Over the last 10 months, over 500 asylees have passed through an encampment site owned and managed by the Riverton Park United Methodist Church (RPUMC) in Tukwila. Learn more about the actions the City is taking to help address the crisis and raise awareness.
City of Tukwila News
Every quarter, an update to the citywide work plan is included in a City Council meeting packet as an update to Councilmembers and the public on the activities and efforts […]
Today, pursuant to powers granted under the Tukwila Municipal Code, Mayor Allan Ekberg has declared a State of Emergency to address the growing number of asylum seekers in the region who are seeking assistance in the City of Tukwila.
The City of Tukwila is recruiting a diverse group of Tukwila community members and business representatives to serve on the new Financial Sustainability Committee.
To help Tukwila residents get to know the candidates for the Mayor and Council positions in the upcoming election, the City of Tukwila offers this Video Voters’ Guide as a resource for voters.
The City of Tukwila is creating a Financial Sustainabilty Committee to advise the Mayor and Council about the future of City services, taxes, and fees.
In 2020, Tukwila’s City Council adopted Resolution 1992, declaring that Juneteenth will be recognized in our community every year. The event is a celebration of emancipation as well as an opportunity to honor African
Americans through continued learning and understanding of the impacts of slavery and resiliency.
The Tukwila Planning Commission currently has a Resident representative opening for the remainder of a 4-year term ending 12/31/2026. Interested parties should complete a City of Tukwila Boards and Commissions Application and return it to the Mayor’s Office by June 25, 2023.
The City of Tukwila is seeking High School Student Interns to assist the City with various projects and programs, and to learn about working in city government.
Pro/Con Committee Members needed for Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority Annexation Proposition