This Saturday, June 27 is the SeaTac Summer Recycling Event at North SeaTac Park.
Starting today, June 26, the Washington State Department of Health issued a statewide order requiring face masks while in public with very limited exceptions.
Have you filled out your Census form yet. It's never been easier to respond to the Census.
Fares on many ST Express bus routes to resume July 1; flat fare to be implemented systemwide
Puget Sound Fire Weekly Incident Summary for June 14-20
Fireworks Safety in a Pandemic
Sheriff’s Office Reforms Policy, Seeks Approval from Eight Can’t Wait
King County Sheriff's Office Memorial
King County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted
Build an Emergency Kit
Car Thieves Strike Again
June is LGBTQ Month
Check out Public Works new interactive Project Activity Web Map.
On June 24, I spoke 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.
Exacerbated by COVID-19, a growing number of people in King County are seeking food assistance. To help address this urgent need, Public Health – Seattle & King County, the City of Seattle and the Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction are launching new efforts to connect families in need to food resources.
For SeaTac resident the Salvation Army Seattle White Center Food Bank is open to assist you.
Increasing Cases of Covid-19 In King County Highlight the Need to Limit Close Contact
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.
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
King County regional donations connector.
For anyone who wants to be tested for COVID-19, King County has launched free COVID-19 testing sites throughout the King County.
Governor Inslee Announces Statewide Mask Mandate
In order to better serve our community, we have made changes our home page of our website and added three pages of COVID Resources.
Enjoy the first official summer weekend and remember to stay healthy and wash your hands.
Carl Cole City Manager