• 2017 Innovative Grants

    Applications for Neighborhood Small Innovative Grant Program funds are due March 1!

    Project selection by Neighborhood Councils will take place through April 17, with applicants being notified by May 10, 2017. Applicants should be available to present eligible projects to their Neighborhood Council during the Months of March and/or April. All projects must provide an overall neighborhood benefit and be completed within a 12 month period.

    There will be two informational workshops:

    1. Feb 8, 6pm-7pm, at the TPD Sector 4 Substation (400 E 56th St.)
    2. Feb 16, 4:30pm-5:30pm, at the TPD Sector 3 Substation (1501 S 72nd ...

  • SENCo Upcoming Elections

    The South End Neighborhood Council board has multiple OPEN POSITIONS. We have two applicants on the agenda to be interviewed at our October 17th meeting at 4911 S Alaska St (Fire Station #8) and two additional positions available to fill in November.

    If you are interested in joining the board, please take a look at our "How To Become a Board Member" section on the right and download an application! You can then mail it in or send it as an email attachment. (Please see our Contact Us! page.)

  • Oct 2016 Puget Sound Hospital Meetings

    Mark your calendars! There are two important meetings coming up regarding Funding for Demolition of the Puget Sound Hospital Site:

    • Mon, Oct 10, 1:30pm -- Public Safety, Human Services, & Budget Committee hearing
    • Tues, Oct 18, 3:00pm -- Final Council hearing

    Both meetings will be held at 930 Tacoma Avenue South, Room 1045, Tacoma, WA 98402.

    More information is available on the Pierce County Website.

  • 2016 July 18 Meeting

    Monday's meeting is right around the corner! Come out to hear from the Fire Dept, Police Dept, City Manager's Office, Metro Parks, as well as Tacoma Public Schools and Public Utilities. As always, a portion of the meeting is dedicated to Community Concerns.

    Special message from Tacoma Power:

    Join us for the next South End Neighborhood Council meeting at the Tacoma Fire Dept. Station 8 (4911 South Alaska Street) July 18 at 6:30 p.m. You’ll receive free energy-efficient light bulbs while supplies last, and a Tacoma Power energy advisor will share helpful ways you can ...

  • June and July Events

    Thursday June 23 2pm-6pm Classified Job Fair Grey Middle School
    6229 S Tyler St
    Tacoma Schools Recruitment
    Thursday June 23 6pm-8pm Community Council of Tacoma Municipal Building North, Rm 16
    747 Market St
    June 24
    5pm- March Against Crime Northwest Spay and Neuter Center parking lot
    6401 Pacific Ave
    Safe Streets Facebook Event
    Monday June 27 6:30pm-8pm Lincoln Area Community Feedback Lincoln Project Office
    750 S 38th St
    Lincoln Neighborhood Revitalization Project
    Wednesday June 29 7pm- Community Conversation About Heroine Pioneer Park Pavilion
    330 S Meridian
    Puyallup 98371
    Puyallup/Sumner Event Page
    Monday ...

  • Independence Day 2016!

    July 4 is approaching! Come celebrate Independence Day at Freedom Fair on Ruston Way with live music, food booths, air show, and more. Not to mention public fireworks in the evening!

    Friendly reminder: outside of this and other sanctioned community events, fireworks are illegal in the City of Tacoma. To help keep 911 lines for emergency calls, you can call into 253-798-4772 for non-emergency fireworks-related reports. Check out the City's website for more information on fireworks.

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Meeting Info
Jan-Feb: 4th Monday
Mar-Nov: 3rd Monday
December: Recess

Join us at 7:00 PM at

4911 S. Alaska St.
Fire Station #8, Suite B
Tacoma, WA 98408

Senco Boundaries
Senco Map

The South End is bounded to the north and west by I-5, to the east by Pacific Avenue and along East 72nd Street where it completes its eastern boundary, and uses Tacoma's city limits at South 96th Street as its southern boundary.

How to Become a Board Member
Download an Application!

The SENCo Board holds elections each year in November for a portion of the board (it rotates due to the 2yr term) and occasionally in the middle of the year if a seat becomes vacant.
What do you need to do to get on the board?

  • Be a South End resident
  • Be 18+ years old
  • Submit an application
  • Be voted on and approved by the council
  • You may request and submit an application at any time.
Note: if you are a resident or your workplace is in the South End, you are part of the South End Neighborhood Council and are welcome to attend meetings and voice community concerns, as well as vote on board positions during election time at the November meeting.
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