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


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 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.