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Seattle Public Utilities | Seattle.gov - Utilities

Seattle Public Utilities' Contact Center is open Monday - Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Call (206) 684-3000 for customer service. (Closed Monday January 18, 2021 for the MLK holiday) Rattlesnake Lake Recreation Area reopened June 11 with limited use and parking. Rattlesnake Ledge Trail (hiking) remains closed.; The engineering records vault and walk-up window, both located at 700 5th

Posted: Friday Jan 15, 2021

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Adopt - Animal Shelter | seattle.gov

Posted: (1 days ago) Due to the limited availability of appointments, please read the pet's profile carefully and only submit an adoption survey for an animal that you are willing and able to follow the recommendations for. If you are considering adopting a rabbit, Guinea pig, bearded dragon, ferret, ...

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Animals and Pets | seattle.gov

Posted: (2 days ago) A support group to help you cope with the loss of a pet. Find an Off-Leash Area Dogs can run, roll over, meet new friends, work out, play with their owners and socialize with canine friends. Foster a Pet Foster dogs, cats or critters with the Seattle Animal Shelter. Join the Seattle Aquarium ...

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License - Animal Shelter | seattle.gov

Posted: (2 days ago) A pet license with up-to-date information helps veterinarians find and contact you should your pet become injured and in need of lifesaving medical treatment. Licensing your pet is the law Seattle Municipal Code Section 9.25.050 requires that all cats, dogs, miniature goats and potbellied pigs be licensed.

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Pets - SDCI | seattle.gov

Posted: (2 days ago) The pet damage deposit must be written into the rental agreement. The renter may pay the pet damage deposit in three consecutive, equal monthly installments that begin when the pet begins living in the rental unit, or the tenant and landlord may agree to an alternative payment schedule. Read the Code. Seattle Municipal Code 7.24.038

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Lost Pets - Animal Shelter | seattle.gov

Posted: (2 days ago) My pet is at the Seattle Animal Shelter. If you believe your pet is at the shelter, please call us at 206-386-7387 (PETS) to make an appointment. When you come to reclaim your pet, please bring a form of photo ID and proof of ownership, and be prepared to pay applicable redemption fees. While we love caring for the animals here, we would like ...

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Found Pets at the Shelter - Animal Shelter | seattle.gov

Posted: (2 days ago) You should also check our listing of adoptable animals if your pet has been lost for more than three days. Visit our Lost Pets page for more tips and resources. My pet is at the Seattle Animal Shelter. If you believe your pet is at the shelter, call us at 206-386-4294. You will require an appointment to reclaim your pet.

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Animal Control - Animal Shelter | seattle.gov

Posted: (2 days ago) Additionally, pet waste must be scooped every 24 hours from the pet owner's property. If you observe a pet owner not scooping their pet's waste and have the address or license plate information of the pet owner, you may report the incident using the service request form.

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Seattle Animal Shelter - Animal Shelter | seattle.gov

Posted: (2 days ago) Seattle Animal Shelter is committed to saving the lives of animals through adoption, foster care, spay and neuter programs, law enforcement and community outreach.

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Surrender Your Pet - Animal Shelter | seattle.gov

Posted: (4 days ago) For the safety of your pet and the pets at the shelter, please keep dogs on leash and cats and critters in secure carriers at all times. Please email [email protected] or call 206-386-4294 to make an appointment or for more information. What to bring. Current photo ID (required)

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Pets vs Service Animals - RentinginSeattle | seattle.gov

Posted: (5 days ago) "No pet" policies do not apply, and training of a service animal is not required. You cannot charge the tenant a pet deposit for their service animal or restrict the breed of the tenant's service animal. A tenant is responsible for the behavior of their service animal and any damage that their service animal causes to the property.

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