A statement from Mayor Ekberg on today’s verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.
City of Tukwila News
Join the second Tukwila Pond Park Community Meeting to see ideas and concepts, and share comments to help shape the new master plan.
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.
Sign up for a free gardening class, join neighbors at a local park for restoration, take a self-guided native plant tour, or spend an afternoon by the river cleaning up litter with volunteers.
Interested in helping guide the direction of your community? If you have considered serving in public office, four City Council seats are up for election this year.
A false alarm is a signal from an alarm system that requires a response by the police and/or fire when no emergency, actual or threatened criminal activity requiring immediate response exists.
The Tukwila Planning Commission currently has a Member Resident opening for the remainder of a 4-year term ending 12/31/2023. Interested parties should complete a City of Tukwila Boards and Commissions Application and return it to the Mayor’s Office by March 31, 2021.
On Monday, January 11, the City Council adopted Resolution 2017, establishing titles, scopes and schedule for its standing committees this year.
Tukwila seniors now have a new way to receive information about Parks and Recreation programs, community services, and older adult resources – the Tukwila Senior Scoop.
We were sad not to have a grand openings for the new Justice Center and Fire Station 51 when they recently went into service. We hope the public will get a chance to visit them as soon as it is safe. Until then, please enjoy these virtual tours of the new facilities.