REMINDER: The City of Burien’s rescheduled Tenant Protections Meetings start TONIGHT – Tuesday, Mar. 5 – atÂ City Hall.
In order to gather feedback about how proposed tenant protections could affect both renters and landlords in Burien, the City of Burien is hosting these public community conversations.
There are two events remaining to help residents and landlords understand the community’s vision of how safe, quality, habitable, and affordable housing looks like and how potential tenant protections could affect both renters and landlords in Burien.
Landlords and renters are invited to all three of the public meetings, but the March 7 meeting will be more focused on discussion of the proposed programs and policies and how they affect landlords and property managers.
- March 5, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Burien Library, Multipurpose Room, 1st floor, 400 SW 152nd St, Burien
- March 7*, 7:30-9 a.m., (*focused on landlords) Burien Library, Multipurpose Room, 1st floor, 400 SW 152nd St, Burien
Light snacks, childcare, and Spanish and Vietnamese interpretation will be provided.