WHAT'S THIS? PARKING ON MERIDIAN IN THE DOWNTOWN
The City is testing the effects of delineating parking spots on Meridian in the downtown. Spots between Main and Pioneer will be defined with temporary tape; results and feedback will be assessed to determine whether the spots should be marked in a more permanent way. Questions and comments are welcome and may be directed to Rob Andreotti, Director of Public Works, at 841-5513.
CITY RECEIVES CREDIT RATING OF AA
Standard & Poor's has affirmed the City of Puyallup's credit rating of AA, which indicates a very strong capacity on the City's part to meet its financial commitments. In assigning the rating, S&P noted Puyallup's strong budgetary performance in the last three years and projected continued positive operations. Read more here.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION STUDY
The City of Puyallup invites proposals from qualified consultants to complete a comprehensive classification and compensation study for the city’s non-union employees. The submittal deadline is 4:00 pm on May 29th. More information is available on the Human Resources webpage.
PUYALLUP IS TURNING 125!
The City of Puyallup is celebrating a special birthday this year--its 125th! The celebration kicked off with the planting of a commemorative heritage tree in Bradley Lake Park on April 4th. Other events and festivities will continue in the following months, leading up to the main event on August 19th.
BUDGET IN BRIEF
A new "Budget in Brief" document has been prepared for those seeking important yet distilled information on the City's 2015 Budget. The Budget in Brief explains the process used to approve the budget and includes sections on revenue sources and how all funds are spent. If you've ever wondered exactly where your property taxes go, you can find the answer to this question--and many others--in the Budget in Brief.