CUSTOMER SERVICE BUREAU INFORMATION GUIDE
SEATTLE DATA SHEET
COMMUNITY RESOURCES (Living in Seattle)
MY NEIGHBORHOOD MAP
A guide to City of Seattle Services located within your neighborhood
MAYOR'S OFFICE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
OFFICE OF HOUSING
Information regarding housing assistance
Seattle City Light
Seattle Public Utilities
SEATTLE PARKS AND RECREATION
The P-Patch Community Gardening Program, in conjunction with
P-Patch Trust, a nonprofit organization, oversees 73 P-Patches distributed throughout the city, equaling approximately 23 acres and serving 2056 households.
King County Metro
Metro operates a fleet of about 1,300 vehicles -- including standard and articulated coaches, electric trolleys, dual-powered buses, hybrid diesel-electric buses and streetcars -- that serves an annual ridership of 100 million within a 2,134 square mile area.
King County Metro's Mission is to provide the best possible public transit services that get people on the bus and improve regional mobility and quality of life in King County
To access or subscribe to rider alerts, click HERE.
The Trip Planner provides information for public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties, including Sound Transit's Regional Express bus routes, Sounder commuter rail, Washington State Ferries, and the Seattle Center Monorail.
METRO Bus Tracker
The METRO Bus Tracker provides real-time bus information for a specific timepoint or geographic area. Unlike traditional bus schedules, the METRO Bus Tracker lets you see and track the actual status of your bus, so you know when your ride is really coming. Instead of waiting at the bus stop, use the METRO Bus Tracker to help you spend your time the way you want to - running another errand, finishing up another project, or simply waiting inside.
The agency's mission is to plan, build and operate regional transit systems and services to improve mobility for Central Puget Sound. The system includes: high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane access improvements; ST Express bus routes; Sounder commuter rail; Link light rail and new park-and-ride lots and transit centers.
Be prepared for emergencies -- use the online Trip Planner and note your options for your regular commute. Subscribe to Sound Transit's email alert system by clicking HERE or, for recorded Rider Alerts, keep Sound Transit's Rider Information number handy: 1-888-889-6368.