Living in Seattle
Info and links to guide you in your move to the Emerald City.
A guide to City of Seattle services located within your neighborhood.
Save on gas! Save time! City Light and Seattle Public Utilities now offers a way for you to pay your bill online.
Pay a traffic ticket online, file a crime report, learn about your police precinct, find a police report, and more.
Recreational marijuana stores authorized under the voter-approved I-502 will open beginning July 8, 2014. While it is regulated by Washington state, the City has compiled general info, including where it can be used, where stores can be located, which agencies to contact with questions and more.
Seattle Parks and Recreation offers a wide variety of classes and activities in your neighborhood. Browse our online registration system, SPARC, to find activities and register online.
The Seattle Communities Online Project helps neighborhood groups actively engage their community members by using online tools.
Connect to teen programs, local community and art events, jobs, homework help, health info, music videos and more.
What streets are under construction? What is traffic like? Find links to traffic cameras, maps, conditions, safety here.
Bus, bike, walk, ferry, rail, train and more: Seattle offers many options to get you moving where you want to go.