Tagged with 'safety'

PHOTOS: ‘Touch-A-Truck’ please kids both small and big in SeaTac

PHOTOS: ‘Touch-A-Truck’ please kids both small and big in SeaTac

Story & Photos by Pam Fernald The weather was perfect on Saturday, Sept. 9, and SeaTac’s ‘Touch-A-Truck’ event was well attended by the community. This ‘kid’ enjoyed it! There... [Read more]

Fall Community Emergency Response Team Training starts Thursday, Sept. 22

Fall Community Emergency Response Team Training starts Thursday, Sept. 22

There is still time to sign up for the upcoming FREE Community Emergency Response Team training, which starts on Sept. 22. CERT is an eight-week program that meets once a week for 3.5 hours. Classes start... [Read more]

Former Highline teacher says school suspension policy wrong; needs changing

Former Highline teacher says school suspension policy wrong; needs changing

By Jack Mayne Former Highline High School teacher Jasmine Kettler has forcefully condemned the “out of school suspension policy” that has been cited by Highline Public Schools Superintendent Susan... [Read more]

Sound Transit holding safety drills at S. 200th station on Tuesday, April 26

Sound Transit holding safety drills at S. 200th station on Tuesday, April 26

Sound Transit announced that it will host a series of safety drills with South King County emergency responders on Tuesday, April 26 for the S. 200th Link Extension. The drills will take place at the... [Read more]

Survey shows some SeaTac residents feel unsafe, but it’s a good place to live

Survey shows some SeaTac residents feel unsafe, but it’s a good place to live

by Jack Mayne A tiny percentage of SeaTac residents say they often feel unsafe and that was expressed in the concern for both auto thefts and general thefts, but residents also believed the city was a... [Read more]

Buckle up! City of SeaTac participating in ‘Click It or Ticket’ patrols May 18–31

Buckle up! City of SeaTac participating in ‘Click It or Ticket’ patrols May 18–31

The City of SeaTac will be participating in the annual statewide “Click It or Ticket” campaign, which will take place between May 18 and May 31.  During these dates, motorists in Washington... [Read more]

FREE CERT Training begins April 16

FREE CERT Training begins April 16

When disaster calls – how will you respond? The City of SeaTac, Burien & Kent RFA are offering the FEMA-sponsored Community Emergency Response Team training at no charge, starting April 16, 2015. Following... [Read more]

Fall session of Community Emergency Response Team training begins Sept. 11

Fall session of Community Emergency Response Team training begins Sept. 11

The fall session of CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) training will begin Sept. 11, and held Thursday nights from 6 – 9 p.m. in SeaTac. Emergency professionals train residents, organizations or... [Read more]

Community Emergency Response Team training starts March 20

Community Emergency Response Team training starts March 20

The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) spring session will start March 20, then continue every Thursday night from 6 – 9 p.m. for eight weeks at SeaTac City Hall. The goal of the CERT program is... [Read more]

McMicken Citizens’ Community Safety Meeting will be Thursday night

McMicken Citizens’ Community Safety Meeting will be Thursday night

The McMicken Citizens’ Community Safety Meeting will be held this Thursday night, Jan. 30, starting at 7:30 p.m. at Fire Station #46 (3521 S. 170th Street). Sea-Tac Community Crime Prevention Officer... [Read more]

FREE ‘Touch-A-Truck’ will be Saturday at the Tyee Educational Complex

FREE ‘Touch-A-Truck’ will be Saturday at the Tyee Educational Complex

‘Touch-A-Truck,’ a free, interactive event where kids of all ages can see and touch vehicles that provide safety and services to the community, will be from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. this Saturday,... [Read more]

Highline School District proposes update to school safety and security program

Highline School District proposes update to school safety and security program

The Highline School District announced Tuesday (May 14) that “more extensive staff training and strong coordination with local law enforcement are the hallmarks of a proposal to improve safety and... [Read more]