On Friday, May 8, Governor Jay Inslee released additional guidance for businesses and services under Safe Start Phase 1, including the ability for retail outlets to provide curbside service, pet walking and landscaping.
Beginning Monday, May 11, the City of SeaTac Permit Center will alter its hours to accommodate construction activities allowed under the Governor's Order. The new Permit Center Hours are 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM.
On Wednesday, May 6, the Parks Department updated its park operation hours just in time for the warm Mother's Day Weekend.
The Parks, Community Programs and Services Department is happy to announce an expansion to the meals available for seniors.
There has been an uptick in construction activity in the City. Public Works has a map of the latest construction locations.
U.S. News and State Board of Education Spotlight 10 Highline Schools.
This weeks, the City released hundreds of baby salmon into Des Moines Creek.
On Friday, May 8, you may have noticed additional planes flying over SeaTac. It was all for a good cause.
Every week, Puget Sound Fire releases emergency incident numbers and this is the Weekly Incident Summary for April 24 – May 2, 2020
This weekend is going to be beautiful. If you are planning to go on the water, here are some cold water safety tips.
SeaTac Police Officers were busy this week keeping the community safe.
SeaTac Police made a marijuana bust at a local hotel parking lot.
Officers stopped a runaway backhoe at a SeaTac construction site.
Police need your help to catch a hand sanitizer thief.
A car prowler was caught red handed.
Another pair of car prowlers were caught in the act.
It's never been easier to respond to the Census. SeaTac. 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.
Happy Mother's Day to all of the mothers out there. Wash your hands and take care of each other.
Carl Cole City Manager