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Run for Elected Office – Position #5 is Open

The Tukwila Pool Metropolitan Park District Board of Commissioners will have an open seat during the November 2017 general election.

Candidate filing is between May 15-19th.  Learn more about the position here.

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 Interested in becoming a Lifeguard or Swim Instructor?

The Tukwila Pool is now offering Lifeguard Certification Courses!

Click here for more information!

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Welcome to our new Aquatics Manager:

Michelle Simpson!

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Now Accepting Applications for the Tukwila Pool Advisory Committee

Let your voice be heard!  Learn more about TPAC and find application info here.

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Read Past Board President Vanessa Zaputil’s

2016 State of the District Report

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Correction to our Brochure:

Please note that the Aquarobics water exercise program at the Tukwila Pool has been discontinued. This program was listed in our Spring/Summer brochures as happening Tuesdays & Thursday nights from 7pm to 8pm.  All other water exercise classes listed in the brochure are still in effect.  We apologize for the change.

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 Did you know…

  • There are 19,107 residents of Tukwila…ALL of whom are invited to come swim in the pool!

  • About 80% of the cost of operating the Tukwila Pool is paid for with your local property taxes (included in your monthly mortgage or rental payment), so why not enjoy what you’re already paying for!

  • An hour of vigorous swimming will burn up to 650 calories. It burns off more calories than walking or biking.

  • Water’s buoyancy makes swimming the ideal exercise for physical therapy and rehabilitation or for anyone seeking a low-impact exercise.

  • Going swimming is very relaxing and has been compared to yoga and meditation in its soothing effect on the mind and body.  It has also been shown to help with asthma and autism.

  • Washington State has 454 bodies of water, but there’s only one Tukwila Pool!