Mayor Ekberg and the City Council want community feedback on the City’s upcoming 2023/2024 biennial budget. We are providing an opportunity for you – Tukwila’s residents, businesses and other stakeholders – to express your priorities for distributing the next City budget.
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Tukwila Parks and Recreation has joined forces with the Rotary Club of SeaTac-Tukwila for the 2022 Spirit of Giving Campaign. Together, we can reduce financial stress for caregivers and help create a time of ease and joy for Tukwila children.
The City of Tukwila is proposing a B&O tax on businesses within Tukwila city limits that generate gross revenues greater than $750,000 annually, to fund public safety investments.
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
You can now view the Proposed 2023/2024 Biennial Budget and the latest updates on the Budgets page.
Apply now for 1 or 2 FREE trees! Tukwila residents can apply to receive free trees through the Tukwila tree giveaway, a pilot program aimed at growing our urban forest. […]
The 27th Tukwila Community Garage Sale will take place on Saturday August 20, 2022. Signup today to hold a sale at your home at the same time as residents throughout Tukwila.
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.
Cool off at Cascade View Community, Joseph Foster Memorial, and Riverton Parks and Tukwila Community Center
The City Council is seeking individuals to serve on the voters’ pamphlet pro and con committees.