Due to budget reductions associated with the coronavirus pandemic, the City of Tukwila will disable the Tukwila Works online reporting tool for 2020.
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Like many other local governments, the City of Tukwila faces an immediate budget shortfall due to the coronavirus pandemic. The City is losing revenues from sales, gambling and utility taxes as a result of the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order. Such revenue losses require expenditure reductions, resulting in an impact to City services.
Statements from Mayor Ekberg and Council President Quinn on recent events locally and across the nation.
Many Tukwila restaurants are offering pick up and/or delivery options during the Stay Home, Stay Healthy Order. Help support Tukwila restaurants by ordering from one of the restaurants listed here.
The City of Tukwila Scholarship Program was established in 2014. The mission of the scholarship is to provide financial assistance to individuals enrolled for undergraduate study in community colleges, colleges, trade schools and universities.
The City of Tukwila has compiled a range of information being developed by various agencies and governments that may be helpful to businesses and workers.
To help reduce transmission of COVID-19; to keep our community safe; and to align with the orders of the Governor and King County Executive, the City has suspended its Tukwila Works online reporting tool to report non-emergency issues.
Starting March 12, households will begin receiving Census Bureau letters in the mail with instructions on how to complete the 2020 Census, which can be done online, by mail or over the phone. This is the first time the public will be asked to complete the census online.
The human services funding application process for 2021-2022 allocations will open on Wednesday, March 4th, 2020.
The City of Tukwila is actively engaged in the regional effort to address the coronavirus. For more information, visit King County Public Health, which has a wealth of resources, including information in other languages.