4427 S 166th St SeaTac 98188, United States - SeaTacVery loud firework detonated in the area.
20832 31st Lane South #A SeaTac, Washington - SeaTacThe 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.
20403 12th Pl S SeaTac, Washington - SeaTac
Recently 12th Pl S was repaved. When doing so, my parking spot in front of my home was removed and replaced with grass. I have spoken to Mr. Lang regarding this and was told that they had made the decision to place grass in that area. I told him that I was not happy and that I am now having to park my car in my driveway along with my truck. We are a 2 car household and parking tandem is not working for my daughter and I. In expressing my issue with the decision the Mr. Lang made, He laughed at me twice. I told him that I thought he was very rude and very disrespectful. He told me that I can park my car on the surface street and I told him that I am afraid that it will get hit if it is parked there. Many of the residents on the street were given graveled parking in front of their homes and I do not understand why I am being discriminated against. I am a single parent and work very hard for what I have. The photos that Mr. Land sent me show that there was a parking spot in front of my home before they started the project. I purchased my home in 10/09 and at that time there was a parking spot in front of my home. I am requesting that the parking spot be put back so I can park my car in front of my home like my neighbors do.
20403 12th Pl S
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.
17801 International Blvd SeaTac, Washington - SeaTacThere are a lot of high paying jobs like heat and frost insulators on the airport construction project, but not a lot of blacks and minorities are being hired for these high paying jobs. There are usually blacks and minorities on the union out of work lists, but they are usually hired at the end of the job. If they are hired, they are usually treated bad or are layer off or fired for no good reason. Something needs to be done about this soon. This is wrong.
17246 33rd Ave S SeaTac 98188, United States - SeaTacCones and bucket on public street obstructing traffic.
3228–3398 S 173rd St SeaTac 98188, United States - SeaTacIllegally parked car in no
Parking tow zone. Plate Bly9736 silver Toyota corolla
17246 33rd Ave S SeaTac 98188, United States - SeaTacBucket and traffic cones on public roadway.
17024 33rd Ave S SeaTac 98188, United States - SeaTacUnauthorized traffic cones on public roadway.
3425 South 176th Street #255 SeaTac, Washington - SeaTac
I tried to email a traffic problem to TrafficUnit@seatacwa.us and ended up with the email bouncing.
People turn left out of the Light Rail drop off at 176th and International Blvd, thereby going the wrong way until they can move into the correct lane. I have also seen people turn left into the oncoming traffic lane from International blvd to enter the light rail drop off. Treadles would stop both . . .
3202 South 200th Street SeaTac, Washington - SeaTacWe 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?
Somer and James Davis
3723 S 164th St SeaTac 98188, United States - SeaTacUtility lines down and blocking driveways