The City of Tukwila will be installing utility box artwork beginning in 2021 through 2023. The first round of artwork has been installed with a unique graphic wrapping eleven different utility boxes.
City of Tukwila News
TCC Spray Park OPENS on July 2
Splash daily from 10 am – 8 pm July 2 through Labor Day.
Tukwila Pond Master Plan Community Meeting #2
Join the second Tukwila Pond Park Community Meeting to see ideas and concepts, and share comments to help shape the new master plan.
Tukwila Senior Scoop – Newsletter
Tukwila seniors now have a new way to receive information about Parks and Recreation programs, community services, and older adult resources – the Tukwila Senior Scoop.
Parks and Recreation Implements Safety Recommendations in Response to COVID-19
The City of Tukwila and Tukwila Parks and Recreation are committed to protecting the health of our community, facility users, and staff. The City has been actively involved in monitoring […]
Comment on the Draft Parks, Recreation & Open Space Plan
The City of Tukwila has been collaborating with the community to develop an updated plan for the city’s parks, recreation, and open space system (the PROS Plan). The plan establishes […]
Spirit of Giving Program helps 425 children and their caregivers this December.
On Saturday, December 14, 2019, staff and volunteers with Tukwila Parks and Recreation hosted the annual Spirit of Giving Family Event at the Tukwila Community Center. This annual event is made possible by several generous individuals, businesses, and community organizations. Over 425 Tukwila children and their caregivers were invited and welcomed to the event.
2019 Spirit of Giving – Gift Drive
Tukwila Parks & Recreation and the Tukwila Children’s Foundation have joined forces for the 2019 Spirit of Giving Campaign. With help from generous businesses, organizations, and community members, we will reduce financial stress for caregivers and help create a time of ease and JOY for Tukwila children this winter.
Over 55? Please share activities & programs you want & need.
Over 55? We want to know what kinds of activities and programs you need and want. The City is currently assessing recreation programs and services for older adults. Results will help plan future activities and services for those that live in Tukwila.
Volunteers Needed to Help Build a NEW Playground at Cascade View Community Park – Saturday, July 8th
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 […]