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Founding Councilmember, Mayor Terry Anderson has Passed; memorial June 29

Founding Councilmember, Mayor Terry Anderson has Passed; memorial June 29

The City of SeaTac announced that founding SeaTac Councilmember and Mayor Terry Anderson has passed away. Current City Councilmember Pam Fernald relayed the news to the city on Saturday morning, June... [Read more]

SeaTac Council told of new airport study, mobile home relocation money

SeaTac Council told of new airport study, mobile home relocation money

By Jack Mayne The Washington Legislature helped dwellers of mobile homes and gave the city more money to house prisoners in the Des Moines jail, and the big issue appearing to be the study for a possible... [Read more]

Major Traffic Detour on Des Moines Memorial Drive will begin Mon., June 3

Major Traffic Detour on Des Moines Memorial Drive will begin Mon., June 3

The City of SeaTac Public Works Department is working to improve Des Moines Memorial Drive South for residents, freight traffic and commuters by grinding and overlaying new asphalt pavement along the roadway... [Read more]

SeaTac City Council approves $82 million budget; accepts $32,000 donation

SeaTac City Council approves $82 million budget; accepts $32,000 donation

By Jack Mayne Gwen Pilo, the city’s finance manager, told the SeaTac City Council that the city’s general fund was increased by $5 million from earlier estimates, while the street fund was decreased... [Read more]

Here’s the list of candidates who have filed to run for SeaTac City Council

Here’s the list of candidates who have filed to run for SeaTac City Council

The deadline to file for running for office in the August 6, 2019 primary election has passed, and here is the most recent list of candidates who have filed for office. The top two vote-getters for each... [Read more]

SeaTac Council considers whether to ban its family members from city committees

SeaTac Council considers whether to ban its family members from city committees

By Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council is wrestling with a proposal to ban Council family members from service on city committees, and heard a consultant report suggesting continued contracting with the... [Read more]

Major traffic detour begins tonight on Military Road South

Major traffic detour begins tonight on Military Road South

The City of SeaTac Public Works Department will be improving Military Road South between S. 216th and S. 200th Street, and work crews will begin construction at 7 p.m. tonight – Thursday, May 2 – with... [Read more]

Community Conversations with SeaTac City Council will be this Tuesday

Community Conversations with SeaTac City Council will be this Tuesday

Community Conversations with the SeaTac City Council will be held this Tuesday, April 30, 2019, from 6 – 7 p.m. at the SeaTac Community Center. Attendees at the meeting will have the opportunity to ask... [Read more]

Des Moines Memorial to get smoothed out, McMIcken parking woes at Council

Des Moines Memorial to get smoothed out, McMIcken parking woes at Council

By Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council heard more McMicken parking restrictions complaints and approved fixing Des Moines Memorial Drive at its regular City Council meeting on Tuesday, April 23. During... [Read more]

SeaTac Council hears parking lot owner say area crime at ‘level of crisis’

SeaTac Council hears parking lot owner say area crime at ‘level of crisis’

By Jack Mayne Crime was listed as a major problem for SeaTac and surrounding cities, the owner of public parking facilities told City Council at Tuesday meeting “Crime in this region has really reached... [Read more]

SAVE THE DATE: Spring Recycling Event will be Saturday, April 6

SAVE THE DATE: Spring Recycling Event will be Saturday, April 6

The spring 2019 Recycling Event will be held on Saturday, April 6, at Tyee High School, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This year – FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER – the City will be accepting LATEX PAINT and... [Read more]

Applications now being accepted for Citizen Advisory Committee vacancies

Applications now being accepted for Citizen Advisory Committee vacancies

Want to be more involved with the City of SeaTac? Want to provide a valuable service to your community, and be more informed about City business? Let your voice be heard! Consider joining a Citizen Advisory... [Read more]

Retiring Joe Scorcio donates $6K for SeaTac Veterans Memorial

Retiring Joe Scorcio donates $6K for SeaTac Veterans Memorial

By Jack Mayne Retiring SeaTac City Manager Joe Scorcio and his wife, Kathryn, have made a $6,000 donation for a potential SeaTac Veterans Memorial Project, Scorcio told the Council at his final appearance... [Read more]

Snow storms, Canada geese & state of city considered by SeaTac City Council

Snow storms, Canada geese & state of city considered by SeaTac City Council

By Jack Mayne Mayor Erin Sitterley on Tuesday night (Feb. 26) gave a belated state of the city address — belated because it had been slated for the the Feb. 12 meeting, a night the Council could not... [Read more]

SeaTac Center business evicted for not paying rent, others have until Aug. 31

SeaTac Center business evicted for not paying rent, others have until Aug. 31

By Jack Mayne A Somali business owner of SeaTac Market, who was renting space at SeaTac Center International Market, has been evicted by the City of SeaTac for repeatedly paying her rent with checks that... [Read more]

City of SeaTac wants your feedback on local internet provider choices

City of SeaTac wants your feedback on local internet provider choices

Do you want fiber optic and/or more internet provider choices? The City of SeaTac wants to know what kind of Internet Access you have at your home or business to ensure that your area is adequately served. Please... [Read more]

UPDATE: City Hall, Community Center reopen, while waste collection resumes

UPDATE: City Hall, Community Center reopen, while waste collection resumes

The City of SeaTac released the following update on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019: SeaTac City Hall and Community Center reopened today after a two-day closure to inclement weather. Both facilities will operate... [Read more]

WEATHER UPDATE: Tuesday update on SeaTac closures, garbage, roads & more

WEATHER UPDATE: Tuesday update on SeaTac closures, garbage, roads & more

SeaTac City Hall, Community Center and Municipal Court are closed today – Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019 – due to inclement weather. Monitor the City of SeaTac website for the latest information on City facility... [Read more]

Tuesday night’s City Council meeting cancelled due to inclement weather

Tuesday night’s City Council meeting cancelled due to inclement weather

The City of SeaTac Regular Council Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019, has been cancelled due to inclement weather. The Public Hearing on Interim Regulations will be rescheduled to the Tuesday,... [Read more]

City of SeaTac facilities closed, waste/recycling collection canceled

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... [Read more]