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City of Puyallup

CELEBRATING INDEPENDENCE DAY SAFELY


Fireworks Regulations in the City of Puyallup

Many Puyallup citizens celebrate the Fourth of July by getting together with family and friends, barbequeing, and enjoying firework displays. In the city limits of Puyallup, consumer fireworks may be set off on July 4th from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Consumer fireworks are the kind which can be purchased from various retailers or at licensed firework stands starting June 28th. Many fireworks available for purchase outside of the city are not legal to own or discharge in Puyallup.

Keep in mind that no one may discharge fireworks on a vacant lot, park, street or sidewalk without the permission of the property owner. Youth of 15 years and under are prohibited from possessing or discharging any fireworks unless directly supervised by an adult who is responsible for the underage person.

Puyallup's fireworks regulations are contained in chapter 16.20 of the city's Municipal Code.

Citizens can report fireworks violations to 9-1-1 or by calling (253) 841-5431.

BOARDS & COMMISSIONS VACANCIES
Your community needs you! Apply by 5 p.m. on July 5 to serve on the following volunteer boards & commissions: City Council Salary Review Commission, Planning Commission, and Lodging Tax Advisory Committee. Click here for a printable application and to view details about the various boards. For more information call (253) 841-5480.

COMMUNITY SERVICES/LODGING TAX FUNDING FOR 2017
The City is accepting applications from social service & non-profit agencies for Community Service & Lodging Tax Funding in 2017. Grants will be made for the provision of social services and tourism related activities.  Applications are due at 5:00 p.m. on July 15th. For more information or an application, contact the City Clerk's Office at 253-841-5480. 

2016 CONCERTS IN THE PARK
A great lineup for free fun in the sun music this year--start making your plans! The schedule is available here

PUYALLUP VALLEY PROPOSED
WAREHOUSE DEVELOPMENT

Want to learn more about the proposed industrial park development in the Shaw-Pioneer area? Click here.

39th AVENUE SW PROJECT

Work has restarted on this project as of June 20th. The anticipated completion date remains October 31st; see here for more information.

CHEROKEE BOULEVARD
ROAD CLOSURE

Cherokee Boulevard will be closed between 24th St. SE and Forest Green Blvd. from June 13th to July 5th to accommodate utility construction.

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