Burien’s next Annexation Informational Open House will be Tuesday, July 14th at the Glen Acres Church of Christ in White Center.

Here are the details:

WHAT: City of Burien’s informational open house to provide information about what annexation will mean for the people within the proposed annexation area.

WHEN: Tuesday, July 14th from 6:30pm – 8pm

WHERE: Glen Acres Church of Christ, located at 11401 10th Ave South in White Center

CONTACT: 206-436-5555; Email: annexation@burienwa.gov

King County Elections is scheduled to mail out ballots to registered voters on July 29 for the August 18 vote. Residents of unincorporated King County who live in the southern portion of the North Highline community will have a chance to decide if they want to join the city of Burien.

City of Burien staff will present information and answer questions at three upcoming informational open houses.  If you would like city staff to come and talk with your community group please drop us a line at annexation@burienwa.gov.

Registered voters in the proposed annexation area will see this language used in the measure on the mail-in ballot that they receive at home:

North Highline South Annexation Area

Simple majority (RCW 35A.14.080)

Proposition No. 1: Proposed Annexation to the City of Burien

The Burien City Council passed Resolution No. 288 which would authorize annexation of that area of unincorporated King County known as the North Highline South Annexation Area which annexation was approved by the Boundary Review Board with a modification to the boundaries as legally described in Resolution No. 292.  Shall that area of unincorporated King County known as the North Highline South Annexation Area as legally described in City of Burien Resolution No. 292 be annexed to the City of Burien?



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