Aging public safety facilities are adversely impacting the ability of our first responders – firefighters, police officers and public works staff – to provide quality service to our community. And, in a major event like an earthquake, these seismically unsafe buildings could prevent emergency teams from providing immediate aid.
The City has a proposal to invest in much-needed public safety facilities and equipment, including fire stations, fire trucks and other lifesaving equipment; a justice center to house the Tukwila Police Department and Municipal Court; and modern Public Works shops. We want your feedback and input! Please join us at one or all of these open houses and learn more about this effort from Tukwila firefighters, police officers and other City staff.
- Wednesday, June 22 – 4:00 to 7:00pm
Fire Station #51, 444 Andover Park East
- Saturday, June 25 – 10:00am to 12:00 noon
Fire Station #52, 5900 South 147th Street
- Sunday, June 26 – 2:00 to 4:00pm
Fire Station #54, 4237 South 144th Street
Visit one of these local fire stations for family fun and to learn more about the City of Tukwila’s Public Safety Plan.
- Activities for kids and adults