City of Tukwila News

Join us at Tukwila Village for a FREE community concert with the Seattle Symphony on Sunday, October 21, 2018

Cellist Seth Parker Woods joins the Seattle Symphony and Associate Conductor Pablo Rus Broseta in a program full of beauty and drama. Experience Mahler’s love song to his wife in the Adagietto from his Fifth Symphony, Ravel’s interpretation of the Jewish mourning song Kaddish, and the remarkable exploration into new colors and expressivity in British composer Rebecca Saunders’ Ire.


The Fall/Winter 2018 Hazelnut Newsletter is now available

The Tukwila Planning Commission currently has a Member Resident Opening for a 4 year term ending 12/31/2022. Tukwila’s Planning Commission also sits as the City’s Board of Architectural Review and so has two main roles. The first is to promote and coordinate comprehensive long-range planning, growth-management, and environmental protection. They do this by reviewing and […]


Learn about shoreline and critical areas updates at an open house on October 9, 2018.

Under Washington State’s Shoreline Management Act there are specific rules for activities and development within 200 feet of the Green River. Tukwila is conducting a periodic review of its Shoreline Master Program (SMP) to ensure that it is current with changes in law and is consistent with other Tukwila plans and regulations. We are also making some required changes to our rules for critical areas such as wetlands, streams and steep slopes to reflect best available science.


A strike of the Western Washington Crane Operators and other workers is currently impacting all City of Tukwila road construction projects

A strike of the Western Washington Crane Operators and other workers is currently impacting all City of Tukwila road construction projects (42nd Avenue S, 53rd Avenue S, and the Boeing Access Road Bridge Rehabilitation). Until the labor agreement is settled, all of the City’s projects are affectively stopped and no work is being performed.


Transportation advisory group volunteer opportunity

Metro and the City of Tukwila have partnered on a Community Connections project to address the local mobility needs of Tukwila residents, and to improve mobility options for residents traveling to, from and around Tukwila. King County Metro’s Community Connections Program brings mobility services to areas of King County that do not have the infrastructure, density or land use to support traditional bus service.