Residential Solid Waste Collections are as normal for Monday, January 3.
On Thursday, Dec. 30, all locations of The Seattle Public Library will be closed due to inclement weather and staffing limitations.
Due to remaining ice and snow resulting in unsafe conditions, there will be no residential garbage, recycling or food/yard waste pickup in Seattle Wednesday, December 29.
Due to significant remaining snow and ice on residential streets in Seattle, solid waste collections will not be able to safely operate Tuesday, December 28. Garbage, recycling and yard/food waste pickup is cancelled.
With snowfall accumulation between 3” and 6” in parts of Seattle, some city services have been impacted. The National Weather Service expects some continued snow accumulation, and the City will face extremely cold temperatures until at least Wednesday.
With snowfall and freezing temperatures across the region, King County Executive Dow Constantine directed Metro to shift bus service to the Emergency Snow Network starting Monday, Dec. 27, reducing service to about 60 core routes that the City of Seattle and other jurisdictions prioritized for snow and ice removal.
Due to winter weather and icy road conditions, there will be no residential or commercial garbage, recycling or food/yard waste pickup in Seattle Monday, December 27.
People who are interested in the Interstate 405/State Route 167 corridor program are invited to participate in an online meeting Thursday, Dec. 2.
Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) is excited to be starting the process to renovate Carkeek Park play area in northwest Seattle at 950 NW Carkeek Park Rd. The community is encouraged to participate and provide input.