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”

Preschool Grads Receive Special Ceremony

June 19-On Thursday, June 18, the SeaTac’s ABC…123 Preschool held its annual graduation for those students moving on to Kindergarten next fall.  Teacher Nina Zacharias has stayed in touch with the families over the last few months and wanted the students to be celebrated for their accomplishments.   Of course, a traditional graduation was not possible. Continue reading “Preschool Grads Receive Special Ceremony”

Community Center Gets New Doors

June 12-When the SeaTac Community Center reopens to the public, the entrance will have new automatic doors.  These doors, which were completed on June 9,  will make it easier for people with mobility issues to access the Center and not having to use a door handle will decrease the amount of shared germs.   These doorsContinue reading “Community Center Gets New Doors”

SeaTac Art Attack Yard Art Contest Launches

SeaTac, WA (June 10, 2020) –  The City of SeaTac Parks, Community Programs & Services has partnered with a SeaTac based non-profit, Vibe Hunters, to launch the first ever City Yard Art Contest. Yard Art is defined as any man-made aesthetic experience occurring in a private yard or garden, as well as those found inContinue reading “SeaTac Art Attack Yard Art Contest Launches”

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”

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”

Senior Meals Expansion

May 8- The Parks, Community Programs and Services Department is happy to announce an expansion to the meals available for seniors.   Since the temporary closure of the Community Center, senior program staff have continued to serve an expanding Meals on Wheels program and in partnership with SeaTac Police, have worked with the Food Innovation NetworkContinue reading “Senior Meals Expansion”

Cold Water Safety Tips

May 8-With the reopening of the fishing season, the easing of stay-at-home orders across the Pacific Northwest, and the upcoming warm weekend boaters and paddlers need to be mindful of cold-water safety and the importance of wearing a life jacket. It may be over 75 degrees this weekend, but the water is COLD! Many drowningContinue reading “Cold Water Safety Tips”

Parks Status Update – Updated May 6, 2020

May 6-Park hours are from dawn until dusk unless specified differently below. Angle Lake Park – Park gates will be open by 7:00 AM.  Gates, parking lot, and fishing dock open.  Restrooms, picnic shelters, and playgrounds will remain closed. Des Moines Creek Park – Trail and trailhead open.  Parking lot open. Grandview Dog Park –Continue reading “Parks Status Update – Updated May 6, 2020”

Earth Day 2020

April 22-Local hero, Dennis Hayes, is credited with the starting Earth Day 50 years ago as a way to help save planet Earth from environmental destruction. The annual event inspires countless actions every year, and today, the City of SeaTac is proud to report on the steps we’ve taken during the last year to helpContinue reading “Earth Day 2020”