Summer 2018 Travel Alert

The City of SeaTac Department of Public Works is preparing to undertake two new road projects within the areas south of Angle Lake. Both are planned for the Summer of 2018.
Travel through this area will be constrained so please plan accordingly.

2018 Overlay
This project will reconstruct Military Road South between S. 209th Street and the I-5 Bridge. Work will include rubblization of the existing concrete road in place and overlaying with hot mix asphalt, construction of storm water improvements, addition of pedestrian facilities and bicycle lanes, signal upgrades,  Roadway channelization, and permanent signing. Additional detail is available through the project web pages
  •  60% plans are under review
  •  Coordination with WSDOT is ongoing
  • An open house was held on February 7 and was well attended by local residents. Valuable feedback was gained from attendees which included major concerns about speeding, increased traffic volumes, and future traffic volumes on Military Road.

S. 200th Street/26th Avenue Intersection Project
The scope of this design project includes the grind and overlay of the intersection at S. 200th Street and 26th Avenue S., installation of American Disability Act (ADA) compliant sidewalks and ramps, pedestrian signal upgrades, signal loop detectors and channelization. This project is scheduled for construction in the summer of 2018.
  • Development of 90% plans is underway

Citizen Advisory Committee Vacancies

Have you the want to be more involved with the City of SeaTac? Do you hold a desire to provide a valuable service to your community, and to participate in legislative decisions reached in our city?  

If you answered YES, our Citizen Advisory Committees are seeking individuals like you to join with other groups of volunteers interested addressing issues facing their community.

Responsibilities assigned to members of a Citizen Advisory Committee include but are not limited to “the study of critical issues, taking public testimony, performing independent research, and reviewing staff reports and recommendations. These prepare the advisory body to discuss, analyze, formulate, and forward well-developed, thoughtful recommendations to the City Council”.

Let your voice be heard! Consider joining a Citizen Advisory Committee.

The following Citizen Advisory Committees have vacancies:
  • Arts, Culture and Library Advisory Committee
  • Community Services Advisory Committee
  • Planning Commission
  • Senior Citizen Advisory Committee
  • Sidewalk Advisory Committee
Applications will be accepted until Wednesday, February 28.

If you are interested in serving on a committee, choose one of the following for more information:

All positions are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Council.