SeaTac, Washington

Lakestreet Property Management is a property management firm serving the area of SeaTac, Washington. We make the whole process stress-free by walking you through the steps of renting your home or investment property without the hassle of doing it yourself. We have systems in place to protect you and your property if something goes wrong.

We manage all types of residential rental properties, including houses, condos, multiplexes such as duplexes and triplexes, and even small apartment complexes. Furthermore, some Real Property Management offices manage Homeowner Associations (HOAs), institutionally owned and real estate organization Real Estate Owned (REO) properties, and commercial property.

Whether you own one or several rental properties, our goal is to protect and maximize your property investment. Our 30 years of property management experience has allowed us to streamline our processes in order to assist rental homeowners in maximizing rental income while minimizing expenses and inefficiencies.

SeaTac /ˈsiːtæk/ is a city in southern King CountyWashington, United States. The city is an inner-ring suburb of Seattle and part of the Seattle metropolitan area. The name “SeaTac” is derived from the Seattle–Tacoma International Airport, itself a portmanteau of Seattle and Tacoma.

The city of SeaTac is 10 square miles (26 km2) in area and has a population of 26,909 according to the 2010 census. The city boundaries surround the Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (approximately 3 square miles (7.8 km2) in area), which is owned and operated by the Port of Seattle. The city includes the communities of Angle Lake, Bow Lake, McMicken Heights and Riverton Heights, which were established before the city’s incorporation. Residents voted for incorporation on March 14, 1989, and the city incorporated in February 1990

SeaTac is governed by a city council which consists of seven elected councilpersons. The city “has contracted with the King County Sheriff’s Office for law enforcement since incorporation in 1990.” Deputies assigned to SeaTac wear city uniforms and drive patrol cars marked with the city logo. There are currently 51 patrol officers, detectives, and support staff assigned full-time to the city.

In January 2014 the SeaTac Fire Department entered a 20-year contract with Kent Fire Department Regional Fire Authority (RFA) to form the Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority. SeaTac’s three fire stations, Station 45, 46, and 47, joined Kent’s Station 73 to make up RFA’s West Battalion.

The Seatac Municipal Court, located in the City Hall, is a court of limited jurisdiction. The judge is authorized by the Revised Code of Washington to preside over civil infractions, traffic infractions, criminal misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor violations, and civil orders for protection.

Public Works is responsible for planning, design, construction and maintenance of streets, transportation improvements, surface water utility, and solid waste and recycling programs.

In 2013, voters in the city narrowly passed a minimum wage of $15 per hour for employees of airport-related businesses, such as hotels, parking lots and car rental agencies. In a later appeals court decision, the $15 minimum wage was reversed for employees working entirely on Port of Seattle property within the city limits but still applies to employees of airport-related businesses in the city proper. Union workshops are exempt from the $15 minimum wage. However, the Washington Supreme Court in August 2015 reversed the King County Superior Court ruling, which said that SeaTac did not have authority to set a minimum wage at the airport. The Supreme Court rejected the argument that the wage did not apply because the airport is owned by the Port of Seattle. The Court stated that Proposition 1 can be enforced at Seattle–Tacoma International Airport because there is no indication that it will interfere with airport operations and that federal labor law does not preempt the provision protecting workers from retaliation.

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