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At-Large Position 8 Community Newsletter Archives

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2024 Newsletters


Check out Council Member Kristina Walker's Community Newsletter with updates on City Council work and her engagement with the community. 


May is Bike Month 


Transportation Updates


New Sustainability Grants Available


Fall Updates 


Summer Updates


Coffee with your Council Member


June Community Updates 


April Community Updates 


2023 Newsletters


March 2023

Topics include Creating Safer Streets, Kids Ride Free on Transit, The Call We Carry, Tacoma Creates Supports the Arts, Office of Equity and Human Rights, Affordable Housing and Homelessness, Community Safety and Alternative Response, Climate Action Plan & Trees, and The City of Tacoma's Priorities for the Legislative Agenda.

2022 Newsletters

July 2022

Topics include the 2023-24 biennial budget process, LGBTQIA+ Pride Month, Ride Transit Month, Vision Zero, participatory budgeting, Tacoma FIRST 311 upgrade, addressing gun violence, and sponsoring funding for infant formula.


March 2022

Topics include open office hours and Council meeting information, Housing Disparities Study, Rental Assistance, Vision Zero, Tacoma to Puyallup Trail, Committee, Boards and Commissions Volunteer Ask, Climate Action Plan, Covid-19 Resources, New Police Chief Avery Moore, Alternative Response Study, Window Replacement Opportunity, Pathways to Healthcare, and Tacoma's GRIT Program.


2021 Newsletters


February 2021

Topics include 2021 City Council appointments and information on joining a Committee, Board, or Commission.


January 2021

Topics include the passage of the 2021-2022 biennial budget, Mayor's for a Guaranteed Income, Police Chief recruitment, Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department, and addressing homelessness.


2020 Newsletters


July 2020
Topics include 2021-2022 budget development, commitment to public safety transformation, and celebrating Pride month. 


September 2020

Topics include 2021-2022 budget development, back to school, and systems transformation.


October 2020
Topics include 2021-2022 budget development, voter mobility access, and Council Member conversations. 


November 2020

Topics include 2021-2022 budget development, conversation hours, and Pierce Transit Commission.