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”

SeaTac Helps Disabled Man with Food

April 1- SeaTac officers were called to a financial facility where a man was facing difficulties. Upon arrival, officers learned the developmentally disabled man needed food but his account was overdrawn. When SeaTac officers heard the man’s story, they took up a quick collection and made sure the man was able to buy himself food.Continue reading “SeaTac Helps Disabled Man with Food”

SeaTac House Fire

March 29- Puget Sound Firefighters responded to a house fire on Sunday, March 29 in the 2400 block of S. 146th Street. The 911 caller reported food on the stove caught fire. When firefighters arrived, all the occupants of the home had safely evacuated. The stove fire spread to the garage at the home. FirefightersContinue reading “SeaTac House Fire”

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”

King County reducing density in shelters by moving nearly 400 people to hotels; and Public Health—Seattle & King County announces 175 new cases for April 2, 2020

King County continues to reduce shelter concentrations by moving nearly 400 people to hotels In a continuing effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus and prevent the transmission of illness through the homeless shelter population, King County has negotiated with three local hotels to serve as temporary shelter locations for people experiencing homelessness. ThisContinue reading “King County reducing density in shelters by moving nearly 400 people to hotels; and Public Health—Seattle & King County announces 175 new cases for April 2, 2020”

ST to temporarily reduce service further on Link and ST Express routes serving Pierce and King counties

Reductions reflect reduced staffing availability April 3-Because of reduced staffing availability to operate service, Sound Transit will introduce additional service reductions on Link and on ST Express routes operated by Pierce Transit and King County Metro starting Monday, April 6. The further service reductions also reflect an 85 percent system-wide reduction in ridership, with LinkContinue reading “ST to temporarily reduce service further on Link and ST Express routes serving Pierce and King counties”

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!”

“Broken Heart” Wins Award

The Parks, Community Programs and Services Department would like to congratulate Abraham Mora for winning the 2020 SeaTac Youth Art Award.   Community Center staff work annually with local high school art teachers to submit art pieces into the regional high school art competition hosted by the Puget Sound Educational Service District.   Abraham, is pictured hereContinue reading ““Broken Heart” Wins Award”

COVID-19 Community Response Fund

On March 10, 2020, the King County Council approved a suite of emergency legislation proposed by King County Executive Dow Constantine to aid in the county’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The final package included $1 million for the Office of Equity and Social Justice (OESJ) to provide flexible resources for engagement and outreach toContinue reading “COVID-19 Community Response Fund”