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City of Puyallup

Your Pet License: Increased Safety & Community Investment

Pet licenses offer safety and peace of mind for families and their pets. While many pet owners believe that their dog or cat won’t ever get lost, one look at the pets currently waiting for adoption provides proof that it unfortunately happens all too often. A license helps animal shelter staff return your pet safely and quickly if they wander away from home. In addition, pet licenses fund the entire animal control program in our community. Without the support of responsible pet owners, there would be no shelter or food for homeless animals, no adoption program, and no one to provide assistance when animals threaten your family and pets. Your pet license is a small investment that tells everyone that you care about animals in your community.

Licensing your pet is easy and inexpensive! You can submit your completed application by mail or license your pet in person at the Puyallup City Hall Utility Billing Counter (333 S. Meridian, 3rd Floor) or the Puyallup Police Department (311 W. Pioneer). The cost of licensing is just $10/cat or $14/dog for spayed/neutered animals.

The City of Puyallup works in partnership with other local cities to provide efficient and cost-effective animal services through “Metro Animal Services.” You can contact Metro Animal Services to find out whether your family pets are due to renew their licenses or to learn more about animal services in Puyallup.

BOARDS & COMMISSIONS VACANCIES
Interested in serving on the City's volunteer commissions? The City Clerk's office is accepting applications from citizens interested in serving on either the Civil Service Commission, the City Council Salary Review Commission or the Library Board. Click here for information about the commissions. Applications available here must be submitted by 5 pm on March 20 to the City Clerk's Office.

MEMORIAL BRICK ENGRAVING
In honor of those who have served in the Armed Forces of the United States, the City of Puyallup has announced a Veteran’s Memorial Brick Program. Citizens may purchase bricks to be engraved and placed at the Puyallup Veterans Memorial in Pioneer Park. View Order Form and information about the Veteran's Memorial. If you would like to have a brick engraved in time for Memorial Day 2015, please submit your order by April 30.

WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT
On February 23, City Water Division will start work to replace the water main on 3rd St NE. Construction activity will begin on the north side of 5th Avenue NE and continue north to 608 3rd Street NE. The replacement should be completed by March 13. View Public Notice for more information and project details.

MERIDIAN / SR 167 ROAD CLOSURE

WSDOT crews have completed construction of new girder supports for the SR 167 Puyallup River Bridge. The girders are scheduled to be installed in late Feb. 2015. During installation, drivers can expect a series of night lane closures on southbound SR 167 (Meridian). Visit the WSDOT project page to view timeline and learn more about the Puyallup River Bridge project.

Around Our Town

News & Announcements

Lahar Siren Test

Mar. 2nd

The Lahar Warning Siren in Puyallup Valley will be tested at noon today Read More

Great Decisions Discussion Group - India Changes Course

Mar. 5th

In partnership with Learning is Forever, the Library will be sponsoring the Great Decisions Read More

Parks, Recreation and Senior Advisory Board Meeting

Mar. 9th

The Parks, Recreation and Senior Advisory Board will hold a regular meeting on this day.  Read More

S.T.R.E.A.M -Amazing Shamrocks

Mar. 10th

Start your St. Patrick's Day celebrations a little early.  Express your inner Irish with shamrocks Read More

City Council Regular Meeting

Mar. 10th

The Puyallup City Council is scheduled to hold a regular meeting on this day. City Read More

Play to Learn in the Community

Mar. 10th

Play to Learn is a FREE collaborative program for children ages six and Read More

Mock a Movie: Godzilla vs. Megalon

Mar. 11th

Sometimes a movie is so bad, you just have to mock it. Join us Read More

Get to Know WorkForce-Central

Mar. 11th

Through a new partnership with the Library, WorkForce-Central will be offering valuable career assistance programs Read More

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