The city limits embrace 10.5 square miles, including the airport and more than 32,000 residents, and swells with more than 80,000 workers and travelers on an average weekday. Minor populations make up over 70 percent of the City’s population. Almost 40 percent of residents were born outside the United States, and just over 50 percent of residents speak a language other than English while at home. The city is home to approximately 950 business, about 70 of which are "Fortune 1000" companies. Companies such as Alaska Air and Horizon have their headquarters in SeaTac.
SeaTac offers a number of quality residential neighborhoods and housing options to suit most every income. Residents share in the variety of cultural community events found in Southwest King County such as the International Festival in June and the Theatre in the Park summer concert series. The city maintains seven parks, two community centers, a skate park, off-leash dog park, Highline SeaTac Botanical Garden, and the Sieke Japanese Garden.
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