Report and track non-emergency issues with Tukwila Works
To help reduce transmission of COVID-19; to keep our community safe; and to align with the orders of the Governor and King County Executive, the City has suspended its Tukwila Works online reporting tool to report non-emergency issues. We apologize for the inconvenience this has caused. You can still report an issue by emailing TukwilaWorks@TukwilaWa.gov or calling (206) 433-1800.
Per SeeClickFix, all categories have been disabled until further notice.
The City of Tukwila has added an online reporting tool called Tukwila Works. This tool allows citizens to report and track non-emergency issues through the City’s website or via a smartphone app. For emergencies, please dial 9-1-1.
To use the City’s website: Click the ‘Report’ tab below. Drag the marker to the location of the issue or type the address and click ‘Next’. Select a category, type a summary and description of the issue. You may upload an image if available. Your email address is required for submission. Click ‘Submit’.
To use a mobile app: Download the SeeClickFix App using an iPhone or Android phone. Follow the prompts from the app. The tool works best when you are at the location of the issue you want to report. The smartphone app automatically locates where you are, lets you take a photo of the problem and makes it faster and easier to direct City resources to where the problem is. By answering just a few questions, your complaint is submitted and you will receive an email or a message response letting you know we received your report. As your issue goes through the resolution process, you’ll receive updates and a message when the investigation of your issues is completed.
Tracking: The status of issues reported through SeeClickFix is viewable below. Click on the list of issues to the left or by location on the map to view details of the issue. You may follow an issue by clicking ‘Fix it’ or comment on an issue through the issue details.
Issues that have been closed will be left on the site for 30 days, after which time they will be removed from view.