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City Manager Weekly Update June 5, 2020

Post Date:06/05/2020 3:48 PM


 Today, Friday June 5, King County has been approved to move into “modified phase 1,” which allows for (limited) reopening of businesses, recreation, and personal activities. Read more here.

 Governor Inslee issued new guidelines for professional sports (indoor and outdoor), outdoor youth team sports, and outdoor adult recreational team sports in phases 2 and 3. Read the guidelines here

King County has a newly-redesigned COVID-19 daily case data dashboard which includes City statistics.

SeaTac Mayor Erin Sitterley released a statement on George Floyd, Protests and Police Officers.

Public Works has updated its construction map of ongoing projects in the City.

Save the Date. June 27 is the next SeaTac Summer Recycling Event.

Solid waste self-haul customers required to verify residence in King County’s service area.

 SeaTac Municipal Court moves to virtual court.

SeaTac Police detective catches juveniles allegedly responsible for High School and Teen Center break-ins.

Closures on I-5 for Federal Way Link construction

 It's never been easier to respond to the Census. SeaTac. The City has added Census Public Service Announcements to Channel 21 SeaTV.

On June 24, I will be speaking at Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce Virtual Resiliency Summit to help our Local Economy Recover.

COVID Resources

Governor Inslee extends eviction moratorium 

Safe start for King County-Working to gradually reopen the local economy.

King County regional donations connector.

COVID-19 Reopening Guidance for Businesses and Workers.

For SeaTac resident the Salvation Army Seattle White Center Food Bank is open to assist you. 

King County has a  map with free public food resources in King County. Click on the ‘Return to Main Page’ button to see a list view and printable list view.  

For anyone who wants to be tested for COVID-19, King County has launched free COVID-19 testing sites throughout the King County.

Effective June 1, Sound Transit will offer temporarily reduced Recovery Fares in response to the economic impact of COVID-19 as the agency re-introduces fares on Link light rail and Sounder

In order to better serve our community, we have made changes our home page of our website and added three pages of COVID Resources.

Have a great weekend and remember to stay healthy and wash your hands.

Carl Cole City Manager 

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