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Posted on: December 12, 2018

November 2018

"HOUSING OPTIONS" CODE AMENDMENTS PUBLIC HEARING: The Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, December 12th to consider proposed zoning code text amendments.

Additional Info... City Manager's Update
Posted on: November 19, 2018

October 2018

JOINT EMERGENCY RESPONSE EXERCISE: The City of Puyallup’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) team participated with the City of Lakewood’s EOC team in a joint emergency response functional exercise on October 11th.

Additional Info... City Manager's Update
Posted on: October 9, 2018

September 2018

CONSTITUTION DAY: On Constitution Day, September 17th, Puyallup Municipal Court Judge Andrea Beall spoke to two sixth grade classes at Edgemont Jr. High.

Additional Info... City Manager's Update
Posted on: September 12, 2018

August 2018

COMMUNITY CAMPOUT: Bradley Lake Park was open for camping on August 11th and more than 100 people braved the rain to spend the night in the park.

Additional Info... City Manager's Update
Posted on: August 13, 2018

July 2018

YET ANOTHER REASON TO NOT LEAVE YOUR DOG IN YOUR VEHICLE: Persons who leave their pet in their vehicle on a warm day could subject the animal to stress (or worse) and be themselves subject to a $250 fine.

Additional Info... City Manager's Update
Posted on: July 3, 2018

June 2018

FOOD TRUCK FRENZY: The Food Truck Frenzy took over Bradley Lake Park on June 30th.

Additional Info... City Manager's Update
Posted on: June 11, 2018

May 2018

PIONEER PARK PAVILION: The Pavilion was once again the site for the Puyallup Memorial Day Remembrance Ceremony that was held on May 27th.

Additional Info... City Manager's Update
Posted on: May 1, 2018

April 2018

NEW BUSINESS LICENSING SERVICE: Puyallup’s finance department is currently working with the Department of Revenue to transition to the state Business Licensing Service (BLS).

Additional Info... City Manager's Update
Posted on: April 6, 2018

March 2018

PUYALLUP TRIBE OF INDIANS PRESENTATION: The Puyallup Public Library was honored to host a presentation from the Puyallup Tribe of Indians on February 6th.

Additional Info... City Manager's Update
Posted on: March 6, 2018

February 2018

ST. VALENTINE'S DAY PARTY:

Approximately 250 seniors festively dressed in red and white attire attended the annual St. Valentine’s Day party held at the Pioneer Park Pavilion and hosted by the Activity Center.

Additional Info... City Manager's Update
Posted on: February 7, 2018

January 2018

A LIBRARY IN WILDWOOD PARK? WHY, YES!: A local Girl Scout troop has built and installed a “Little Free Library” in Wildwood Park in Puyallup.

Additional Info... City Manager's Update
Posted on: December 1, 2017

December 2017

CITY GALLERY TO FEATURE WORK OF ARTIST ANNE DOANE: On Thursday, January 18th, the City of Puyallup will host a reception for artist Anne Doane whose work is currently being featured in “City Gallery” on the fifth floor of City Hall.

Additional Info... City Manager's Update

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Posted on: November 19, 2018

Shaw Road New Center Turn Lane Info

The FAQs for the Shaw Road project have been updated to include questions about the new center turn lane and the lane widths.

To read the FAQs ... Closures & Construction
Posted on: August 23, 2018

Criminal Activity at Shaw Road--23rd to Manorwood Project

The work site of the Shaw Road--23rd to Manorwood project has experienced theft and vandalism, and now arson.

Incidents such as these increase the project's cost and could delay its completion. The City is asking the public to report suspicious activity at...

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Closures & Construction
Posted on: August 16, 2018

Shaw Road Project: Middle Turn Lane

The primary aim of the Shaw Road--23rd to Manorwood project was to facilitate left-hand turns, and that is being done via the addition of a middle turn lane. The turn lane will not, however, continue the entire stretch between 23rd and Manorwood--medians ...

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Additional Info... Closures & Construction
Posted on: July 19, 2018

Shaw Road 23rd to Manorwood Three-Month Update

July progress to date (2)

On April 19th,  Shaw Road was closed between 23rd and Manorwood for construction of a left-turn lane and other improvements.

Much progress has been made over the past three months. All of the deep excavation work and installation of new utility li...

