A new master plan is being developed for Tukwila Pond Park. Please join us to share your ideas for how you would improve this hidden gem.
City of Tukwila News
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.
You’re invited to participate in any or all activities to honor Earth Month and the 50th anniversary of Earth Day! 10AM – 2PM | Duwamish Alive! Restoration work party, Duwamish Hill Take action in saving our salmon and orca by helping to restore vital habitat within the Green-Duwamish Watershed which is home to all 5 […]
The City of Tukwila has been collaborating with the community to develop an updated plan for the city’s parks, recreation, and open space system (the PROS Plan). The plan establishes a vision for investments, and ongoing maintenance and management of this system for the next six-plus years. The plan includes solutions for projects, programs, and […]
On Saturday, December 14, 2019, staff and volunteers with Tukwila Parks and Recreation hosted the annual Spirit of Giving Family Event at the Tukwila Community Center. This annual event is made possible by several generous individuals, businesses, and community organizations. Over 425 Tukwila children and their caregivers were invited and welcomed to the event.
Tukwila Parks & Recreation and the Tukwila Children’s Foundation have joined forces for the 2019 Spirit of Giving Campaign. With help from generous businesses, organizations, and community members, we will reduce financial stress for caregivers and help create a time of ease and JOY for Tukwila children this winter.
There will be no fireworks display at Fort Dent Park this year. If you’re looking for a new place to view fireworks, check out this great list of options.
Over 55? We want to know what kinds of activities and programs you need and want. The City is currently assessing recreation programs and services for older adults. Results will help plan future activities and services for those that live in Tukwila.
Tukwila Parks and Recreation, with BIG of help from others, has provided items of need, along with toys, to over 300 children in Tukwila each winter for the past several years. This year, we’re striving to collect enough items to help 350-400 kids and their families.
Due to extremely poor air quality, Family Fest is rescheduled for September 19th, 3:00pm-6.00pm. The health and safety of the community is always the first priority for Tukwila Parks and Recreation.