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Councilmember Amina Ahmed killed in collision on S. 188th Street Saturday

Councilmember Amina Ahmed killed in collision on S. 188th Street Saturday

The City of SeaTac is mourning the loss of newly appointed City Councilmember Amina Ahmed, who passed away as the result of injuries suffered during a fatal auto collision on Saturday, Dec. 8. “I am... [Read more]

City Council public hearing for sale of property to Sound Transit is Tues., Dec. 11

City Council public hearing for sale of property to Sound Transit is Tues., Dec. 11

The City of SeaTac City Council will be holding a public hearing on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018 at 6 p.m. at SeaTac City Hall regarding the sale and transfer of real property between the City of SeaTac and... [Read more]

Open House for Military Road South/S. 152nd improvements is Wednesday

Open House for Military Road South/S. 152nd improvements is Wednesday

The City of SeaTac will be hosting an Open House to share information about roadway improvements coming to Military Road South and South 152nd this Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018, from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at the... [Read more]

Tree Lighting and Festival Fun night will be Thursday, Dec. 6

Tree Lighting and Festival Fun night will be Thursday, Dec. 6

The annual Tree Lighting and Festival Fun night will be held on Thursday, Dec. 6, from 5 – 7 p.m. at the SeaTac Community Center. “Join us for our annual Tree Lighting and Festival Fun night. There... [Read more]

SeaTac Council unanimously votes to hire Police Chief Cole as new City Manager

SeaTac Council unanimously votes to hire Police Chief Cole as new City Manager

On Wednesday night, Nov. 14, the SeaTac City Council unanimously voted to hire current SeaTac Police Chief Carl Cole as the new City Manager. This fall, Chief Cole submitted his name to the Council for... [Read more]

SeaTac Council approves biennial budget with no increase in city taxes

SeaTac Council approves biennial budget with no increase in city taxes

By Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council unanimously approved the 2019-2020 biennial budget of $220.9 million with an estimated ending fund balance in 2020 of $78.3 million, which retains the city’s current... [Read more]

Police Chief Cole now a final City Manager Candidate; special meeting Nov. 14

Police Chief Cole now a final City Manager Candidate; special meeting Nov. 14

The SeaTac City Council will be holding a Special Council Meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018 to interview City Manager Candidate – current SeaTac Police Chief Carl Cole. The Public meeting is scheduled... [Read more]

TRAFFIC ALERT: Detour near Angle Lake Light Rail Station starts TONIGHT

TRAFFIC ALERT: Detour near Angle Lake Light Rail Station starts TONIGHT

The City of SeaTac Public Works Department will be doing construction at the intersection of S. 200th Street and 26th Avenue S. near the Angle Lake Light Rail Station starting TONIGHT at 7 p.m. (Wednesday,... [Read more]

SeaTac City Councilmember Peter Kwon joins 4Culture’s board of directors

SeaTac City Councilmember Peter Kwon joins 4Culture’s board of directors

SeaTac City Councilmember Peter Kwon this week joined the Board of Directors of 4Culture, King County’s cultural funding and services agency supporting arts, heritage, preservation and public art. Kwon... [Read more]

SeaTac Public Works Department wants YOU to help prevent localized flooding

SeaTac Public Works Department wants YOU to help prevent localized flooding

Your SeaTac Public Works Department wants to share the following message: Leaves and debris can cause localized flooding when they cover storm drains in the street or block pipes located in open ditches. Blowing... [Read more]

Amina Ahmed sworn in to Council; Dave’s Diner recognized by city

Amina Ahmed sworn in to Council; Dave’s Diner recognized by city

By Jack Mayne A new member of the SeaTac City Council was sworn into office at the city’s Oct. 23 City Council meeting, along with a goodbye to the locally famed Dave’s Diner. Photo courtesy Tina Orwall. Ahmed... [Read more]

Ribbon Cutting for Valley Ridge Sports Complex is this Saturday, Oct. 20

Ribbon Cutting for Valley Ridge Sports Complex is this Saturday, Oct. 20

The City of SeaTac is inviting the community to celebrate the upgraded Valley Ridge Sports Complex this Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018, with a Ribbon Cutting at 10 a.m. The city-funded renovation includes new... [Read more]

SeaTac City Council unanimously chooses Amina Ahmed as new Councilmember

SeaTac City Council unanimously chooses Amina Ahmed as new Councilmember

After an all-day Special Council Meeting on Saturday, Oct. 13, the SeaTac City Council unanimously appointed Amina Ahmed to fill vacant Council Position #5, and complete the current unexpired term. The... [Read more]

The Great Washington Shake Out Earthquake Drill will be Thursday, Oct. 18

The Great Washington Shake Out Earthquake Drill will be Thursday, Oct. 18

The Great Washington Shake Out Earthquake Drill will be held on Thursday, Oct. 18, starting at 10:18 a.m., when City of SeaTac staff will conduct an earthquake drill. At 10:18 a.m. sharp, all employees... [Read more]

City of SeaTac hosting litter cleanup event this Friday, Oct. 12

City of SeaTac hosting litter cleanup event this Friday, Oct. 12

City of SeaTac staff, in conjunction with Partners In Employment and Recology CleanScapes, will be hosting a litter cleanup event this Friday, Oct. 12, in front of businesses on Military Road South. Volunteers... [Read more]

City Council considers driverless vehicles, trash rate increase at Tuesday meeting

City Council considers driverless vehicles, trash rate increase at Tuesday meeting

By Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council considered and put off for two weeks approval of allowing tests of driverless vehicles in the city. At the Tuesday (Oct. 9) regular session, the lawmakers also adopted... [Read more]

City of SeaTac sets interview times for City Council Candidates on Saturday Oct. 13

City of SeaTac sets interview times for City Council Candidates on Saturday Oct. 13

Beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13 at City Hall, the 14 candidates for SeaTac City Council Position #5 will interview for the vacant seat. These candidates are vying to be selected to replace outgoing... [Read more]

Fifteen residents apply for vacant SeaTac City Council seat

Fifteen residents apply for vacant SeaTac City Council seat

The SeaTac City Clerk received 15 applications by Friday’s (Sept. 28) deadline for the vacant City Council Position 5. In September, Councilmember/Mayor Mike Siefkes stepped down, creating the vacancy. Applicants... [Read more]

Erin Sitterley elected mayor of SeaTac through 2019, replacing Mike Siefkes

Erin Sitterley elected mayor of SeaTac through 2019, replacing Mike Siefkes

 By Jack Mayne Erin Sitterley was unanimously elected mayor of SeaTac at Tuesday’s (Sept. 25) City Council session, replacing resigned Mayor Michael Siefkes who will be moving out of state. Sitterley,... [Read more]

City of SeaTac seeking applicants for Airport Advisory Committee

City of SeaTac seeking applicants for Airport Advisory Committee

The SeaTac City Council is seeking applications from residents interested in serving as the Citizen Representative on the Washington State Department of Commerce Sea-Tac Airport Advisory Committee (SSAC). The... [Read more]