City of SeaTac facilities closed, waste/recycling collection canceled

SeaTac City Hall, the Community Center and Municipal Court remain closed on Monday, February 11, due to the icy roads and snowy conditions.

City Manager Carl Cole and Judge Robert Hamilton made the decision to close for the safety of staff and visitors to City Hall.

Monitor the City of SeaTac website for the latest information on City facility hours.

Due to unsafe road condition, Recology Cleanscapes has cancelled garbage and recycle collections on Monday, February 11. The hauler realizes this means two consecutive missed collections due to severe weather. Recology is working to reach impacted customers as quickly and safely as possible and may set up community collection points later this week. To get questions answered about rescheduled pickups, customers can visit the Recology Cleanscapes website or Email [email protected] or call 206.767.1166.

Throughout the weekend and into Monday, Public Works and Parks maintenance staff employees worked 12-hour, round-the-clock shifts to plow and apply sand, salt and brine to primary arterial roadways within the City. For a list of snow plowing priority and road closures, click here. For a map of snow plowing priority and road closures, click here or see below:

On Monday February 11, The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the western third of King County. The advisory was issued at 11 AM and will remain in effect until 6 PM. The NWS predicts snowfall from one to three inches with a rain/snow mix expected in the late afternoon. For more information about the county impacts click on regional Emergency News.

King County Metro Transit will remain on Emergency Snow Network through at least Tuesday, February 12. Bus service is reduced to just 67 core routes and shuttles, with some areas of the county seeing severely limited or no bus service. Metro encourages commuters to allow for extended travel times and to prepare alternate travel plans if their route is not in service. Riders should also be prepared for crowding and potentially longer waits at bus stops. Check, Metro.

Matters, or follow @kcmetrobus on Twitter for information, maps, updates, and more. Haga clic aquí para obtener información de Sistema de Emergencia de Nieve en español.

Sound Transit’s Link Light Rail and Sounder commuter rail service continue to operate as normally as possible given the weather conditions. Check service alerts here or follow @SoundTransit on Twitter for information.

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