City of SeaTac PLUS

Open Issues: 0 Closed Issues: 432 Acknowledged Issues: 48
  • 814 S 194th St SeaTac, WA 98148, USA - SeaTac
    it hasn't moved in 18 months and has expired tabs. can this be towed?
  • 17046 51st Avenue South SeaTac, Washington - SeaTac
    Coleman white popup camper. License No. 0210-VI. Tag year 2013. Been there a week.
  • 19233 33rd Ave S SeaTac, Washington - SeaTac
    This house seems to be abandoned. There is an undriveable black car with no plates in the driveway. The home is overgrown with blackberries. The mailbox is open, with no lid. I'm sure this is a code violation and would appreciate that someone investigate and let me know what's going on.
  • 2433 S 128th St SeaTac 98168, United States - SeaTac
    Appears to be abandoned. One wheel on a spare and the other sitting on a lift with no wheel at all.
  • 3415 S 198th St SeaTac, WA 98188, USA - SeaTac
    Two trailers parked perpendicular to the road for more than four days
  • 24th Ave And S 150th St SeaTac, Washington - SeaTac
    Large RV (homeless?) and 2 vehicles parked
    on the north side of S 150th st and corner of 24th Avenue
  • 4732 S 172nd St SeaTac, WA 98188, USA - SeaTac
  • 19461 Military Rd S SeaTac, WA 98188, USA - SeaTac
    I am concerned about the abandoned vehicles, disrepair of the outbuilding, and the rat infestation at this site.
  • 19445 International Blvd SeaTac 98188, United States - SeaTac
    This is at Angle Lake Park. Don’t the city employees police the park grounds anymore?
  • Illegal DumpingAcknowledged
    1100 Block Of S. 194th St SeaTac, Washington - SeaTac
    Litter along the 1100 block of S. 194th ST. (God I wish the PD would catch the person who keeps doing this!). Also illegal dumping along the S. 196th ST loop AND a dark brown couch dumped at SW corner of 8th AVE and S. 194th St.
  • PotholeAcknowledged
    2644 S 135th St Seattle, WA, 98168, USA - SeaTac
    There are several bad potholes in the street at this approximent location So 135th street. They continue to get larger.
  • 3595 S 188th St SeaTac 98188, United States - SeaTac
    City experimented with permeable concrete here, unfortunately it captures dirt allowing moss to grow on/ in the sidewalk making walking slippery especially in wet weather. Who is responsible for getting rid of the moss? Is the City going to get rid of the problem they created by replacing the sidewalk?