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SeaTac ( /ˈsiːtæk/) is an American city in southern King County, Washington, and an outlying suburb of Seattle, Washington. Incorporated in February 1990, the City of SeaTac is ten square miles in area and has a population of 26,909 according to the 2010 census. The City boundaries surround the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, (approximately three square miles in area) which is owned and operated by the Port of Seattle. The city includes the communities of Angle Lake, Bow Lake, McMicken, and Riverton, which were established before the city’s incorporation.
Residents of what is now SeaTac voted for incorporation in 1989. The city incorporated in February 1990. SeaTac’s name is from Seattle and Tacoma.
The city hall and police offices are located at 4800 South 188th Street.
Seatac is governed by a city council which consists of seven elected councilpersons.
The City of SeaTac has contracted with the King County Sheriff’s Office since incorporation in 1990. Deputies assigned to…

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