The City has a proposal to invest in much-needed public safety facilities and equipment, including fire stations, fire trucks and other lifesaving equipment; a justice center to house the Tukwila Police Department and Municipal Court; and modern Public Works shops. We want your feedback and input! Please join us at one or all of these open houses and learn more about this effort from Tukwila firefighters, police officers and other City staff.
City of Tukwila News
A new way to report an issue to the City
See a pothole on a street that needs attention? Was garbage dumped on your street? Did a street sign get tagged with graf fiti? You can now report any issue to the City 24 hours a day us ing a new mobile app and web-based reporting program
Valley Communication Center, our 911 Dispatch, is Hiring!
Are you ready for an amazing career? Are you ready to make a difference in someone’s life several times every single day? Are you ready to be part of a cohesive 911 team that sets the standard in the industry? Join our team for a steady paced, ever-changing fascinating work experience!
June 10 Annual Clean-up Event Update
On Tuesday, the City will review that each neighborhood has had their items picked up, and if items still remain, the City will collect them. If an item has not been picked up by end-of-day Tuesday, please call the City at 206-433-0179. Thank you for your patience with this overwhelming interest and participation in the Annual Clean-up event.
Big weekend lane reductions on southbound I-5 start in July for Tukwila, SeaTac and Des Moines
Drivers should plan a strategy now for weekend work on a project to rehabilitate southbound Interstate 5 south of Seattle. Starting July 8, drivers will see the first of five weekend lane reductions on southbound I-5, with sections reduced to two lanes from 10 p.m. Fridays to 5 a.m. Mondays each weekend.
Our House is YOUR House! The City of Tukwila invites you to an OPEN HOUSE – come see where public safety lives!
Aging public safety facilities are adversely impacting the ability of our first responders – firefighters, police officers and public works staff – to provide quality service to our community. And, in a major event like an earthquake, these seismically unsafe buildings could prevent emergency teams from providing immediate aid.