The City of SeaTac is a diverse community where more than 37,000 people work and over 25,000 people reside. SeaTac’s proximity to Sea-Tac International Airport coupled with a large selection of quality, inexpensive housing makes the city an international gateway for a growing population of immigrants and refugees.
Approximately 42 percent of SeaTac’s population is non-Caucasian, with a representation of more than 80 nationalities and 70 different languages.
Spanish is the primary foreign language spoken in SeaTac, followed by Somali and Punjabi.
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