Mayor Allan Ekberg’s proclamation recognizes that parks and recreation programs are an essential part of the Tukwila community.
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The City of Tukwila and Waste Management are partnering again to offer a Video, Photo, Art Contest for students K-12 who live in, or go to school in, Tukwila. The top prize wins $350!
Art is literally a living element at the recently completed Riverton Flapgate Removal Project, next to and along the Green River Trail. Trail users can take in five art pieces as they make their way east along the trail between Tukwila International Boulevard and East Marginal Way South.
The City of Tukwila cordially invites you to attend our next online virtual meeting regarding the “Proposed Tukwila Teen & Senior Center Program Overview.” During this presentation residents, community members, business and guest will be updated on the project and potential programming for the Tukwila Teen & Senior Center.
Throughout 2021 the project team has held more than 65 meetings, hearing the community’s ideas about the center’s value, desired functions, look & feel, and more. Now we’d like to know your site preference.
The City of Tukwila will be installing utility box artwork beginning in 2021 through 2023. The first round of artwork has been installed with a unique graphic wrapping eleven different utility boxes.
Splash daily from 10 am – 8 pm July 2 through Labor Day.
Arts-in-the-Parks, a mural program, improves the visual vibrancy, connection, and interest to Tukwila’s beautiful parks system while supporting the local art scene. Tukwila Parks and Recreation worked with Urban Artworks […]