Federal Way Link Extension Construction Updates Through Dec. 22

December 3, 2020 — As work continues on the Federal Way Link Extension, a project of Sound Transit, here’s what City of SeaTac residents can expect in the weeks to come: Upcoming Traffic Impacts There will be single lane closures on S. 208th Street east of International Blvd. (SR-99) from 7 AM to 4 PM until December […]

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Thanksgiving Service Reminder from Recology King County

Recology King County, the garbage, food and yard waste, and recycling hauler for the City of SeaTac, does not provide service on the Thanksgiving Holiday. Customers who normally receive service on Thursdays will have collection on Friday, November 27, and customers who normally receive service on Fridays will have collection on Saturday, November 28. Happy […]

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Announcing the SeaTac “Get Your Green On” Challenge

November 19, 2020 — The Get Your Green On Challenge is a new, sustainable living challenge hosted by the City of SeaTac and our partners at Forterra. Starting November 20, we want SeaTac residents to submit photos or videos of themselves participating in a sustainable activity. SeaTac residents are invited to post on social media […]

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Federal Way Link Extension Construction Updates, Oct. 30, 2020

October 30, 2020 — As work continues on the Federal Way Link Extension, a project of Sound Transit, here’s what City of SeaTac residents can expect in the weeks to come: Upcoming Traffic Impacts Single lane closure on S. 208th Street, east of International Blvd (SR-99) from 7 AM – 4 PM on November 2-3 […]

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Secure Your Load While On the Road

October 20, 2020 — The King County Solid Waste Division, the Washington State Department of Ecology, and the City of SeaTac encourage all residents to take the time to properly secure their loads when driving to improve road safety, avoid fees, and prevent litter. A recent study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found […]

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SeaTac and King County Flood Control District Team Up to Battle Urban Flooding

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 15, 2020 SEATAC, Wash. — SeaTac Deputy Mayor Peter Kwon will receive a $320,000 grant check from King County Councilmember Dave Upthegrove, who is also the Chair of the King County Flood Control District, on October 16, 2020. The grant will fund a storm drainage project in the urban core of […]

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Take the SeaTac Pedestrian Safety Survey

October 14, 2020 — The City of SeaTac is studying the International Boulevard/State Route 99 corridor to identify pedestrian safety projects along this road from South 152nd Street to South 216th Street, and we’d love your feedback! Please take our survey to help make SeaTac a safer, more walkable community. This survey closes November 8, […]

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State Route 99 weekend closure between South 204th and South 208th streets

October 13, 2020 — Crews working on the Federal Way Link Extension will close all lanes of SR 99 between S. 204th and S. 208th streets during the weekend of Oct. 16 through Oct. 19. This work may be delayed if bad weather occurs. What: Weekend closure of Highway 99. Crews will be installing drainage […]

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SeaTac Fall Recycling Event – New Location

October 12, 2020 — The City of SeaTac is happy to announce that we will be hosting a recycling event for all King County residents at the North SeaTac Park north parking lot. Materials to be collected are: shredding, scrap metal, porcelain, motor oil, anti-freeze, Styrofoam, plastic bags, batteries, CFL light bulbs, household goods, and […]

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Traffic Alert: Airport Tunnel Maintenance

October 9-Starting Monday, October 12 through Wednesday, October 14, the Port of Seattle will be conducting routine maintenance of the Airport Tunnel located along S. 188th Street between 28th Avenue South and 16th Avenue South. The crews will need to shut down one lane in each direction for the duration of the three-day project. This […]

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