City of Tukwila E-Hazelnut Newsletter
April  2018
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City of Tukwila Website
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Tukwila Elected Officials
Mayor: Allan Ekberg

Verna Seal (Council President)
Dennis Robertson 
Kathy Hougardy
De'Sean Quinn
Kate Kruller
Thomas McLeod 
Zak Idan

Join us for community dinner and workshop on updating the City's Strategic Plan

We want to hear from you!

As we begin working on the 2019-2020 budget, we want to know:

Do the strategic plan goals we developed together in 2012 still reflect the values of the community?
  1. A Community of Inviting Neighborhoods &Vibrant Business Districts
  2. A Solid Foundation for All Tukwila Residents
  3. A Diverse & Regionally Competitive Economy
  4. A High-Performing & Effective Organization
  5. A Positive Community Identity & Image

Go online to complete a survey, and join your neighbors on May 3rd to share a meal and conversation about our community's future.

Thursday, May 3, 2018, from 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Thorndyke Elementary School
4415 S. 150th St.
Tukwila, WA 98188
  • FREE dinner
  • On-site parking
  • Childcare and children's activities
For more information please contact Mia Navarro at  206-454-7564 or visit www.TukwilaWA.Gov/StrategicPlanUpdate.
The one-day residential curbside clean-up event takes place on June 1, 2018


Don't miss Tukwila's Annual Clean Up  Day on June 1, 2018.  This event is designed to  help single-family residents of Tukwila  dispose of bulky household items.  (You do NOT have to be a Waste Management customer to participate!) 

Households must  place their items at the curb by  7:00 a.m. on Friday, June 1.  Please have all material  bagged, bundled or boxed.  Appliances, furniture and large  items will only be accepted if  collection has been scheduled  by May 31.

View the event flyer for a complete list of items that will be accepted. 

Questions? Call  1-855-TUKWILA (885-9452).
Join us for the Backyard Wildlife Festival and River Run 5k on May 12, 2018

Celebrate wildlife, nature and gardening at the Annual Backyard Wildlife Festival! This event features presentations from local experts, along with a variety of educational exhibitors, arts & craft vendors, speakers and native/garden plant sales. Don't leave the kids at home, there is plenty to keep the entire family entertained and excited - be sure to check out the kid's area.

In conjunction with the Backyard Wildlife Festival this year is the River Run 5k along the beautiful Duwamish River Trail. 
  • Families, Strollers and Pets Welcome!
  • Backyard-Wildlife-themed costumes encouraged!
  • FREE Face Painter on site starting at 8:30am.
  • Register for the River Run 5k
Visit for more information.