City of SeaTac PLUS

Open Issues: 0 Temas cerrados: 617 Temas Reconocidos: 49
  • 29 Th Ave S SeaTac, Washington - SeaTac
    I was told the trucks involved with the construction project on 29th avenue south were not supposed to drive backwards in this street without a pilot car. So far today i have seen all but 1 truck backing up without the pilot car. The one truck had 2 guys walking next to him as he backed down the street. There was one with a pilot car however the car was nose to nose with the truck--not sure how much help he would be if God forbid a kid ran out in the road. Super disappointed with everyone involved.
  • OtherReconocido
    5048 S 179 St SeaTac, Washington - SeaTac
    Occupant, James Gerard Monson residing in the garage. No running water. Does not meet code for living. Eats, sleeps, cooks, runs business, works out and LIVES in the garage. Occupant has a SaniCan inside next to his TV to use as a toilet. Refers to Adam Smith as 'his neighbor.' Photos of interior were submitted to David Reader. Tim Spencer is my former spouse and can attest to this issue as Mr. Monson moved FROM Mr. Spencer's house at 5054 S 179 ST into Mr. Smith's garage at the end of February 2017.
  • OtherReconocido
    4427 S 166th St SeaTac 98188, United States - SeaTac
    Very loud firework detonated in the area.
  • 20832 31st Lane South #A SeaTac, Washington - SeaTac
    The lighting on 208th Street is poorly lit. Especially with working people, families, children coming from school, etc, trying to walk safely to their apartments. My concern for my safety and those of of others is now further triggered by drug activity, abandoned cars and house on 30th that has a lot of homeless people walking from the forest towards myself and others.. It is scary because I can barely see. There are TOO many children in the combined four apartment complexes on that street...it's about 90-120 children because there are 4 buses that transport them to ONE school. Please show that you care for the safety of the children and families.
  • 3101 S 212th St SeaTac, WA 98198, USA - SeaTac
    Hello,
    There is a hole in the chain fence in this area and a homeless encampment may be forming there. People have been going in and out of that hole when they are not allowed to. Broken glass and needles have begun showing up on some nearby streets. Out of concern for the elderly and the children living in the area, please confirm if there is an encampment there, take action if there is an encampment there and take measures to prevent future homeless encampments.
  • OtherReconocido
    3409 S 228th St SeaTac 98198, United States - SeaTac

    Please reduce the speed limit from 25 MPH to 15 MPH.

    Vehicles currently travel too fast for the conditions (downhill in residential area towards dead end).

    Please study the corridor and make the necessary revisions e.g. sidewalks, speed bumps, reduced posted speed limit, & etc.

    There’s at least 100 vehicles that travel this corridor daily to access the regionally acclaimed dog park, with minimal transit safety measures in place.

  • OtherReconocido
    2916 S200th #9 SeaTac, Washington - SeaTac
    I cant wait for my turn to redevelop that @#$% hole criminal out house you call a city can any one of you even spell Criminal conspiracy. Mandatory 15 years and you only have Chuck winters and brother in law Bob Eggit to thank and your self I think that you will all learn a lot at walla-walla
  • OtherReconocido
    3723 S 164th St SeaTac 98188, United States - SeaTac
    Utility lines down and blocking driveways
  • OtherReconocido
    19608 International Blvd SeaTac, WA 98188, USA - SeaTac
    There is A-tent pitched up in the Southern trail of angle lake park. a fellow happily asleep inside.
  • OtherReconocido
    4800 S 188th St SeaTac, WA 98188, USA - SeaTac
    Test 2 from Lesa and Bart
  • 4800 S 188th St Seattle, WA, 98188, USA - SeaTac
    Test. It looks like the categories pull-down menu has changed.
  • 3202 South 200th Street SeaTac, Washington - SeaTac
    We live on the corner of 32nd Ave South and 200th street. From our dining room we have view of ditches which are on the east side of 32nd Ave South. Every few weeks someone drives into the ditches, warranting use of police time and disruption to traffic flow. I believe with proper signage people might be able to avoid the ditches which would save drivers tow costs and save the city on police costs. Can something please be done?
    Thank you,
    Somer and James Davis