Click here for PDF version February 28, 2023 Dear Tukwila Community, We are deeply concerned and saddened by the death of Tyre Nichols at the hands of five officers of […]
City of Tukwila News
Pro/Con Committee Members Needed for Minimum Wage Ballot Measure
The City Council is seeking individuals to serve on the voters’ pamphlet pro and con committees.
We’d like your feedback on the upcoming 2023/24 Biennial Budget
Mayor Ekberg and the City Council want community feedback on the City’s upcoming 2023/2024 biennial budget. We are providing an opportunity for you – Tukwila’s residents, businesses and other stakeholders – to express your priorities for distributing the next City budget.
Budget Town Hall Meeting – July 12, 2022, 5:30 p.m.
Join the City Council at a Town Hall on the 2023-2024 Biennial Budget
Share Your View – Fireworks
The City Council is considering a proposal to allow the sale and use of certain types of consumer fireworks in Tukwila, and would like to hear your thoughts.
Take the 42nd Ave S. Bridge Replacement Survey
We’d like to know your thoughts on the alignment of the 42nd Ave S. Bridge replacement by filling out a survey by March 23rd, 2022.
Join us for a Proposed Tukwila Teen & Senior Center Program Overview Meeting on January 18, 2022
The City of Tukwila cordially invites you to attend our next online virtual meeting regarding the “Proposed Tukwila Teen & Senior Center Program Overview.” During this presentation residents, community members, business and guest will be updated on the project and potential programming for the Tukwila Teen & Senior Center.
Holiday Lights Winners!
Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Holiday Lights Contest!
Celebrate the season by participating in the 2021 Tukwila Holiday Lights Contest!
The City of Tukwila invites you to enter your home or business in our 8th annual Holiday Lights Contest.
Boards & Commissions Openings: An excellent opportunity to see how you can help your community
The City of Tukwila is assisted in its operations in several areas by the volunteers who serve on our Boards, Commissions and Committees. These advisory bodies provide guidance to decision-makers and represent the diverse viewpoints of the community, bringing public participation into government.