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Archive for January, 2014

Have a Say in Your Future Utilities February 5

Seattle Public Utilities is seeking your help in developing our Strategic Business Plan. The plan will guide our investments, services and rates from 2015 to 2020 – with the goal of keeping Seattle one of the best places to live. Join the first of several community workshops and let us know what you value from […]

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Super Bowl Trash Tip XLVIII: Skittles are Compostable

As Seattle Seahawks prepare for the Super Bowl this weekend against the Denver Broncos, Seattle Public Utilities offers the 12th Man some tips to help make victory party clean up green and easy: 1) Skittles thrown on your floor and other unwanted leftover food are compostable. Put them in your food and yard waste cart and they’ll […]

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Keep Seattle Clean: Volunteer

Try one of Seattle Public Utilities’ volunteer programs today! We’ll lend you FREE tools and supplies to… Adopt-A-Street: Clean up your street with litter grabbers, safety vests, gloves and bags. Paint Out Graffiti: Get rid of graffiti with paint, rollers, brushes, and screens. Stencil a Storm Drain: Protect our waterways with paint and stencils for “Dump No Waste, […]

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Discover what Seattle Public Utilities is all about

Watch a short video about the work your utility does. At Seattle Public Utilities, our job is to protect the area’s quality of life. To do that, we: Maintain some of the nation’s best drinking water – no need to buy bottled water! Help Seattle residents and businesses be recycling leaders – we divert more […]

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Have a Say in Your Utilities Future

Five public meetings scheduled around the city, from early February to early March Starting next month, Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) will be seeking the public’s help in developing a strategic business plan to guide the utility’s investments, services and rates through the year 2020 — with the goal of keeping Seattle one of the best […]

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Report Pollution, Flooding, Graffiti and Illegal Dumping Online

Use one of our handy online reporting tools when you see a problem around Seattle. Report pollution Report a plugged storm drain Report graffiti Report illegal dumping   Thank you for keeping our city one of the best places to live.

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Get Your Car Inspected for FREE!

You won’t get your hands dirty when you attend a FREE Auto Leaks Class – a $125 value! But you will get your car inspected, discover if you have any leaks, and find out how much repairs cost BEFORE you go to the mechanic. A leaky car isn’t a reliable car. Plus it’s harmful to […]

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North Transfer Station Closing for 2 Years

State-of-the-art Freemont/Wallingford facility scheduled to open in 2016 Seattle Public Utilities is getting ready to replace the city’s North Transfer Station (1350 North 34th Street) with a more modern and efficient facility that will meet the growing future needs of the city. To prepare for the demolition and rebuild work, the station will close permanently, […]

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Have a Say in Your Future Utilities

Seattle Public Utilities is seeking your help in developing our Strategic Business Plan. The plan will guide our investments, services and rates from 2015 to 2020 – with the goal of keeping Seattle one of the best places to live. We will be holding a series of community meetings to hear directly from you. Please […]

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Normal Solid Waste Collections for MLK Holiday

North Transfer Station Closed as of January 21 Seattle food and yard waste, garbage and recycling collections will be on normal schedule for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, January 20. Seattle Public Utilities customers should place their containers out for collection by 7 a.m. to ensure collection. The City of Seattle’s North Transfer Station […]

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