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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. More 

Vision for Burien: A vibrant and creative community, where the residents embrace diversity, celebrate arts and culture, promote vitality, and treasure the environment.     

 

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Public Hearings for the 2015-16 Bienniel Budget and Proposed Supplement Package Public hearings will be held Nov. 3 and Nov. 17 at approximately 7:00 p.m. at Burien City Hall, 400 SW 152nd St., Council Chambers, to receive comments on the 2015-16 Biennial Budget and proposed supplement package. Additional Info...

Miller-Walker Basin Stormwater Retrofit Public Meeting At this final set of public meetings, the preliminary design plans for the top six projects selected out of the initial set of 80 sites will be available. These projects may be eligible for grant funding Read on...

Statement from the City Manager Regarding the Trepass Ordinance The City Manager has made a statement in response to a letter from the American Civil Liberties Union regarding the recently adopted Trespass Ordinance 606. Read On

Residents Can Speak Out on "Connect Burien" Connect Burien is a new public engagement website launched by the City on Sept. 15. This interactive new platform opens the conversation about Burien's present and future to anyone with access to a computer or smart phone. Additional Info...

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