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Getting to Know the Community We Serve with with Wildlife Damage Control and Trapping Expertise for Beaver, River Otter, Mountain Beaver, Bobcats, Mink, Muskrats, Nutria, Raccoon, Opossum, Squirrels, Skunks, Bats, and Feral Cats. We Follow Best Management Practices (BMP) for Certified Humane Trapping in the United States as Determined by the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies and International Treaty Guidelines.


Today, Seattle boasts about 618,500 residents and is the 23rd largest metro area in the U.S.

The area was first settled in 1853, and was soon named after a regional chief the locals called Chief Sealth. His name was actually Si’ahl in the Lushootseed language, and he headed the Duwamish and Suquamish Tribes. Fortunately for Seattle inhabitants, he was friendlier to the whites than some of the other tribes.

Since it’s founding and until relatively recently, Seattle has had boom and bust cycles in its economy. Business was seemingly conducted largely by economic opportunity, rather than by long term planning.

Since the area had virgin forests, logging naturally became a major industry, and with port siting, shipbuilding followed.  The Great Seattle Fire of 1889 destroyed the core of the central business district. Nevertheless, the event turned out to be a major blessing for long-term city growth when the area was rebuilt with brick in a safer and more modern fashion.

The famous Alaska gold rush happened in 1897, and Seattle rose to the occasion once again, providing transportation and a vast quantity of supplies.

Again, through fate, Seattle stood poised to boom from WWI shipbuilding, but just 10 years later was devastated by the great depression.  By now, Bill Boeing had established his airplane company in the region prior to WWII, so when the U.S. became involved in the European and Pacific theatres, the plant was converted to making military aircraft that played a major role in winning the war, and getting Seattle back on its feet again.

Boeing’s gamble on the 707 along with Pan American World Airways purchase commitment, really put Seattle on the world map in 1955; and by 1959 planes were flying the Atlantic non-stop.  Boeing became Seattle’s principal employer----when Boeing did well, Seattle boomed.  When airlines reduced orders, Seattle had a major unemployment problem. In fact, during the 1972 recession, things were so bad in Seattle that a now famous duo erected a billboard that said, “will the last person leaving Seattle – turn out the lights”.

The period of 1985 – 1990 found Seattle infused with the economic success of Microsoft, from Redmond, Washington, and benefited greatly from the founding of many tech companies by executives newly flush with Microsoft wealth.  Biotechnology and video game companies followed and Seattle turned the corner from being a single employer city to being dependent upon a broad array of industries hopefully better able as a diverse group to weather economic cycles.

Seattle today is alive and vibrant, and confident about the future. It’s a place one is always so thankful to come home to.

A notable feature in the expanse of Seattle is its myriad of distinct, named neighborhoods who’s original character still clearly exists today. Developers made use of vast tracts of once open land and gave these areas names to promote and distinguish their properties.  Architecture varies greatly from area to area, influenced by designers and the vogue of the era.  All totaled, researchers have located at least 127 of these proud districts.

As well, Seattle melded into and annexed many nearby communities that had also developed to different drummers.  This unique blend of living styles gives Seattle an attraction truly special in the Puget Sound region.

All new residents have to do is choose which neighborhood community is perfect for them!

Experience What Makes Seattle So Special

Space Needle

Seattle Mariners

Inside Amazon: Secrets of an Online Mega-Giant

Boeing History

Major Festivals

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Fish Market

Experience Music Project

History of Starbucks 

Movies Filmed in Seattle

Seattle Symphony

Pacific Northwest Ballet Performance of Nutcracker

Driving Across I-90 Floating Bridge

Washington State Ferries

60’s and 70’s Rock Station DJs from KJR and KOL

KJR 1981 Pat O'Day - Jerry Kaye Phone in Promo

Lan Roberts Wake - TV News Report - Jan 2006

Jimi Hendrix and Pat O'Day - The Northwest Music Matters Monument

Cruisin' 1966 with Pat O'Day on KJR Radio

Old Seattle Radio Saturday: Dick Curtis

Seafair Hydroplane Races - 2009

1954 Seattle Gold Cup

1951 Seafair Gold Cup Hydroplane Race

Blue Angels at Seafair

Dash-80 Barrel Roll at Seafair


Seattle Aquarium

Woodland Park Zoo

Comcast Neighborhoods Features Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo

