How should we make the community’s goals for Tukwila International Boulevard a reality? The dream for the area is to have a complete neighborhood and community that is thriving, multi-cultural, residential and business, and is a vibrant place to live, work, shop and play. The neighborhood is safe, walkable and a destination with an authentic main street. There is also an emphasis on attracting self-sustaining, living wage employment opportunities.
Bring your ideas to the TIB Community Workshop. We’ll be making choices on where to put stores, housing, and offices; how high to allow buildings; how much parking should be provided and where it should be located. We’ll also look at the need for new private or public parks, streets or walkways, or other public facilities.
Church by the Side of the Road – Community Room 1
3455 South 148th Street (corner of TIB/S 148th Street)
Thursday, February 23 – 6:00–7:30pm
Saturday, February 25 – 6:30–8:00pm
Attend both public sessions. The first session is the opportunity to talk about your ideas. At the second session, you’ll be able to respond to the working group’s draft proposal based upon your comments, the comments from the rest of the community, and the information from stakeholder groups. You are also welcome to drop in and observe on Friday, February 24, between 1:00 and 3:30 and on Saturday, February 25, between 10:30 and noon.
A team of consultants will advise and discuss with you the choices and the trade-offs, and how to transition from existing conditions to a new neighborhood. Visit the Tukwila International Boulevard Neighborhood Planning page and read about the team that will be assisting the community in making YOUR neighborhood goals a reality.