15th ST NW STORM DRAIN EXTENSION PHASE 2
Construction has started
LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY
on 15th ST NW Between W. Pioneer and 4th St NW
39th AVE SE OVERLAY - 10TH ST SE to SHAW ROAD
Construction starting the week of July 14, 2014
July 2, 2014-39th Ave SE from 10th St SE to Shaw Road, (not including the intersection of 39th & Shaw) is scheduled to receive a fresh layer of asphalt.
The project will include concrete work and digging up and patching asphalt prior to paving and street lights will be upgraded.
PLEASE EXPECT DELAYS
The project is expected to take three months to complete.
Thank-you for your patience during construction, we will try to be out of your way as quickly as possible.
PUYALLUP RIVER BRIDGE REPLACEMENT - A WSDOT PROJECT
Bridge closed July 11 - July 13, 2014
(WSDOT SR 167 also known as N. Meridian Bridge -1100 block of N. Meridian)
June 30, 2014-Major Traffic Impacts are expected for SR 167 Puyallup River Bridge closures from 9 p.m. Friday, July 11 to 2 p.m. Sunday July, 13.
During those times, all lanes of northbound and southbound State Route 167 Puyallup River Bridges in Puyallup will close to all traffic around the clock. The closures will remain in effect through 12 p.m. Sunday, July 13. Depending on work progress, there is a possibility the closures could be extended. The work also could be rescheduled because of the weather.
Detour information can be found at the WSDOT project website.
7th ST NW CROSSING RESTORATION AND ROAD CLOSURE
Due to unforeseen circumstances,
7th St NW
Railroad Crossing will not be opened by the end of the day, Thursday July 10th.
The crossing will be opened by
approximately 9:00 a.m., Friday July 11th.
We apologize for any
Click here to view the detour map
City Contracts via MRSC Rosters Small Works and Consultant Services
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The Public Works Department serves the citizens of Puyallup by providing a safe environment and enhanced quality of life through care and improvement of public infrastructure.
The Maintenance and Operations division is comprised of two primary functions, Field Operations and Fleet Maintenance.
Field operations include street maintenance, wastewater treatment, storm drainage and water services (domestic, commercial, fire flow).
Fleet Maintenance is responsible for the city's vehicles and most major equipment. This includes purchasing and repairing vehicles and equipment.
Capital Engineering provides engineering review and direction for water, sewer, street and stormwater systems, and all major public capital projects.
Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Information via Pierce County Public Works
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