Most online city functions will be shut down from Friday until Tuesday

by | Aug 30, 2012

The City of Seattle needs to fix a power transmission problem, which directly affects its Data Center. So, starting tomorrow, the city will partially shut down the Data Center to conduct repairs. Everything should be back online on Tuesday.
9-1-1 and other emergency services will not be affected.
Beginning Friday, you won’t be able to pay bills, apply for a permit or business license, view real-time traffic conditions, etc., online. And even in-person activities, such as paying bills or applying for licenses and permits, won’t be available because the computer systems will be offline. That means that Neighborhood Service Centers will be closed on Saturday, including the Ballard location.
The Seattle Animal Shelter will be open but will not be able to issue or renew pet Licenses.
Click here for more info from the city.

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