of March 12, residents in SeaTac will begin receiving Census forms. It is important that each resident fill out the form completely. Over the next couple of months, multiple communities in South King County are hosting events in order to ensure everyone gets counted. Our next door neighbor, City ofContinue reading “Census 2020”

2019 Novel Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID-19)

There has been several developments in the 2019 Novel Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID-19). To learn the latest information click on the links below: Washington State Department of Commerce Washington State Department of Health Public Health Seattle & King County Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Port of Seattle