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Welcome to Burien

Since our incorporation in 1993, Burien, has been busy defining and redesigning itself as a vibrant King County city. Our residents see Burien, a 100-year-old community with a rich heritage, as a friendly community with well-established neighborhoods and a small-town atmosphere. 

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News Flash
Seahurst Park to Reopen August 25 The City plans to reopen Seahurst Park to the public at 8 am, Monday, August 25, as the contractor winds up work on the Shoreline Restoration Project. A formal ribbon-cutting ceremony is being planned for later. Thanks to everyone for your patience. More on Seahurst Project...

Burien in Motion Program Starts July 28 Beginning July 28, Burien residents can get an ORCA card good for two weeks of unlimited travel by signing up with Burien In Motion and pledging to switch at least two drive-alone trips a week to another travel method. Read on...

Eagle Landing Park Trail Opened Work to create a new section of the lower trail at Eagle Landing Park, thereby restoring public access to the beach, was recently completed by EarthCorps and the trail opened to the public. The park entrance is at 14641 25th Avenue SW. Read on...

Wellness Fair Exhibitor Applications The 6th annual Community Wellness Fair is Saturday, Sept. 20, 10am-3pm. Businesses and medical service providers wishing to participate can access the application, fees, equipment requirements, and other important details. See: Wellness Fair

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400 SW 152nd St, Suite 300  /  Burien, WA 98166  /  Ph: (206) 241-4647  /  Fax: (206) 248-5539
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