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.
JOIN THE CITY'S ONLINE COMMUNITY - The City periodically sends out email notices, newsletters and other informational items via email. If you would like to receive email information from the city, you may sign up by clicking here.
STREET CLOSURES - There are many street closures that happen in Puyallup to accommodate events or to upgrade streets and other utilities. For a comprehensive list of scheduled street closures, visit the City's Public Notice page.
CLOSURES BY OTHER JURISDICTIONS - These projects are listed here as a courtesy to our citizens. Read more.
CITY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS - Checking the status of a local street or city utility project is easy. Visit our At-a-glance Public Works Project Updates page.
COUNCIL MEETING VIDEOS AVAILABLE NEXT DAY - The City Clerk's Office provides videos of the council meetings by Noon the day after a council meeting or study session. Click here to view the videos page.
VETERANS MEMORIAL BRICKS - Interested in buying a Veteran's brick at Puyallup's Veteran's Memorial? Call the City Clerk's Office at (253)841-5480 or fill out an application.
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