Town Hall for Youth Engagement & Community Safety

City of Burien Hosts Town Hall for Youth Engagement and Community Safety
Posted on 04/04/2018
Town Hall Meeting

NEWS RELEASE

Burien, WA, April 4, 2018—The City of Burien is inviting the community to a town hall discussion on how to engage youth and enhance community safety. In the wake of the tragic death of two teens last week, the City is convening a conversation about how to prevent future violence in our community.

When: April 9, 7–9 p.m.
Where: Burien Library, first floor Multipurpose Room, 400 SW 152nd St, Burien, WA 98166

The following public officials and staff will be present:

  • Burien City Councilmembers
  • Interim Burien Police Chief Marcus Williams
  • City Manager Brian J. Wilson
  • City staff from multiple departments, including Human Services, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services, and Communications departments.

Light refreshments and interpretation for Spanish and Vietnamese will be provided.

Please email communications@burienwa.gov by April 5 if you would like to request an interpreter for ASL or other languages.

About the City of Burien

The City of Burien is a vibrant and creative community, where the residents embrace diversity, celebrate arts and culture, promote vitality, and treasure the environment. 

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