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7/15
While state and local restrictions have lifted and many people are returning to life the way it was before the pandemic, the financial impacts of COVID-19 are still making it hard for many of our neighbors to pay their bills. Seattle Public Utilities [...]
7/12
As a public utility, SPU values community health & safety. During COVID-19, our teams have increased innovative essential services for our unhoused neighbors. SPU’s RV Wastewater Pump-Out Pilot program started in spring 2020 and provides [...]
6/27
Monday customers: Set out recycling & garbage ONLY at 6am. Do not set out food/yard. Food/yard waste will be collected next Monday. Tuesday customers: Set out all carts by 6am. Wednesday – Friday customers: No changes. Monday customers will [...]
6/25
The Pacific Northwest is expecting record temperatures this weekend across the region.  As a reminder, all of Seattle Public Utilities’ 23 drinking water fountains across the city are working, and we recently replaced several drinking water [...]
6/25
Seattle’s North & South Transfer Stations will close at 2 pm on Sunday (6/27/21) and Monday (6/28/21) to self-haul customers. This is in an effort to protect SPU staff and our customers from heat related illnesses while [...]
6/15
The U.S. Plastics Pact Roadmap Outlines Specific Actions and Responsibilities to Realize a Circular Economy for Plastics in America  (JUNE 15, 2021) –100% of plastic packaging to be reusable, recyclable, or compostable by [...]
6/8
Transfer Stations will Open at 10am on the First Wednesday of Each Month Starting July, 2021. Beginning July, 2021, Seattle Public Utilities’ North & South Transfer Stations will implement new hours, opening at 10 a.m. on the first [...]

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.