With the Recology Tukwila Solid Waste Contract taking effect on November 1st, we want to ensure that all customers have access to the necessary resources for a successful transition.
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We have had an unusually dry summer and the Seattle Regional Water System is facing a potential water shortage this fall. Cascade is asking customers to voluntarily reduce their water use.
Join us for a community meeting on May 23rd to learn more about the alternatives, ask the project team questions, and provide comments.
The City of Tukwila is developing a new transportation plan that will shape decisions on walking, biking, rolling, driving, and taking transit for the next 20 years. We want to hear about your transportation needs.
WM is adjusting Tukwila collection routes for maximum efficiency. Beginning Monday, Feb. 27, many Tukwila residential customers will have a new collection day.
Community input is needed as the City prepares an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to evaluate alternatives to reroute existing BNSF truck traffic in Allentown.
We need your input to prioritize actions we can take to reduce pollution and improve overall water quality in Riverton Creek.
Residents are invited to provide comments on the Plan on Wednesday, November 2nd from 4pm to 6pm through Microsoft Teams
The Annual Clean Up Day is designed to help Tukwila residents dispose of bulky household items. Residents must be a Waste Management customer to participate.
Successful planning and consensus requires your input and ideas and we want your feedback as the City develops its SMAP. Please complete the online survey by June 10th.