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City of Puyallup

Fall Clean Up Events

Every year, the City of Puyallup offers a curbside Fall Clean Up pro­gram to help util­ity customers get rid of extra garbage, yard waste, and recycle one household appliance. This is an excellent opportunity to dispose fallen leaves and branches that may otherwise clog storm drains on your street and cause flooding when it rains. This year Fall Clean Up runs from Monday, November 17 through Saturday, November 22. See below for information on how you can participate in this curbside clean up effort:

Leave up to three extra bags of garbage for curbside pickup on your regular garbage day. The garbage must be in covered cans or garbage bags and should not weigh more than 40 pounds. Tires will not be accepted. Please make sure the garbage containers are at the curb before 7 a.m.

Yard Waste
Leave three extra containers of yard waste at the curb on your regularly scheduled yard waste service day. Please use garbage cans or bio-degradable lawn waste bags. Containers should not exceed 40 pounds. Make sure your containers are at the curb no later than 7 a.m.

D.M. Disposal will pick up one major appliance per utility customer at no extra cost. Please secure the appliance doors and leave it at the curb no later than 7 a.m. on Monday, November 17. DM Disposal will pick up appliances on their regular runs during the week. The following appliances are eligible for curbside pickup: Refrigerator, Freezer, Range, Dishwasher, Trash Compactor, Washing Machine, Clothes Dryer, Furnace, Hot Water Tank.

Want to recycle glass? While curbside glass recycling is not offered in Puyallup, visit the Utility Billing page for locations where you can drop off glass and even household hazardous materials for proper recycling and disposal. 

The annual budget process is currently underway at the City of Puyallup. View the 2015 City Manager's Recommended Budget. The City Council will review the budget in detail and hold public hearings for community input, on November 4 and November 25. More information about the upcoming hearings can be viewed in the City Clerk's public notice.

Received a notification of an unpaid red-light ticket? The Puyallup Municipal Court has authorized a limited 30-day amnesty during which the original ticket amount can be paid directly to the Court without late fees or collection costs! Take advantage of this unique opportunity to pay off old tickets without added costs. Click here for payment options and more information.

Halloween is one of the most exciting times of the year for children. To make sure this spooky night is a safe one, The Puyallup Police offers some basic safety tips for drivers and for parents of little ghosts and goblins. Make your children’s Halloween a safer night of fun!


A water main break on 28th PL SE has caused damage to the roadway, which will require emergency repairs. Pavement removal may begin as early as October 29, weather permitting. Road removal and replacement in the cul-de-sac is expected to take 2-3 days. Please expect delays during paving operations. Visit Public Works Projects page for detailed information about the repairs.


The sanitary sewer pump station located near 4100 Crystal Lane Loop SE, will be replaced by a new sewer main in late October. The loop will be closed to through traffic during construction. The project is expected to take two months, for completion.


The intersection at W. Pioneer Avenue and 15th Street NW will be closed to both east and west bound traffic, for construction. from September 22 - October 31. For closure details and detour map, visit Public Works Projects page.

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WordPlay: Gecko and Sticky: Villian's Lair

Oct. 30th

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Introduction to Word class 2 of 2

Oct. 31st

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

Cobweb Carnival

Oct. 31st

In conjunction with the Puyallup Main Street Association downtown trick-or-treating, Puyallup Foursquare Church and the Read More

Boo-Allup in Puyallup Trick or Treat

Oct. 31st

Bring the kids to downtown Puyallup for a distinct trick-or-treating experience!  Many downtown shops and Read More

Holiday Book Sale

Nov. 1st

The Friends of the Library will once again be holding their annual Holiday Book Sale Read More

Reading with a Doggie Friend

Nov. 4th

Gracey,a Labradoodle, loves to listen to a good book, maybe even more than getting a Read More

City Council Regular Meeting

Nov. 4th

The Puyallup City Council is scheduled to hold a regular meeting on this day. City Read More

District 2 Neighborhood Meeting

Nov. 6th

Residents of City Council District 2 are invited to attend this neighborhood meeting with  Councilmembers Heather Read More

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