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Spring Cleanup Events


Spring is in the air! It’s the season of new beginnings; the perfect time to refresh and clean up our homes, yards, and parks. Each spring, Puyallup Utility customers have the opportunity to reduce clutter and dispose of unwanted household materials at no extra cost. Residents can get rid of extra garbage, yard waste, sensitive documents, and one major appliance during our spring clean up events.

Spring Cleanup Curbside Service
Monday, April 21 – Friday, April 25

  • Garbage: Three extra bags of garbage on your regular garbage pick up day.
  • Yard Waste: Three extra containers of yard waste on your regular pick up day.
  • Appliances: You may leave one major appliance on your curbside for pick up, no later than 7 a.m. on Monday, April 21st.

Shredding & E-Waste Recycling Day
Saturday, April 26
The City will accept sensitive papers for shredding and electronics for recycling at the Cornforth Campbell Parking Lot, between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

Parks help build stronger communities and bring enjoyment to people of all ages. Join us at the Parks Appreciation Day event for a spring cleaning of our local parks. To participate, visit the event page.

GIS INTERNSHIP
Interested in gaining practical experience using GIS? The City of Puyallup is recruiting for a non-paid, three month GIS Internship with a possible three month extension. View position description here for duties, responsibilities, skills needed, and application procedures. You can apply for the position before 5 p.m. on April 30 using this City of Puyallup Volunteer Application.

PUYALLUP TODAY NEWSLETTER
Puyallup Today is the City’s official newsletter dedicated to information about city programs, city events, legislative updates, and neighborhood highlights. The bi-monthly newsletter is available online and by email. View Puyallup Today online or you can sign up here to receive the newsletter by e-mail.

UPDATE ON PROPOSED HALFWAY HOUSE
In response to concerns about sex offender housing being established near schools and daycares, the City of Puyallup passed an ordinance that does not allow more than one felon to be housed in properties located in residential zones. Read more about steps being taken to ensure neighborhood safety.

WSDOT TREE REMOVAL
As part of the Puyallup River Bridge Replacement Project, WSDOT is scheduled to start construction of the new bridge in Spring 2014. In preparation of this phase, WSDOT will remove some trees from the intersection of North Meridian and NW corner of Levee. For more information on the project, visit the WSDOT website.

SUMMER CONCERTS IN THE PARK
This year's Concerts in the Park series kicks off Thursday evening July 10th at 6:30 pm with The Moss Brothers Band followed by Sweet Kiss Momma. Don't miss out on all the great music! Click on the following link to see the full schedule: *Summer Concerts*  Interested in becoming a partner for our 2014 concert series? See our Partnership Opportunities.

Around Our Town

News & Announcements

Summer Day Camp Registration

Apr. 17th

The Puyallup Parks and Recreation's Summer Day Camp registration is now open. You can either Read More

Summer Recreation Brochure Now Online

Apr. 19th

The Puyallup Parks & Recreation Department's Summer Brochure is now online. Check out all the Read More

Spring Clean Up Events

Apr. 21st

Spring Clean Up Curbside Service Read More

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PPL Teen Group: Writing Resumes for Teens

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Planning Commission Public Hearing

Apr. 23rd

The Puyallup Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing to consider potential amendments to the Read More

Parks Appreciation Day & Fun Family Events

Apr. 26th

Join with the City of Puyallup Parks & Recreation Department and Friends of the Riverwalk Read More

Shredding & E-Waste Recycling Day

Apr. 26th

The City will accept sensitive documents for shredding and/or electronics for recycling. The following Read More

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