This afternoon, Governor Jay Inslee held a media briefing to announce an extension of the "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order until May 31. The Governor also announced a phased approach to reopening the economy.
The Permit Center at City Hall has altered its schedule to allow for more permits after Governor allows construction projects.
Starting Tuesday, May 5, the Parks Department will have a partial reopening of parks in the City.
This week, SeaTac took part in the Support Puget Sound Small Business Map program with 16 other cities. This map helps locate SeaTac restaurants that are open during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
This week during the Regular Council Meeting, the Mayor issued three proclamations regarding, Sexual Assault, Discrimination and Military Appreciation.
Applications are now available for Tourism Funding The SeaTac Hotel Motel Advisory Committee (HMAC) is currently accepting applications for 2021/22 funding
The City Public Works Department has several new projects that will be enhancing the City.
SeaTac Police Officers caught suspected mail thieves.
Puget Sound Fire Emergency Incident Summary from April 19-25.
It's never been easier to respond to the Census. SeaTac has a self-response rate of 44.5% compared to the Washington self-response rate is 55.4%.. The City has added Census Public Service Announcements to Channel 21 SeaTV.
In order to better serve our community, we have made changes our home page of our website and added three pages of COVID Resources.
Wash your hands and take care of each other.
Carl Cole City Manager