Management of the overgrown elodea in Clarks Creek has been on-going for more than 20 years in Puyallup. In 2012 a task force comprised of staff, Council, citizens, regulatory agencies, and other organizations worked together to develop agreeable solutions to the problem. The goal was to find sustainable solutions that would reduce the overall presence of elodea and sediment in Clarks Creek, improving the health of the creek.
Beginning in 2013, Puyallup implemented the solutions identified by the Task Force and is now working toward a future for Clarks Creek that is not impacted by elodea and sediment loads. Read about the Clarks Creek Task Force process and projects underway by Puyallup's Stormwater Section.The 2016 project is expected to bid in late April-early May. To see projects currently advertised for bid by the City please view the Legal Announcements.
The 2016 DASH Project is expected to go to bid in late April-early May. To view projects currently advertised for bid by the City, please view the Legal Announcements.