February 7 – Puyallup Library’s Past, Present, and Future
As the City of Puyallup Library celebrates its 100th Anniversary, learn about the Library's history, its current programs and services, and future plans.
April 4 - Sunset Farmers Market on Wednesday
Can't make it on Saturday? Puyallup Farmers Market provides residents and visitors a mid-week opportunity to support local farmers and enjoy fresh vegetables, fruits and flowers.
August 15 – Moratorium on Marijuana Business
Puyallup City Council discusses a temporary restriction on marijuana business while they reconcile state rules with city zoning and business license regulations.
October 4 – Puyallup Library Welcomes Susan Cooper
Popular children’s fantasy author Susan Cooper delights her fans, both the young and the ‘not-so-young’, at the Puyallup Library’s ‘Festival of Books’.
October 28 – Homelessness in Puyallup
Members of the City’s special task force explores the various issues and challenges related to homelessness and how best to serve the needs of the community.
October 31 – Meeker Creek Streamside Planting
Improving Meeker Creek’s water quality and protecting salmon by planting native trees and shrubs along the creek.
November 27 – Keep Catch Basins Clean
Fall leaves can clog storm drains and cause street flooding once it starts raining. Learn how to keep the drains unclogged and clean.
December 12 – Holiday Crime Safety
Puyallup Police Department’s ‘Not in Puyallup’ campaign educates citizens about protecting themselves against car prowlers and thieves, during the holiday season.
December 23 – Puyallup Block Watch
Learn how neighborhood block watches can help prevent crime and how you can start one too.