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District 4 Community Newsletter Archive

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District 4 Community Newsletter Archive


2024 Newsletters

January 2024

CM Ushka shares 2023 District 4 highlights, including the award-winning McKinley Hill Neighborhood Plan, Gas Station Park redevelopment, the $2 million in grant funding for the City's Portland Avenue Vision Zero Project, and many more!


2023 Newsletters

October 2023 

CM Ushka shares out opportunities to volunteer in District 4 for Green Tacoma Day and McKinley HONK! fest. 


2021 Newsletters


August 2021 

Topics include cooling and air quality relief center information, Growing Resilience In Tacoma (GRIT) Guaranteed Income applications, thank you to WeLoveU Foundation’s volunteers, and information on how to help a friend decide to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

July 2021

Council Member Ushka encourages you to give feedback on the Request for Proposal (RFP) process for the City-owned vacant property at the 3500 block of Pacific Avenue. 


March 2021

Council Member Ushka encourages you to give feedback on zoning changes in your neighborhood (Home In Tacoma).  


March 2021

Topics include information on how the City is providing shelter and housing during the COVID-19 pandemic, managing trash and dumping in the community, and how the City is working with community to address housing and homelessness. 


2020 Newsletters


December 2020

This e-newsletter highlights positive outcomes in the community over 2020, including Lincoln District businesses supporting first responders, sidewalk poetry at East 40th Street on the Pipeline trail, and the community successfully advocating for a better landscape plan at the SR 16 and I-5 interchange. 


September 2020

Gault Middle School Update. 


August 2020

Topics include information on the importance of wearing masks during the COVID-19 pandemic, changes at the City to create an equitable and anti-racist Tacoma, the Pipeline Trail, and an update on Council Member Ushka's role with the Association of Washington Cities.


June 2020

Topics include information on the Tacoma Emergency Micro-Shelter Site Relocation, Council Member Ushka serving as the Chair of the Board of Health, digital equity, food access for all students, and virtual programs with the Tacoma Public Library.