Corporate Yards 841-5505
1100 39th Ave SE 841-5437 FAX
Puyallup, Washington 98374
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 4:30pm
After Hours Emergency, Call: 841-5431
Director of Public Works - Rob Andreotti, 841-5513
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November 7, 2014
NOTICE OF TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION STREET CLOSURE
November 8, 2014, 4th Ave NW will be closed to thru traffic forpaving that
will occur that day.
This is a
one day closure of 4th Ave SW to accommodate paving operations.
NW will continue to be closed to for this single day as well.
will be open to all traffic at 15th St NW starting November 8.
closure signs will be installed prior to closure and flaggers and traffic
be in place during paving.
anticipate some minor traffic delays due to the final site work.
patience is greatly appreciated!
Please use alternative routes, as necessary - SEE DETOUR MAP
We apologize for any inconvenience.
October 31, 201428th PL SE EMERGENCY ROADWAY REPAIR
Due to damage to the existing roadway because of a water main break, the entire road will be removed and replaced in the cul-de-sac.
Paving is scheduled for mid-November, however is weather dependent. We are hoping to complete the work as soon as possible; the work is expected to take 2-3 days once it starts.
Please attempt to keep the roadway clear of parked vehicles. The Contractor will work with all residents to ensure access remains open as much as possible during the remaining portion of the project.
Please expect delays during paving operations. Thank-you for your patience.
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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.
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Public Works Staff
Director of Public Works
Mark Palmer, PE
Engineering Services Mgr.
Street Supervisor II
Fleet Services Lead
Collections Supervisor (Sewer/Storm Water)
Donald Keith Henry
National Pollution Discharge Elimination System
Steve Carstens, PE
Water Pollution Control Plant Manager
Office Assistant II