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City of Puyallup

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At the City of Puyallup, we are committed to enhancing government transparency and improving communication with our residents and businesses. While the City website provides a wealth of information on city programs and events, we know that community members don’t always have a chance to stop in and see what’s new. In an effort to reach out, engage with citizens, and be an active part of Puyallup’s online community, the City of Puyallup also shares information on what’s happening in the community via social media.

Do you want to stay updated on community events or learn about public hearings? Make civic engagement a part of your newsfeed: “Like” us at City of Puyallup Facebook or “follow” us on Twitter. Are you interested in literacy events or kids and youth programs? Check out the Puyallup Public Library Facebook and Twitter accounts. For the latest information about Recreation programs, summer concerts and parks updates, become a fan of Parks and Recreation on Facebook. And, if traffic and crime alerts are what you’re interested in, make sure you don’t miss Puyallup Police Department’s Facebook and Twitter posts.

This February, share your love for Puyallup, join us, and invite your family & friends to follow us on social media. Stay connected to your city, join the conversation through comments and discussions, and help make Puyallup a great place to live, work, and play!

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.

The week of February 17, crews will begin replacing 16 pear trees on East Pioneer (Near SR Hwy 512). These trees were left structurally weak after being heavily damaged by the 2012 ice storm. Traffic will be reduced to one lane during the tree removal. The area will be replanted with trees and shrubs that can safely thrive along East Pioneer while providing natural beauty for the enjoyment of passersby.

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.


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.

The AWC Center for Quality Communities is offering scholarships for high school students involved with a city government or with a community/school leadership activity. Click here to view information about eligibility, application process and materials. Please submit completed applications to the City Clerk’s office by 5 pm on March 2, 2015. Have questions? Call 253-841-5584

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News & Announcements

Hearing Examiner Public Hearing

Feb. 26th

Case # P-14-0046 Copper Ridge, LLC Read More

Friends of the Puyallup Public Library Annual Meeting

Feb. 26th

Do you remember the old Puyallup Library? The really old Puyallup Read More

STREAM- Lego Car Engineering

Feb. 26th

Celebrate National Engineers Week by building a Lego car that's balloon or rubber band powered.  Read More

Introduction to Word (session 2 of 2)

Feb. 26th

Learn basic skills for creating documents in Microsoft Word. This workshop is a Read More

Hooked on Reading!

Feb. 28th

Come celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday at a special Lego My Library storytime!  As part of Read More

Anime Club: Attack on Titan & Yamishibai

Feb. 28th

If you’re into anime and manga - or would like to learn more Read More

Play to Learn in the Community

Mar. 3rd

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

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