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PIONEER PARK PAVILION: June was an extremely busy month at the Pioneer Park Pavilion, hosting 25 events in the building!
PUYALLUP LAHAR EVACUATION EXERCISE: The City of Puyallup, in collaboration with the Puyallup School District, conducted one of the largest volcanic evacuation exercises in North America on May 17th.
PAINT TO LEARN: The Paint to Learn program is grant-funded in partnership with Pierce County Library.
HOOP SHOOT AND HOT SPOT: Fifty basketball players between the ages of seven and 12 came to the Puyallup Recreation Center on March 6th to compete for the Hoop Shoot and Hot Spot Championship.
PROPOSED NEW DEVELOPMENT: Over the past month, City Development Review staff held pre-application meetings with proponents of the following potential new development projects:
NEW FACES JOIN PPD IN JANUARY: We are so excited to be able to share some news about new faces at the Puyallup Police Department in January.
SERVE OUR COMMUNITY ON A CITIZEN BOARD OR COMMISSION:When we say we couldn’t do it without you, we mean it!
"HOUSING OPTIONS" CODE AMENDMENTS PUBLIC HEARING: The Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, December 12th to consider proposed zoning code text amendments.
JOINT EMERGENCY RESPONSE EXERCISE: The City of Puyallup’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) team participated with the City of Lakewood’s EOC team in a joint emergency response functional exercise on October 11th.
CONSTITUTION DAY: On Constitution Day, September 17th, Puyallup Municipal Court Judge Andrea Beall spoke to two sixth grade classes at Edgemont Jr. High.
COMMUNITY CAMPOUT: Bradley Lake Park was open for camping on August 11th and more than 100 people braved the rain to spend the night in the park.
YET ANOTHER REASON TO NOT LEAVE YOUR DOG IN YOUR VEHICLE: Persons who leave their pet in their vehicle on a warm day could subject the animal to stress (or worse) and be themselves subject to a $250 fine.
West Pioneer will be closed between Clarks Creek and Fruitland for two weeks, beginning July 8th and continuing through July 22nd. The detour routes are shown in the map below.
This project was completed on time and within budget. We thank you for your questions and comments, and hope you enjoy the improvements.
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The City is requesting proposals for the purpose of selecting a person or firm/entity to perform Hearing Examiner services.
The Washington Military Department recognized Puyallup for coordinating the largest volcano evacuation drill ever in the United States, with more than 8,000 students from 20 different schools walking part of their lahar evacuation routes.
Reporting for South Sound Business, Andrew Fickes explains how Puyallup's diverse economy helps make it a Pierce County powerhouse.
Thanks to the work of volunteers, there's another Little Free Library in Puyallup. Article by Allison Needles.
An article by Steven Dunkelberger in the Tacoma Weekly describes progress being made to extend SR 167 from Puyallup to Tacoma. This project will construct the remaining four miles of SR 167 between Meridian in Puyallup and I-5 in Tacoma.
At WSU Puyallup, researchers are trying to figure out how to best protect our local waterways from toxic chemicals. KIRO 7's Jeff Dubois explains more.