SeaTac

The City of SeaTac, where “Everywhere’s Possible,” is a transportation-centric community perfectly positioned and highly motivated to help both residents and businesses flourish. A regional hub, SeaTac is located between Seattle and Tacoma at the intersection of several major highways and is home to the Seattle Tacoma International Airport, as well as two light rail stations. Each day tens of thousands of visitors, nearly 40,000 workers and more than 28,000 residents join to make SeaTac one of the the state’s most culturally diverse cities. This bustling community’s transit oriented development includes offices, retail, hospitality, passenger airline, air cargo, food services, entertainment venues and hotels. SeaTac has approximately 1,000 companies, including the corporate headquarters of Alaska Airlines, Horizon, and Boeing’s spare part facility.

SeaTac offers housing options to suit nearly every income from an energetic mix of multi family residential to single family homes in quality neighborhoods. Residents share in cultural and community events found in the Seattle southside region such as the Fourth of July week Fireworks and Carnival, the Theatre in the Park and summer concert series, and the International Festival held the second week in September. The city also features seven large parks, a swimming beach and boat launch at Angle Lake Park, two community centers, a senior center, visitor center, several turf soccer fields, a skate park, disc golf course, BMS track, off leash dog park, Highline SeaTac Botanical Garden, and the Seike Traditional Japanese Garden.