Today, June 19, King County enters Phase 2 of Safe Start recovery plan.
City Council chooses Stanley Tombs as new Councilmember.
SeaTac's Geographic Information Systems (GIS) has worked collaboratively with the Public Works Department to create a new interactive Project Activity Web Map.
Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority Weekly Incident Summary for June 6-13, 2020.
Save the Date. June 27 is the next SeaTac Summer Recycling Event.
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.
Now is the time to put your artist hat on and participate in the first ever SeaTac Art Attack Yard Art Contest.
On Thursday, June 18, the SeaTac's ABC…123 Preschool held its annual graduation for those students moving on to Kindergarten next fall.
Governor Inslee announces additional guidance for weddings and funerals.
The memorandum further clarifies the guidance for religious and faith based organizations released on Thursday, June 18.
Full list of current reopening guidance.
King County has a newly-redesigned COVID-19 daily case data dashboard which includes City statistics.
A New Normal: FlyHealthy@SEA
SeaTac community-based organizations have an opportunity to apply for financial relief due to COVID.
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.
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 Father's Day weekend and remember to stay healthy and wash your hands.
Carl Cole City Manager