City Manager Weekly Update January 31, 2020
Post Date:01/31/2020 8:23 PM
On the afternoon of January 31, 2020 , the U.S. federal government declared the situation with novel coronavirus to be a Public Health Emergency, including updated travel and quarantine measures.
On January 31, SeaTac Councilmember Clyde Hill and SeaTac Community Economic Development Staff attended Highline College's ribbon cutting of its renovated Health Sciences Building.
If you ever drove by SeaTac City Hall and wondered why flags are flying at half-staff or special flags are flying, we have the background for you.
Public Works is busy improving the City with several traffic safety projects.
This week, the Mayor updated all of the committees, both internal and external, that councilmembers serve on.
Have you ever wondered what actions the City Council takes during its meetings? The City Clerk posts them after every meeting.
If you are driving on Military Road South near the Kent border, you may have noticed a new elementary school being built.
The Puget Sound Fire Department releases its weekly emergency incident recaps.
SeaTac is looking for more citizens to get involved in government.
King County helps City cleanup homeless camp while Parks workers remove dangerous BMX jumps.
SeaTac Police are planning a stop sign emphasis patrols.
Have a great weekend.
City Manager Carl Cole