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City of Tukwila News
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.
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The City of Tukwila is assisted in its operations in several areas by the volunteers who serve on our Boards and Commissions. Volunteers serve an important function by offering their time and expertise as members. Anyone interested in serving on a Board or Commission can complete an application and submit it to City Hall.
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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.
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.
This is shaping up to be a big year for the City’s Public Safety Plan. After extensive preparation over the last two years, we are ready to begin construction on Fire Stations 51 and 52, the Tukwila Justice Center, and a consolidated Public Works facility. Fire Station 51 will be the first project to kick off.
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