Seattle Underground Tour

Museum of Flight

Comcast Neighborhoods at Seattle Museum of Flight

Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture

Cruise Ship Stopover


Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Port of Seattle - 1

Port of Seattle – 2

Alaska Airlines

Air to Air Footage of Alaska Jets

University of Washington

University of Washington Campus Tour

Greatest Moments at Husky Stadium - "All I Saw Was Purple"

Greatest Moments at Husky Stadium - "The James Gang Arrives"

Seattle Pacific University

Cornish College of the Arts

Seattle Children’s Hospital

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Washington State Convention Center

Hiram M. Chittenden Locks – 1

Hiram M. Chittenden Locks - 2

Ballard Locks

Chinatown International District

Seattle International District - Pt. 1 on Comcast Neighborhoods

Seattle International District - Pt. 2 on Comcast Neighborhoods

Pioneer Square

Seattle’s Pioneer Square on Comcast Neighborhoods

Washington Park Arboretum – 1

Washington Park Arboretum – 2

Fisherman’s Terminal in Seattle

Seattle Center

Comcast Neighborhoods: Seattle Center

Seattle Waterfront


“The Bluest Skies Are in Seattle” TV Hit Song

Dick’s Drive-In on 45th

J.P. Patches ICU2TV Birthday Wish

J.P. Patches at His Original Queen Anne TV Home in Seattle  

JP Patches and Robot

Remembering JP Patches  

JP Patches R.I.P. Old Friend

For JP Patches – Goodbye My Friend

King Dome Demolition

Lake Union Floating Homes and Water Lifestyles

Lake Union Seattle Houseboat Tour

Come Aboard Seattle Floating Homes!

Seattle Houseboats

Snow and Sailing Around Seattle Houseboats

2008 Opening Day Boat Parade

Seattle Boating Opening Day - Rick Miner

Setting The Scene: 25th Annual Windermere Cup

Seattle Yacht Club Opening Day Wilson Seamanship 2010

Tour of Seattle Neighborhoods

Seattle Skyline from 1950’s til 2011

Dave Niehaus, Seattle Mariners Announcer

A Tribute in Memory of Dave Niehaus

Shipwrecks of Lake Union: Seattle’s Hidden History

Flying Over Seattle to Land at Seatac Airport

Discovery Park in Seattle

West Point Lighthouse, Discovery Park

Relocating to Seattle

NextStop.TV - Next Stop:  Seattle, Washington

Comcast Neighborhoods:  Ballard

Comcast Neighborhoods:  South Lake Union

King County Communities – District 8

Useful Links and Local Features

City of Seattle

Mayor’s State of the City Address – February 19, 2013

Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce

Thinking of Moving Here?

Visiting Seattle

Landing in Seattle

Welcome to Seattle

Visiting the Emerald City

Visiting Seattle – SeattleChannel21

How Seattle Works Seattle City Guide

Touring Seattle

Pinoy Travel Channel - Seattle

Seattle Washington Travel Guide

City Helicopter Tour

Know What’s Below, Call Before You Dig

Pest Extermination Expertise for Seattle - Trey Shelton

Bee, Wasp and Yellow Jacket Nest Removal for Seattle - Trey Shelton

Beaver, Otter, Mt. Beaver, and Raccoon Trapping for Seattle - Trey Shelton

Tree Removal, Topping and Thinning - Mike Green

Real Estate Expertise – Beth Toomey

Real Estate Expertise – Roger Kinnaman

Real Estate Expertise – Stephen Saunders

Real Estate Expertise – Ricklie Stone and Ron Waxman  

Real Estate Expertise – John Deely

Real Estate Expertise – David Bell

Real Estate Expertise – Barbara Clark

Real Estate Expertise - Cori Whitaker

Real Estate Expertise – Terry Miller

Real Estate Expertise - Marlow Harris

Air Duct Cleaning

Roofing Expertise

Roof Repair Expertise - Dan Everts

Gutter Expertise

Drainage and Structural Expertise

Home Inspections – Mark Daughtry

Handicraftsman Expertise – Roger McColley

Professional Painting Expertise - Matt Elam and PJ Clarke

Irrigation, Lighting, Backflow Device Testing, Service & Repair - Dave Sheldon

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