Join us for the 2020 Residential Recycling Collection Event at the new location of the Tukwila Community Center from 9 am to 3 pm on August 22, 2020.
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Explore your travel options with Tukwila In Motion, a program specifically for students, residents, and employees in Tukwila.
Join us for a FREE, interactive workshop on reducing waste, recycling and composting. Attendees will learn how to store food to make it last longer, get resources for reusing materials, learn how to recycle unusual items and take home the official guidelines for recycling and composting in Tukwila, as well as prizes!
The 265th Tukwila Community Garage Sale will take place on Saturday, August 17, 2019! Look for the bright yellow garage sale signs, shop for bargains and meet your neighbors while you support reuse and recycling!
Sign up to hold a yard/garage sale at your Tukwila home at the same time as your neighbors across the city! Declutter and earn money, while reducing the amount of waste that ends up in the landfill.
Join us for the 2019 Residential Recycling Collection Event at the new location of Showalter Middle School from 9 am to 3 pm on April 27, 2019. This event is for Tukwila Residents only (please bring proof of residency).
The state Shoreline Management Act requires that counties, cities, and towns periodically review and, if necessary, update their Shoreline Master Program (SMP) every eight years. The City of Tukwila’s update started in the fall of 2018 and will be complete in 2019.
Blanchard Electric is a major supplier of electrical units and parts to truck, industrial and marine markets in the Puget Sound region and have been in business since 1942. Blanchard Electric has an extremely impressive recycling rate of 98% thanks to an aggressive reuse program.
Under Washington State’s Shoreline Management Act there are specific rules for activities and development within 200 feet of the Green River. Tukwila is conducting a periodic review of its Shoreline Master Program (SMP) to ensure that it is current with changes in law and is consistent with other Tukwila plans and regulations. We are also making some required changes to our rules for critical areas such as wetlands, streams and steep slopes to reflect best available science.
Metro and the City of Tukwila have partnered on a Community Connections project to address the local mobility needs of Tukwila residents, and to improve mobility options for residents traveling to, from and around Tukwila. King County Metro’s Community Connections Program brings mobility services to areas of King County that do not have the infrastructure, density or land use to support traditional bus service.