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

Pedestrian Safety Focus of SeaTac PD

February 28-The SeaTac Police Department’s Traffic Unit will be conducting another emphasis next week, focusing on pedestrian safety.  On Wednesday, March 4, SeaTac PD Traffic Units will be watching the crosswalks along International Boulevard South.  They will be contacting drivers who drive through crosswalks while they are occupied by pedestrians.  Washington Law requires drivers stopContinue reading “Pedestrian Safety Focus of SeaTac PD”

Grocery Store Shoplifting Crackdown

February 28- On Sunday, February 23, SeaTac Police supported a shoplifting emphasis at a SeaTac grocery store on Military Road South.  Five suspected shoplifters were questioned by store security and SeaTac Police Officers made three arrests for suspected shoplifting. In total, $629 worth of stolen merchandise was recovered.  The Asset Protection Manager for the storeContinue reading “Grocery Store Shoplifting Crackdown”

Retired City Manager Send City Birthday Wishes

February 28– Today is the official birthday of the City of SeaTac. The City incorporated on February 28, 1990. Tomorrow, on Saturday, February 29, 2020, the City is celebrating 30 years of Cityhood with a party at the Community Center from Noon to 4 PM. Everyone is welcome to join the free event. There willContinue reading “Retired City Manager Send City Birthday Wishes”

Take Your Dog to Work Day

February 20 is Take Your Dog to Work Day! Thursday, February 20, was Take Your Dog to Work Day. SeaTac City Employees celebrated the day by bringing their beloved pets to City Hall to hang out with their owners. Dog owners posted door signs providing a little information about their dogs so they furry friendsContinue reading “Take Your Dog to Work Day”

HOV Lane Traffic Emphasis Patrols

The SeaTac Police Department’s next traffic emphasis will be centered on HOV lane violations.  Next week, particularly on Wednesday February 26, traffic officers will be focused on the HOV lanes along International Boulevard South.  They will be contacting drivers who fail to comply with the requirement to have multiple passengers in the vehicle before usingContinue reading “HOV Lane Traffic Emphasis Patrols”

Puget Sound Fire Emergency Incident Recap February 9-15

The weekly Incident Summary 2/9/2020 – 2/15/2020Each week we will post the number of emergency responses for the previous week (Sunday to Saturday) along with the year-to-date total. Total: 549EMS/Rescue 426False Call 40Fire: 17Good Intent: 41Hazardous Conditions: 11                                                                                  Service: 11Other: 3 Annual Total: 3580

S. 200th Street On-Ramp Closure

Road crews will be closing the South 200th Street On-Ramp to SB I-5 starting at 10:00 PM on Friday February 21 until 6:00 PM on Saturday, February 22. The crews will be adding metering to the on-ramp. A detour will be in place to redirect drivers. Drivers should avoid taking this route during this timeContinue reading “S. 200th Street On-Ramp Closure”