The Tukwila Arts Commission encourages citizen participation in the arts, promotes arts in the Tukwila community and advises City officials on arts matters. The Arts Commission will be seeking to fill this vacancy immediately as they are in the midst of planning the 22nd Annual Fine Arts Show in conjunction with the Backyard Wildlife Festival. The position is open until filled, but a first review of applicants will happen on March 26, 2018.
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We’re Building a NEW Playground at Cascade View Community Park….…and WE NEED YOUR HELP! Tukwila Parks and Recreation is the recipient of a KaBOOM! playground grant, funded by Foresters Financial. A new and expanded playground will be installed at Cascade View Community Park on Saturday, July 8, 2017. Cascade View Community Park is one […]
Community members (including children) are needed to help design and plan for a new playground at Cascade View Park.
April 29th, 9:00am Tukwila Community Center Join your friends, neighbors and community for a 5K run or walk next to the beautiful Duwamish River. After the 5K participants will receive the opportunity to plant a native plant. Strollers and dogs (on leashes) are welcomed and of course costumes encouraged. See you on the trail!
Tukwila Parks & Recreation is gearing up for our annual Giving Program, the Spirit of Giving, for Tukwila families. Recipients in this program are typically children and families who are homeless, low-income or in troubled situations. The Spirit of Giving Program is coordinated by event staff but works in partnership with several businesses and local residents.
Join us for Socktober Fest 5K Fun Run & Walk at Foster Golf Links. Wear your craziest socks and help others by donating socks to the Spirit of Giving Campaign. Spirit of Giving volunteers collect household items and gifts to be distributed to Tukwila families in need.
See a pothole on a street that needs attention? Was garbage dumped on your street? Did a street sign get tagged with graffiti? You can now report any issue to the City 24 hours a day using a new mobile app and web-based reporting program
The Tukwila Community Center will be closed for programs and activities beginning March 14th through the 20th for deep cleaning and maintenance. This closure allows the City to address outstanding upkeep issues and undergo additional maintenance to keep our facility safe and clean.
The City is soliciting park name suggestions for the Chinook Wind and Duwamish Gardens habitat restoration sites located on the north side of the river between East Marginal Way South and Tukwila International Boulevard. Read more…