City Council to Choose New Councilmember

June 15—The SeaTac City Council will be choosing a new councilmember to fill the Position #2 seat vacated by former Councilmember Joel Wachtel. The Council will be holding a Virtual Special Council Meeting on Wednesday, June 17 at 5 PM to discuss the issue. The City Council will recess into an executive session to reviewContinue reading “City Council to Choose New Councilmember”

Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority Emergency Incident Responses May 31-June 6

June 12-Each week, Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority releases its weekly incident summary. This is the summary for the week May 31- June 6.          EMS/RESCUE:                                401 FALSE                                               41         FIRE                                                  16 GOOD INTENT                                36 HAZ CONDITION                              4 SERVICE                                           14 OTHER                                               2 Weekly Total:  514 This past week Puget Sound Fire has been working to acknowledge the graduating seniors inContinue reading “Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority Emergency Incident Responses May 31-June 6”

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”

Public Works Active Project Map

June 12- Public Works Project Locations Spot Drainage Repairs This project will repair storm drainage infrastructure at eight locations within the City.  The project is currently in design. S 180th St Flood Reduction Project This project will construct a flood reduction facility to eliminate flooding at the end of S 180th St.  The project recentlyContinue reading “Public Works Active Project Map”

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”

Supplemental COVID-19 Community Response Fund

New Funding Opportunities:  (PLEASE NOTE: THE APPLICATION DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JUNE 23RD, 2020 at 11:59PM) On May 5, the King County Council approved a second emergency supplemental budget proposed by Executive Dow Constantine to provide additional resources related to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Included in the legislation is $1 million for the Office of Equity and Social Justice (OESJ) to expand fundingContinue reading “Supplemental COVID-19 Community Response Fund”


June 11– Seattle & King County has expanded free COVID-19 testing resources in south King County, where communities have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. These three new free testing sites will provide ongoing access to testing in south Seattle and south King County. The sites will be located at Sea Mar Community Health Centers at SouthContinue reading “EXPANDED FREE COVID-19 TESTING IN SOUTH KING COUNTY”

High School Burglars Busted

June 5- In April, there was a series of burglaries that occurred at Tyee High School and Valley Ridge Park.  The burglaries involved significant damage and incidents of theft; particularly at the high school.  Detective Jason Klinger was assigned to investigate these burglaries and as of now, he has identified five individuals believed to beContinue reading “High School Burglars Busted”

Solid waste self-haul customers required to verify residence in King County’s service area

April 29-While King County’s Solid Waste Division recycling and garbage transfer stations remain open for critical disposal services during Gov. Jay Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order, the division strongly urges self-haul customers to postpone all non-essential visits to its facilities and support the statewide effort to slow the spread COVID-19. King County transfer stationsContinue reading “Solid waste self-haul customers required to verify residence in King County’s service area”

SeaTac Summer Recycling Event

June 5-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 Parking Lot. Materials to be collected are: shredding, scrap metal, porcelain, motor oil, anti-freeze, Styrofoam, plastic bags, donation items for NorthWest Center, batteries, CFL light Bulbs and latexContinue reading “SeaTac Summer Recycling Event”