News from City of Burien departments on various topics.
The Burien City Council met this summer during five special meetings to develop a strategic plan to guide the City of Burien government for the next 3–5 years.
The City of Burien is re-imagining the long-term future of our city through a coordinated planning effort called “Shape Your City”.
Your City at Work: Rental Housing Inspection Program Helps Landlords and Tenants Live in Safe and Healthy Housing
Rental housing inspection programs like Burien’s are a helpful tool in keeping rental properties maintained, lessening the need for tenants to demand repairs to their housing unit.
Her role is to build long-term relationships with people, encouraging them to be mindful of the fact that they are in a public space and help them meet their basic needs, with the end goal of connecting them to the housing and services they need to improve their lives.
The City Council begins public discussion of the budget in October which will continue through December, when the final budget is adopted. Public involvement in the budget process is crucial to ensuring our City budget reflects community priorities.
In the past few months, the City Council has undertaken significant efforts to shape the direction of the next few years of Burien’s path forward. We worked hard together to select a new city manager, Adolfo Bailon. We hope you will join us in helping him be successful, so our community is best served.
September 29, 2022
In our last issue, we focused on our community and how local organizations bring us together into shared gathering spaces. Now we ask you to look forward to the future of our city. How can government and community work together to shape a vision that works for all?