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City of Puyallup

Not In Puyallup!

This holiday season, the Puyallup Police Department has launched their 10th annual ‘Not in Puyallup’ Emphasis Campaign. Puyallup Police officers and a volunteer team will be taking steps to reduce motor vehicle theft and car prowl in the retail shopping areas of the City. In the video, Deputy Chief McDonald discusses ways you can reduce your risk of becoming a theft or car prowl victim. Click here for more tips to prevent vehicle break-ins.

The Police Department will also conduct 21 extra DUI patrols between November 29 and December 31 to ensure that our roadways are safe for our community. The goals for this year’s emphasis campaign are to:

  • Educate the public about protecting themselves from theft and car prowl by securing valuables and shopping bags in car trunks.
  • Reduce motor vehicle theft within retail shopping locations.
  • Reduce impaired drivers via enhanced DUI enforcement.
  • Reduce shoplift incidents by enhanced visible presence by uniformed patrol officers actively walking through stores.

The City of Puyallup wishes you a very happy and safe holiday season!

Following recent heavy rain and high river levels, a 100-yard section of the Riverwalk Trail (between the 11th Street access and the trail end) has been closed to the public.  This section of the trail is in danger of failing and collapsing toward the Puyallup River. The impacted section of the trail will be reopened after safety reassessment. Call the Recreation Center at (253) 841-5457 for additional information.

Construction of the Kiwanis Kids Spray Park at Pioneer Park is well underway. Phase 2 of the project began in November 2014, and is expected to continue through April 2015. Click here to view the project update flyer for more information and contact numbers.

Renewal for the 2015 City of Puyallup Downtown Parking Lot Pass Program is now underway! Passes can be renewed for $20.00, and will be valid from January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015. These passes allow all downtown merchants and their employees the opportunity to park in the city owned parking lots. For more information, visit the Parking Permit page.

Fall brings falling leaves and rainfall, a dangerous combination that clogs storm drains. Clogged drains block the flow of rainwater into the stormwater system, causing water to pond along streets, flooding intersections and homes. Watch video for simple ways you can clear storm drains and help prevent flooding on your street.

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Daddy Daughter Dance

Feb. 7th

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Planning Commission Meeting Cancelled

Dec. 24th

The regularly scheduled Planning Commission meeting for Wednesday, December 24, 2014 has been cancelled. The Read More

Holiday Closure - Christmas

Dec. 25th

All Puyallup City Offices and the Puyallup Police Station are closed on Thursday, December 25th Read More

Reading with a Doggie Friend

Dec. 27th

Clover, a Dalmatian, loves to listen to a good book, maybe even more than getting a Read More

CANCELLED -Introduction to Word class (1 of 2)

Dec. 29th

Learn basic skills for creating documents in Microsoft Word. This workshop is a 2-part series; Read More

CANCELLED - Introduction to Word class 2 of 2

Dec. 30th

Learn basic skills for creating documents in Microsoft Word. This workshop is a 2-part series; Read More

Annual Christmas Treecycling

Jan. 5th

The City of Puyallup offers Christmas Treecycling at no cost to all Puyallup Read More

Play to Learn in the Community

Jan. 6th

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

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