Tukwila Parks and Recreation has joined forces with the Rotary Club of SeaTac-Tukwila for the 2022 Spirit of Giving Campaign. Together, we can reduce financial stress for caregivers and help create a time of ease and joy for Tukwila children.
City of Tukwila News
Cool off at Cascade View Community, Joseph Foster Memorial, and Riverton Parks and Tukwila Community Center
Let’s celebrate the commitment and incredible work of our Parks & Recreation staff and the integral role they play in the health of our City’s residents.
Mayor Allan Ekberg’s proclamation recognizes that parks and recreation programs are an essential part of the Tukwila community.
Different locations, days of the week and times are available.
King County Metro is providing free Summer Youth ORCA Passes to all 8th – 12th grade students who are eligible for free or Reduced-Price Lunches at their schools.
Looking for a flexible job to inspire local youth and an opportunity to be part the most diverse community in the Pacific Northwest?
Tukwila Parks & Recreation has something for everyone – from preschool to high school – to make your summer sizzle! Registration fees this year are extra affordable due to funds provided by American Rescue Plan Act, which was established by the U.S. Congress due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Registration for Tukwila residents begins April 25. Open registration begins May 9.
The City of Tukwila and Waste Management are partnering again to offer a Video, Photo, Art Contest for students K-12 who live in, or go to school in, Tukwila. The top prize wins $350!
Apply now for one of Tukwila Parks and Recreation’s seasonal jobs! We have three areas where we are hiring: Parks Maintenance, Recreation Programs, and Foster Golf Links.