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Search and discover your state with Sea-Tac Yellow Pages. The directory gives you 411 on local businesses in the SeaTac metropolitan region. Valuable details include reverse phone number lookup, maps, email addresses and fax numbers can be found here. If you are an owner, keeping your information up to date gives you maximum benefit from Washington’s yellow pages. Customers looking to buy from you will then be able to find you.

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SeaTac Information

The SeaTac Metropolitan Area consists of the city of Seattle, King County, Snohomish County and Pierce County. All are located within the Puget Sound region. The 2010 census reported over 3.4 million people living here.

The city of Seattle has a population of over 632,000. The seaport is one of the fastest growing regions in America. Abundant lumber resources are also found in the area. The growth of the tech industry has become a center point in the growth. Commercial fishing, tourism, the University of Washington as well as other Seattle based colleges round out the city’s diverse experiences.

Tacoma’s population was 198,397 in the 2010 census. It became the terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Several colleges can be found here. A major economic driver and employer in the Tacoma area is joint base Lewis-McChord with companies that support the military presence. Tourism thrives with many festivals found here.

Bellevue is located between two lakes-Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish in King county and has grown to be a bedroom community of Seattle. The population of Bellevue is 122,000. Bellevue is the 6th wealthiest community in the state and has been ranked high as a business friendly city.

Everett is the largest city in Snohomish County, Washington. Everett is only 25 miles north of Seattle with a population of over 104,000 making it the sixth largest city in the state. With over 1,600 acres of parks and playgrounds and close to fifty miles of shoreline visitors can enjoy salmon fishing, ride a bike, stroll along the boardwalk or just relax. With over 30,000 Boeing employees aviation is a major driver of the Everett economy. It is the home port for the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier. Also located here is the international shipping port of Everett which brings economic opportunity, jobs and recreational opportunities to the local area.

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Additional Directories Surrounding Sea-Tac, WA

Nearby directories include Des Moines, Kent, Federal Way, Newcastle, Seattle, and Covington. Larger regions include Puget Sound, Western Washington, and Washington.

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