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1/11
Seattle’s reputation may be a rainy one, but did you know that the Emerald City only receives an average of 38 inches of precipitation a year? That’s about the same as the national average. Our reputation for precipitation comes from the [...]
12/28
Traducción Española | dịch tiếng Việt | 中文翻譯  | 한국어 번역 | Tarjumaadda Af-Soomaaliga | የአማርኛ ትርጉም COVID-19 has affected Seattle residents in many ways. Many people, including older adults and families, are facing tough times [...]
12/28
Good news, Seattle residents – you can compost your Christmas trees and other holiday greens for free through January 31, 2021! Residents (including multifamily) can place up to 2 trees or bundled greens next to your food and yard waste cart each [...]
12/15
It’s an increasing problem that contaminates our waterways and puts our community’s health at risk. It also impacts people experiencing homelessness who are staying in RVs, including depriving them of their dignity.   The problem? [...]
12/14
You know when you spent your entire Saturday raking leaves only to wake up the next day, and be astonished that it looks exactly the way it did before you started? For SPU’s Clean City Division, [...]
12/11
While Seattle isn’t known for harsh winters, it never hurts to do a little preparation before temperatures dip below freezing. Follow these helpful tips and you’ll be ready to enjoy a Seattle Winter. Be Prepared: Protect Your Pipes From [...]
11/24
Many of our favorite traditions from this time of year are centered around food. And while our holidays may look a little different this time around, we still expect many of our friends, family, & neighbors are going to indulge their culinary [...]

At Your Service Newsletter Archive

Below is an archive of At Your Service newsletters included with paper bills to customers. All files are in PDF format.

2021

The print version of the January/February 2021 At Your Service newsletter was incorrectly labeled "January-February 2020". The link above will direct you to a corrected version.