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Celebrate Energy Awareness Month:
PSE’s “Take Charge” Green Power Challenge

As summer heat slowly transitions into cooler weather, fall is the perfect time to “think green” and consider how to be more energy efficient. This October, as the country celebrates National Energy Awareness Month, community members have the opportunity to help Puyallup win the title of ‘Greenest Town in Puget Sound!’

The City of Puyallup is competing against the City of Issaquah and the City of Redmond in Puget Sound Energy’s (PSE) Take Charge Green Power Challenge. Each city that meets its challenge goal of new enrollments into PSE’s Green Power program will be awarded a $20,000 grant to go towards a community solar project. The city with the highest percentage of enrollments will be dubbed the Greenest Town in the Puget Sound and win an additional $20,000 to go toward their solar project. Visit our Green Power Challenge page to learn more about Puyallup’s progress in meeting its challenge goals. You can also read more about green energy and sign up for PSE’s Green Power Program online.

One aspect of becoming energy smart is to reduce energy consumption and save money with the help of energy efficient products and rebates. Click here to learn more about energy saving tips and rebates for homes and for businesses.

The City of Puyallup’s Healthcare and Wellness committee is now accepting proposals for an on-site or near-site clinical health and wellness center for city employees and their eligible dependents who volunteer to participate. Vendor submissions will be accepted until 5pm on Monday, October 20, 2014. For complete details, review the Request for Proposal and visit the Health and Wellness Center page.

Due to construction activity from September 22 - October 11, the intersection at W. Pioneer Avenue and 15th Street NW will be closed to both east and west bound traffic. Detour signs, flaggers, and Variable Message Boards will direct drivers and those who wish to access Aylen Jr. High school. View Public Notice for more details. Click here for Detour Map.

The City of Puyallup is competing against the cities of Issaquah and Redmond in PSE’s 2014 Take Charge Green Power Challenge. The winner will claim the title of 'Greenest Town in Puget Sound' and award money to go towards a community solar project. Click here to learn how you can become an Energy Hero and make Puyallup the greenest town in Puget Sound!

The Puyallup Community Connector Route 425 is a new bus route dedicated to serving downtown Puyallup and South Hill. The bus runs every 30 minutes, connecting Puyallup residents with shopping, recreation, local events, and medical facilities in Downtown Puyallup and South Hill. For bus schedule and fares, visit Pierce Transit's Puyallup Connector page here.

Monday, September 29th through Friday, October 3rd, WSDOT will fully close the Levee Road loop under the SR 167 Puyallup River Bridge to accommodate the necessary shaft construction for the new Puyallup River bridge. A detour route will be in place and access to the Puyallup Mini Storage facility will be maintained via northbound Meridian. Further information is available on the WSDOT project website.

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City Council Salary Review Commission

Oct. 2nd

The City Council Salary Review Commission will meet on this day to review various items Read More

Toddler Treasures Storytime

Oct. 3rd

Join Miss Carol for stories, songs, rhymes, and sometimes a small craft, chosen to enhance Read More

Preschool Storytime

Oct. 3rd

Join Miss Bonnie for some early literacy fun with stories, activities and music to help Read More

2nd Annual Jim Taylor Memorial Un-Lecture

Oct. 3rd

Join us for an evening of teens, books and rock and roll with acclaimed YA Read More

Reading with a Doggie Friend

Oct. 4th

Coach (a yellow lab) loves listening to a good book, maybe even more than taking a walk Read More

Asphalt to Green Space - DePave Event

Oct. 4th

Join us for a one-of-a-kind, hands-on experience to transform unnecessarily paved areas in front of Read More

Taking Punk to the Masses

Oct. 4th

Join us in welcoming Experience Music Project curator, Jacob McMurray for a book talk in his Read More

Run From the Cops - Nighttime 5K Fun Run

Oct. 4th

October 4, 2014 Registration Opens at 8:00 p.m. Runners Start at 9:00 p.m. Grab Read More

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