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 […]
City of Tukwila News
The 2017 Recycling Collection Event takes place on May 13, 2017
This event is for Tukwila Residents only (please bring proof of residency). Rain barrels and compost bins will available for sale.
Interested in serving on a Board or Commission? The City needs you!
The City of Tukwila is assisted in its operations in several areas by the volunteers who serve on our Boards and Commissions. Volunteers serve an important function by offering their time and expertise as members. Anyone interested in serving on a Board or Commission can complete an application and submit it to City Hall.
Did you know that April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month in the City of Tukwila?
The goal of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) is to raise public awareness about sexual assault, to educate communities on how to prevent it, and to give individuals the chance to speak out about ending sexual violence.
DEADLINE EXTENDED: The City of Tukwila is looking for four community volunteers to sit on the Public Safety Plan Siting Advisory Committee
This group will provide input and advice to City officials while siting new facilities for our first responders. The Committee will report on its activities to the Council a minimum of once every six months, and will report more frequently prior to Council decision points, in order to provide up-to-date advice.
Council Chat: Saturday, April 8 at Acme Bowl
Join Councilmember Hougardy this Saturday morning, 10:00 a.m. – 12 noon at Acme Bowl (100 Andover Park West) for this month’s Council Chat.
The Spring/Summer 2017 Hazelnut Newsletter is now available
View the Spring/Summer 2017 Hazelnut Newsletter
Free Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training on April 27, 2017
Following a large scale emergency, professional responders may not be immediately available as they are tasked with multiple priorities. Through CERT training, individuals and organizations learn life-saving response skills to help each other until professionals arrive.