Starting Monday, a Public Health Seattle King County Face-Covering Directive will take effect. Face masks are strongly recommended when going into public places but not required.
Port Updates Cloth Face Coverings Policy for Workers, Visitors, and Passengers at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
COVID-19 status update at SEA Airport.
At the Regular Council Meeting on Tuesday, Council passed 6-1 an action item approving a large affordable housing complex to open at the former SeaTac Center location.
On Monday, May 18, the Salvation Army will set up a 'Give hope" drive-thru food box distribution at Southcenter Mall.
The Parks, Community Programs and Services Department is happy to announce an expansion to the meals available for seniors.
Monday through Thursday, Sound Transit will be closing lanes on southbound I-5 near SeaTac to conduct work for future light rail project.
Public Works has several active construction projects in the City.
SeaTac Police Officers were working hard to protect the City this week.
Murder suspect sought.
Help SeaTac Police catch school vandals.
SeaTac Police catch bike thieves.
Ensuring the safety of all people in King County is our number one priority. The U-Visa/T-Visa programs can help certain crime victims feel safer reporting crimes.
Fraudulent unemployment claims on the rise.
This week it National Police Week.
Four-legged officer catches suspect in SeaTac.
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.
Stay safe and wash your hands.
Carl Cole City Manager