City Manager Weekly Update January 10, 2020
A winter storm is moving across the Puget Sound Region this weekend and early into next week. To learn how this winter storm is impacting City Operations, check the front page of the City websiteIn addition, King County Emergency Management has updated its regional Emergency News Blog to help resident prepare for the upcoming storm. For those on Twitter, King County Emergency Management will send messages through @kingcountywa and using hashtags #KingCountyReady and #WAwx. The National Weather Service has updates on it's Twitter account @NWSSeattle. Puget Sound Energy has storm prep and service information posted on the PSE website.
Tuesday night, January 14, is the first Regular City Council Meeting of the year. To read the agenda click here.
On Wednesday night, January 15, the Parks Department wants to hear from you as they move forward with a Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan. To learn more click here
Public Works is actively working on several projects in the City. Here is a link to a map and project descriptions.
For drivers who are traveling along Military Road S and S 176th St this weekend, be aware of steel plates across the roadway as Puget Sound Energy (PSE) inspects a gas line. PSE says work should be completed this weekend, weather permitting. City of SeaTac Public Works Inspectors will be monitoring the work and can shut the project down if there is a need to do so.
Finally, as we face a winter storm this weekend, I want everyone to stay safe and know, City staff will be working diligently to maintain City Operations to the best of our abilities and as much as we can safely do.
Carl Cole/City Manager