Burien District Roundtable on Crime Mitigation Strategies will be Wed., July 20

EDITOR’S NOTE: South King Media Founder/Publisher Scott Schaefer serves on the Board of Directors for the Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce. Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce’s quarterly Burien District Roundtable […]

Former Guardian Angel Benjamin Hammond looks to start safety patrol in SeaTac

SAVE THE DATE: Registration for Community Emergency Response Team training begins July 1

Police issue statement regarding school safety in King County

Highline High School Grand Opening events have been postponed

Burien Police arrest man suspected of stealing catalytic converter

Burien City Council unanimously passes 3-pronged public safety plan

Burien City Council to consider $610,000 plan to boost public safety downtown

Seattle Southside Chamber Public Safety forum will be this Tuesday night, June 29

Highline Amateur Radio Club’s annual Emergency Communications Event will be Sat., June 26

REMINDER: Online Public Safety Event will be Thursday night, April 29

Seattle Southside Chamber and Burien Police holding Public Safety Forum April 29

LETTER: 81 local business owners share concerns about crime in Burien

Show your support for the AAPI community at Burien rally this afternoon

Start of hybrid learning postponed for Highline Public Schools

Highline School board meetings will be held in-person starting next month

SAFE, SOCIAL & SECURE at Solstice Senior Living at Normandy Park

King County Sheriff’s Office offers tips to prevent porch pirates during holiday shipping season

Gov. Inslee announces new restrictions relating to COVID-19 pandemic surge

NOTICE: Burien’s ‘Halloween Block’ on 22nd Ave SW will only be partially active this year

Tips for a safe and fun Halloween from the WA State Department of Health

Burien City Council hosting Special Meeting on Public Safety on Monday, Sept. 14

FREE Cloth Face Coverings available for Burien residents starting this Thursday

FREE Safe Start PPE Kit Pickups will be available in Tukwila on Wed., July 8

King County announces plans to reopen limited business activity in COVID-19 recovery