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Boards & Commissions
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Arts & Culture Commission
The Arts & Culture Commission serves as an advisory board to the Puyallup City Council on matters relating to arts and culture in the city.
City Council Salary Commission
The City Council Salary Review Commission is charged with setting the salaries of the mayor, the deputy mayor, and members of the city council.
Civil Service Commission
The Civil Service Commission is responsible for making rules and regulations relating to employment and other matters connected with personnel administration for the Puyallup Police Department.
Design Review & Historic Preservation Board
The Design Review and Historic Preservation Board is responsible for reviewing certain development projects for compatibility with the Downtown Design Guidelines, and for identifying and protecting eligible historic properties for future generations.
LEOFF Disability Board
The Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Fighters (LEOFF) Disability Board administers retirement benefits and rules on disability applications and disability retirements for Puyallup members of the state LEOFF I retirement system.
The Puyallup Library Board is responsible for the development of policy pertaining to the operations of Puyallup's public library.
Lodging Tax Advisory Committee
The Lodging Tax Advisory Committee reviews applications for lodging tax funds and recommends grant candidates and amounts to the City Council for final determination.
Parks & Recreation Board
The Parks & Recreation Board reviews and assesses the recreational needs of residents and makes recommendations for the beautification and management of City parks and the cemetery.
The Planning Commission reviews and makes recommendations to the City Council regarding amendments to the Puyallup Comprehensive Plan, amendments to land use regulations in the Puyallup Municipal Code, and the assignment of zoning for proposed annexations.
Senior Advisory Board
The Senior Advisory Board serves as a liaison between the City Council and Puyallup’s senior community. It also assesses the recreation needs of seniors and suggests improvements to the operations of the Puyallup Activity Center.