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Additional Info... Closures & Construction
Posted on: June 11, 2018

Shaw Road Project: Manorwood & 33rd Intersection Closures

under construction

Update: The intersections of Manorwood Drive and 33rd Ave. SE at Shaw Road will not be closed this week as previously announced. Instead, these two intersections will be closed on June 25th for eight weeks to accommodate necessary utility work and allow t...

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Additional Info... Closures & Construction
Posted on: May 4, 2018

Shaw Road One-Way Restriction

Cherokee 26th signage

The section of Shaw Road between 23rd/Crystal Ridge Drive and 26th/Cherokee, available only to northbound vehicles, is now 25 mph. Southbound travel is prohibited, and anyone using this lane to travel south risks a $136 infraction. Travelling the wrong wa...

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Additional Info... Closures & Construction
Posted on: April 27, 2018

Shaw Road Project Update

under construction

This project began construction on April 19th. The webpage (cityofpuyallup.org/ShawRoad) is being kept updated with current information, including responses to FAQs.

Many residents who live in neighborhoods adjacent to Shaw are experiencing increased traff...

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Closures & Construction
Posted on: April 12, 2018

Shaw Road Closed Starting April 19th

under construction

Shaw Road will be closed for construction starting Thursday, April 19th between 23rd* and Manorwood. Vehicles will be able to cross Shaw between Cherokee and 26th, and one northbound-only lane will be available from Cherokee/26th down to 23rd/Crystal Ridg...

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Additional Info... Closures & Construction
Posted on: April 11, 2018

Shaw Road Project Local Access Routes

In advance of next week's planned closure of Shaw Road from 23rd to Manorwood, here is a map detailing the closure area as well as which intersections will be accessible and which will not. Vehicles will be able to cross Shaw between Cherokee and...

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Additional Info... Closures & Construction
Posted on: April 9, 2018

Shaw Road Project--Ask a Question, Leave a Comment

Do you have a question, concern or comment about the Shaw Road project? Submit those via this form; once we determine the appropriate staff person to respond, they will get back to you. Questions and answers of general interest will be shared with others ...

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Additional Info... Closures & Construction
Posted on: March 30, 2018

Shaw Road Partial Closure Scheduled to Start Week of April 16th

Shaw Road will be closed from 23rd to Manorwood for six to eight months starting the week of April 16th. A notice will be issued announcing the specific construction start date when that has been determined.

To read more about this project ... Closures & Construction

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Posted on: December 11, 2018

Puyallup Community Court Receives Grant from Department of Justice

The Puyallup Municipal Court is one of five applicants nationwide that will receive a grant for its community court from the U.S. Department of Justice in partnership with the Center for Court Innovation. 

Puyallup will receive up to $200,000 as w...

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Posted on: October 30, 2018

And It’s Another Green Light!

Green traffic signal

In 2015, the signal lights along Meridian and 3rd and 2nd Streets NE (aka “the bypass”) in Puyallup’s downtown were outfitted with a system designed to improve traffic flow by adjusting signal timings based on demand. The system was then expanded to River...

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Additional Info... Home
Posted on: September 26, 2018

Hearing Examiner Decision Entered on New Hope Significant Impact Business License

UPDATE: Although the hearing examiner spent over 150 hours reviewing records, listening to testimony and issuing her findings and decision on New Hope’s appeal of the City’s requirements relating to its significant impact business license, and while the C...

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Posted on: August 23, 2018

Criminal Activity at Shaw Road--23rd to Manorwood Project

The work site of the Shaw Road--23rd to Manorwood project has experienced theft and vandalism, and now arson.

Incidents such as these increase the project's cost and could delay its completion. The City is asking the public to report suspicious activity at...

Read on...

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Posted on: August 10, 2018

Initial Court Ruling on Puyallup's Pedestrian Safety Zones

Roy Ruffino, a signature gatherer, sued the City of Puyallup because the City implements pedestrian safety zones at the two busiest gates (Gold and Blue) of the Washington State Fair during the fall and spring fairs. Pedestrian safety zones are small desi...

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Posted on: August 1, 2018

Your Puyallup Address--In the City? Or Out?

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Many people who have Puyallup addresses naturally think they live in the city, but some of them do not. That’s because a fair number of Puyallup addresses are located in unincorporated Pierce County, beyond Puyallup’s city limits.

If yo...

