Rental-unit owners: Learn about Tukwila’s new residential-licensing program during meetings Oct. 14, Nov. 10

On Jan. 1, Tukwila’s new Residential Rental Licensing and Inspection Program goes into effect. The owners of multiple-family residences, rental condominiums and other rental-dwelling units will be required to obtain licenses for each unit and to submit each unit for a comprehensive inspection every four years.

  • Thursday, September 30, 2010 7:23pm
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On Jan. 1, Tukwila’s new Residential Rental Licensing and Inspection Program goes into effect. The owners of multiple-family residences, rental condominiums and other rental-dwelling units will be required to obtain licenses for each unit and to submit each unit for a comprehensive inspection every four years.

The program was created to ensure that Tukwila’s citizens with their households in rental units are living in safe and healthy housing conditions, and that rental properties are maintained or improved to meet acceptable standards.

Citizens are invited to learn more about the program by attending a public information meeting at the Tukwila Community Center. Staff will give a short presentation and answer your Public information meetings about new rental housing licensing program

specific questions. Upcoming meetings are currently scheduled for:

• Thursday, Oct. 14 at 6 p.m.

• Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 1 p.m.

Space is limited; reserve your place by sending an email to codeenforcement@ci.tukwila.wa.us with the subject “Rental License Public Meeting” and indicate your choice of date.

Learn more about the program by visiting www.ci.tukwila.wa.us, or by calling Kathy Stetson at 206-431-3682.

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