Arts, Culture, & Sustainability
The City offers many youth programs, helping kids reconnect to others after a long two years of isolation at home.
Started in 2018, StormFest is a stormwater learning event for sixth-grade students from Highline Public Schools.
Burien’s Outdoor Explorers program, funded by the “No Child Left Inside” state grant program, provided eight weeks of free summer camp experience for 58 middle schoolers in Seahurst Park this past summer.
To honor the achievements of Black Americans and all people of African descent in the United States, Black…
Across the country, local governments, schools, and communities are celebrating the diverse cultures, traditions, and histories of Native peoples.
The City of Burien asks our community to reflect on the true meaning of this day and thanks veterans for their service.
The City of Burien is firmly committed to addressing issues of vital importance to the Latino community and opening doors of opportunity for everyone in our city.
While the City of Burien develops its first climate action plan, historic state legislation is also tackling climate change.
Tahlequah Dreams combines Native and Western knowledge to help urban Native youth grow as leaders and as scientists.
As you travel around Burien have you ever wondered about the dozens of murals that stretch across buildings…