On May 11, 2020, the City Council approved a statement denouncing COVID-19 related discrimination.
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NOTICE OF CHANGES TO COUNCIL MEETINGS BASED ON GOVERNOR’S PROCLAMATION 20-28 TO REDUCE THE SPREAD OF COVID-19
The City Council is seeking to fill a resident position on the Public Safety Bond Financial Oversight Committ
At its Monday, December 9 meeting, the City Council and Mayor honored Councilmember Dennis Robertson with a resolution on the occasion of his retirement from public service.
The City of Tukwila invites you to enter your home or business in our sixth annual Holiday Lights Contest.
Due to the harm caused by waste plastics on our community and environment, the City Council is considering legislation that would regulate the use of bags at retail establishments.
Join Council President Kathy Hougardy in conversation this Saturday at the Community Center.
To help Tukwila residents get to know the candidates for the Mayor and Council positions in the upcoming election, the City of Tukwila offers its third Video Voters’ Guide as a resource for voters. Each candidate for City office participated, recording a two-minute statement. These were compiled into the voter’s guide video, which is introduced by the City’s summer interns from Foster High School.
Join Councilmember Zak Idan on Saturday, August 3 in the Tukwila Library Meeting Room. Meet with Councilmember Idan and share your thoughts and ideas on community issues in Tukwila.
Confidence in the future of your city comes easier when you know that good people are exploring ways they can take part in the workings of their local government. For those interested in serving the community by running for office, several opportunities are available this year in Tukwila.