Don’t miss Tukwila’s Annual Clean Up on Friday, June 10. Instead of hauling your junk to the transfer station, bring it to your curb for disposal. The Annual Clean Up is designed to help Tukwila households, single-family up to 4 – plex dispose of bulky household items.
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The City’s 2017-2018 budget process has begun, and we would love your input as we move forward on this critical initiative. If you couldn’t make it to one of the budget open houses in person, you still have the opportunity to participate in an online open house on the City’s website and share your thoughts on the 2017-2018 priorities and proposed work plan items.
For ALL Tukwila households, single-family up to 4-plex. Items must be placed at the curb by 7:00am on Friday, June 10 Small items must be bagged, bundled or boxed, less that 3’ by 3’ and less than 65 pounds. Your large items will be collected by appointment only; pick-up must be scheduled by Thursday, June […]
On Saturday, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) bridge inspection team found a deteriorated timber pile cap on the South 129th St bridge that needs to be replaced immediately.
The Tukwila Community Representative position on the King County International Airport Roundtable is currently vacant. The Roundtable provides advice, oversight and assistance to the Airport Director, King County Executive and King County Council on the airport budget, programs, regulations, master plans, noise reduction strategies and other related matters.
Due to the recent news coverage around the country of lead contamination in drinking water, the City has been receiving questions from concerned community members about the safety of the drinking water here in Tukwila.
Tukwila is a member of Cascade Water Alliance and receives it’s water from Seattle Public Utilities (SPU). SPU tests our water source regularly and Tukwila is not aware of any galvanized water services with lead gooseneck fittings.