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District 5 Community Newsletter Archive

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District 5 Community Newsletter Archive


2021 Newsletters


May 2021

Invitation for South End community members to participate in South End Strategic Neighborhood Action Plans (SNAPs) focus group.


2020 Newsletters


December 2020

This newsletter celebrates the anniversary of Resolution NO. 40509, which declared a climate emergency in Tacoma. 


October 2020

Topics include community feedback and engagement opportunities for the 2021-2022 budget, information on the City's small business resiliency grant, community feedback and engagement opportunities on the City's next Police Chief, more ways to report and track power outages, and highlights from CM Beale's recent bike tour across the South End. 


June 2020

A Statement from Council Member Chris Beale on the death of Manuel Ellis. 


March 2020 - COVID-19 Emergency Update

Topics include the City of Tacoma's emergency proclamation in regards to COVID-19, how the City of Tacoma is supporting its residents, Tacoma public schools offering meals to all students, and updates from the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department. 


March 2020 - Event Cancelation Notice

An update to the previous e-newsletter announcing event cancellations. 


March 2020

Topics include Council Member Beale's resolution committing the City of Tacoma to Vision Zero by 2035, an update on the East 64th street improvement project, other City infrastructure updates, and a list of upcoming events in District 5. 


2019 Newsletters


December 2019

Topics include highlights from a tiny home tour Council Member Beale did in Seattle, an update on the clean fuel standard proposal being recommended by the Council, and an invitation to a Southeast and South end Tacoma join strategy session. 


June 2019

Invitation to Council Member Beale's June 29, 2019, Town Hall. 


February 2019

Topics include an update on Streets Initiative projects in District 5, information on how new international regulations will affect recycling in Tacoma, and an overview of bus Rapid Transit. 


2018 Newsletters


October 2018

Topics include an update on affordable housing in Tacoma, changes to addressing chronic nuisances, and an invitation to a town hall to discuss the City's budget.