We’re working with Waste Management to make up for the premature closure of the Fall Cleanup Event. If you were impacted by this early closure, send an email to Bob Giberson, Public Works Director with your address and type of items you had planned to drop off. Tukwila and Waste Management apologize for this inconvenience.
City of Tukwila News
The Fall/Winter 2016 Hazelnut Newsletter is now available
View the Fall/Winter 2016 Hazelnut Newsletter
Funding is now available for the Parallel Human Services Application Process
The Cities of Federal Way, Kent and Tukwila are working collectively to make funding available to small organizations that specialize in serving under-served, under-represented, and/or under resourced populations. A total of $50,000 has been set aside by the Cities for addressing or supporting a human services need or priority recognized by the city’s human services board or commission.
Join Rebuilding Together Seattle for a day of free home repair trainings on October 22
Learn basic home repairs and interior design skills to improve the health and safety of your home and provide assistance to your neighbors!
Discover the wonderful world of STEM at the Museum of Flight’s Exploration Expo on October 16
Discover the wonderful world of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) at the Museum of Flight’s Exploration Expo. From fantastic Flying Gizmos to radical robots to revolutionary rocketry and more, the Museum has a variety of innovative education programs for explorers of all ages.
King County Metro seeking input on proposed expansion of Night Owl bus service
Metro is proposing to expand “Night Owl” bus service next year for late-night riders — offering new transit options for getting to or from jobs, the airport, and nightlife between 2 and 5 a.m.
The City of Tukwila Fall Cleanup Event takes place on Saturday, October 15th
In partnership with Waste Management, the City of Tukwila’s Cleanup Event allows residents to drop off hard to dispose of items such as electronic waste, scrap metal, large appliances, furniture, cardboard boxes and yard waste.