Burien City Council Hosts Meeting on Public Safety

Community Invited to Participate in Online Roundtable Discussion
Posted on 09/08/2020
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Updated September 21, 2020.

Council is seeking input from the Burien community on their definition of public safety, gaps in public safety, community priorities in terms of budget, and identifying ways to improve public safety.

Council wants to hear from all Burien community members and people who have an interest in the well-being of the city of Burien. Information gathered during this process will be used to guide policy and budget decisions.

The Burien City Council hosted a special council meeting on September 14, 2020 from 6:30–8:30 p.m. on the topic of public safety. Community members were invited to speak in small group roundtable discussions at the meeting.

Watch the meeting recording.

If you couldn't make the meeting but want to provide feedback, fill out this form (see links below) with your written comment. You can submit comments and remain anonymous.

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The survey closes October 5. Do you know someone who would like a print survey? We can mail a print copy of the survey with a stamped and addressed envelope for you to mail back to the City of Burien. To request a print version of the online survey, please call Burien City Hall at (206) 241-4647 between 9 a.m and 4 p.m. and ask for a print public safety survey to be mailed to you.

City of Burien staff will be compiling a report summarizing the feedback and presenting it to Council at a future date.