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Posted on: May 27, 2022

City Council Proclaims National Gun Violence Awareness Day

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In their recent May 17th, 2022 Council meeting, City Council enacted a National Gun Violence Awareness Day proclamation, declaring the first Friday in June, June 3, 2022, to be National Gun Violence Awareness Day, encouraging all residents to support their local communities’ efforts to prevent the tragic effects of gun violence and to honor and value human lives.  

Our city now mourns for the Uvalde community and for the lives lost and impacted by this unforgettable tragedy, a tragedy that shakes every one of us as Americans to our core. 

If you or your child are struggling and need support during this difficult time, these resources might help:


Call King County 211:

This week, Council reaffirmed their commitment to do all that we can to reduce gun violence and prioritize public safety in our own community. 

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