Law Enforcement Training Exercise
Law enforcement will conduct training exercises over the next few days on Tukwila International Boulevard near S 144th Street. Residents should not be alarmed by the presence of loud noises during this time, and should be aware that the sidewalk on the east side of Tukwila International Boulevard may be closed during these exercises.
Bulky Item Collection Event takes place on September 27, 2014
Feeling like it’s time for a little autumn clean-up? Let
us help you get rid of those bulky things still lurking
around your home. In partnership with Waste
Management, Tukwila’s cleanup event allows city
residents to drop off hard-to-dispose-of items (identification
and proof of residency required).
Between 8:30am and 3:00pm, come to one of two
Saar’s Super Saver Foods
3725 South 144th Street
Tukwila Community Center
12424 - 42nd Avenue South
QUESTIONS? Call 206-431-2445 or 1-855-TUKWILA, or visit WMNorthwest.com/tukwila. View the flyer below to
see which types of items will be accepted.
(Click to view flyer)
Try out the new RapidRide F line through Tukwila - with a Free $10 Orca card!
Tap into Metro with a complimentary ORCA card! Sign up online to receive an ORCA card preloaded with a $10 balance, then try the new King County Metro RapidRide F Line to explore Tukwila and beyond by bus. Use RapidRide to get from Burien to the Landing in Renton, or the Tukwila International Boulevard station to Federal Way. You can stop at Southcenter, Sea-Tac Airport, Tukwila’s Sounder Station, Renton Boeing, or anywhere in-between. With service every 15 minutes, 7 days a week until 8:00pm, it’s easy to travel to jobs, schools, parks, libraries, shopping and more. Check out area maps and connect with all your travel options at KingCounty.gov/GetYouThere/Tukwila. ORCA card offer expires September 30, 2014.
Sign up now for the Fall 2014 Tukwila Citizens’ Police Academy
The Fall 2014 Tukwila Citizens’ Police Academy will be held on Monday and Wednesday evenings 6:30-9pm from September 24 to October 29th. Most of the classes will be held at Foster High School. It’s a 12-session program providing Tukwila residents, employees and merchants with first-hand information about the operations of Tukwila’s Police Department. This program is designed to strengthen working relationships vital to problem solving and quality-of-life issues in our community. There is NO COST to attend this class.
The City of Tukwila continues to provide its citizens with
programs that help make their communities more livable.
Mark your calendar and take advantage of these upcoming
summertime opportunities to be a little cleaner & greener!
FREE Junk Car removal available to residents
For a “Clean and Green” community, residents are encouraged
to rid their yards of junk vehicles. The City has arranged with
a number of licensed hulk haulers to pick up junk vehicles in
Tukwila AT NO CHARGE to property owners. (They may even
pay you something!) To learn more about this program, what
determines a “junk vehicle”, hulk hauler vehicle requirements,
and contact information for making arrangements to have your
vehicle removed, call the Code Enforcement
Office at 206-431-3671, or email
Bulky Item Collection – September 27
Let us help you get rid of those bulky things still lurking around your home. Between
8:30am and 3:00pm come to one of two locations – Tukwila’s Community
Center or Saar’s Super Saver Foods – and bring your hard-to-get-rid-of items like
scrap metal, furniture, mattresses, appliances, e-waste (televisions, computers,
electronics), yard waste, and cardboard. In September, you can check out the
event flyer for specifics on what will be accepted – find it on this page, or
wmnorthwest.com/tukwila/index.html. Call 206-431-2445 or 1-855-Tukwila
for more information.
(Click to view event flyer)