Our Vision for a Better SeaTac
As a father of three, neighborhood safety is a top concern for me, as it is for many of our residents.
Let’s build bridges between our diverse community, police, and first responders to restore trust, and make SeaTac a safer place to live, work and raise a family.
We can fight crime by improving response times and expanding community crime prevention programs by creating partnerships with police, the port, small business, and community members.
Equitable Economic Growth + Affordability
Promote economic growth that benefits all residents, not just corporations around the airport.
Stop displacement of working families and seniors by developing bold policies to increase affordable housing and renters’ protections.
Livability + Strong Schools
Invest in all of our neighborhoods - more sidewalks, senior services, parks and safe routes to school
Work together with teachers, parents and the school district to improve local schools and empower families
Representation + Community Voice
Make inclusion and diversity a fundamental part of our decision-making process
Create a welcoming space for more community participation in our city government