Tuesday, August 1 is National Night Out Against Crime! This is a night for America to stand together and promote awareness, safety, and neighborhood unity. National Night Out showcases the vital importance of police-community partnerships and citizen involvement in our fight for a safer nation. On NNO, we invite neighborhoods citywide to join us and “give crime a going away party”.
City of Tukwila News
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 […]
Sign up to hold a yard/garage sale at your Tukwila home at the same time as your neighbors across the city! Declutter and earn money, while reducing the amount of waste that ends up in the landfill.
Join us on June 12 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at the Tukwila Library to learn about rights and resources as you and your family prepare for your housing needs at the end of the school year.
Apologies! This Saturday’s Leaders at the Library has been cancelled: Both the Mayor and Superintendent have been invited to an official celebration for Foster High senior Amy Nguyen and her prestigious Coca Cola Scholarship, which coincides with the June 3 Leaders at the Library event. Stay tuned for a rescheduled date.
Every year a marketing firm working on behalf of the residential security alarm industry generates an inaccurate list of the “most dangerous cities” in the United States. Tukwila consistently makes the list because we have a small residential population, which is dwarfed by the significant amount of people who come to Tukwila to work, shop and play. On average, more than 150,000 people are in Tukwila every day; less than 20,000 people sleep here every night.
Don’t miss Tukwila’s Annual Clean Up on Friday, June 9. 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.
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!
This event is for Tukwila Residents only (please bring proof of residency). Rain barrels and compost bins will available for sale.