Julie Door was elected in November 2013 and immediately sworn into office to fill a vacated District 3 council seat. Her elected term runs from 2014 to 2017.
Julie is a lifelong resident of Puyallup who graduated from Rogers High School. She and her husband, Frank, are proud to be actively involved in the city. Their two school-aged children (Brianna and TJ) attend Puyallup schools, and they own and operate Willows Chiropractic Clinic & Therapeutic Massage in Puyallup. Julie graduated from Ashmead School of Massage with honors and Life Chiropractic College as a Certified Chiropractic Assistant. Her professional experience also includes a background in office management and finance. Julie has been awarded an Advanced Certificate of Municipal Leadership from the Association of Washington Cities.
Julie believes strongly in community service and has actively worked to improve community safety, schools, and quality of life in Puyallup. She is a member of the Puyallup Kiwanis and serves as Chair of the Community Services Committee, serves on the Puyallup Kiwanis Foundation Board, she actively supports the Puyallup Food Bank, Santa Cops, St. Francis House, Puyallup Activity Center, the Daffodil Festival and Communities in Schools. Her past community service included Secretary of the Wildwood Park Elementary PTA, volunteer work at Good Samaritan Hospital, and Big Brothers/Big Sisters. Julie also held leadership roles in the American Cancer Society Relay for Life and the “Shaw Come Together” group that worked to prevent halfway houses from being established in residential communities.
Julie has served as the Association of Washington Cities (AWC) representative on the State Sex Offender Policy Board and AWC Scholarship Committee. Currently Julie serves as the ex-officio to Central Pierce Fire and Rescue, the Ad Hoc committee for citizen boards and commissions, as well as serving on the South Sound 911 Board.
Julie’s objectives on the Council are to listen to her constituents, work collaboratively with her colleagues and other entities, and move Puyallup forward. As a Councilmember, her top priorities include: protecting children and families, responsibly managing city finances, and strengthening our local economy while protecting the unique character of Puyallup.