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To access the map ... Home
Posted on: June 29, 2018

Fishing in Bradley Lake Park: New Restrictions

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The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife has adopted a rule change regarding fishing in Bradley Lake. Beginning July 1st, fishing will be restricted to juveniles (under the age of 15), seniors, and disabled persons who possess a designated har...

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Additional Info... Home
Posted on: April 13, 2018

Shaw Road Partial Long-Term Closure Starting April 19th

under construction

Shaw Road will be closed for construction starting Thursday, April 19th between 23rd and Manorwood. Vehicles will be able to cross Shaw between Cherokee and 26th, and one northbound-only lane will be available from Cherokee/26th down to 23rd/Crystal Ridge...

Read on...

Additional Info... Home
Posted on: March 27, 2018

SR 167 Extension Project Update (It's Good News!)

SR 167 vicinity map

For several years, the City of Puyallup has worked to ensure the best of two options for the future SR 167/Meridian/Valley Avenue interchange when SR 167 is extended between Meridian and I-5.

As described on the City's website, Puyallup has consistently ad...

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For more information ... Home
Posted on: February 14, 2018

Portable defibrillator donated to City of Puyallup

jamieHannah

Jamie’s Heart Foundation, a local non-profit organization dedicated to assisting families who are battling childhood heart disease, has donated a portable automated external defibrillator (AED) to the City of Puyallup. At the request of the dono...

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Posted on: January 19, 2018

Volunteers Sought for Downtown Beautification

Farris Henke broom

Puyallup City Councilmember Robin Farris is seeking volunteers to join her “One-Woman Clean-Up Crew” which serves to improve the appearance of highly visible locations in the interest of community aesthetics, cohesion and pride.

Since May of last year, the...

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Posted on: September 19, 2016

Puyallup Receives "Bee City" Designation

Puyallup was the second city in the state of Washington to receive an official "Bee City" designation from Bee City USA, a not-for-profit organization committed to developing and maintaining sustainable habitats for pollinators such as native be...Read on...

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Posted on: September 16, 2016

New Hope Resource Center Draft Mitigation Conditions Released

The City of Puyallup has prepared preliminary (or draft) business license mitigation conditions for the New Hope Resource Center, a drop-in daytime homeless day shelter which operates at 414 Spring Street. A public meeting will be held on Monday, Septembe...Read on...

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Website Personalization Now Available!

By clicking “Log In” on the MyDashboard bar at the top of the screen, users may create a login for the site or use their Facebook profile to access MyDashboard. Once logged in, visitors can choose the modules, features and keywords that they’d like to see...Read on...

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Posted on: December 11, 2018

Puyallup Community Court Receives Grant from Department of Justice

The Puyallup Municipal Court is one of five applicants nationwide that will receive a grant for its community court from the U.S. Department of Justice in partnership with the Center for Court Innovation. 

Puyallup will receive up to $200,000 as w...

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Posted on: November 28, 2018

Pierce County Hearing Examiner Issues Decisions on Knutson Farms Development

On November 21st, the Pierce County Hearing Examiner issued his decisions on the City’s appeals of Pierce County’s approval of the Knutson Farms warehouse development plan.  The project involves construction of approximately 2...

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Additional Info... News Releases
Posted on: November 28, 2018

Puyallup PD Recognized for DUI Enforcement Efforts

WSLCB award to PPD

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) recognized the Puyallup Police Department with its "Partnership in Public Safety Award" for Puyallup's efforts in capturing Place of Last Drink (POLD) data during fiscal year 2018. POLD data i...

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News Releases
Posted on: September 26, 2018

Hearing Examiner Decision Entered on New Hope Significant Impact Business License

UPDATE: Although the hearing examiner spent over 150 hours reviewing records, listening to testimony and issuing her findings and decision on New Hope’s appeal of the City’s requirements relating to its significant impact business lice...

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For the full statement ... News Releases
Posted on: April 13, 2018

Shaw Road Partial Long-Term Closure Starting April 19th

under construction

Shaw Road will be closed for construction starting Thursday, April 19th between 23rd and Manorwood. Vehicles will be able to cross Shaw between Cherokee and 26th, and one northbound-only lane will be available from Cherokee/26th down to 23rd/Crystal Ridge...

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Additional Info... News Releases
Posted on: March 22, 2018

City of Puyallup to Join in New West v. Vermillion Motion

Today, former Puyallup City Council member Steve Vermillion filed a motion in the West v. Vermillion lawsuit seeking the application of a recent Court of Appeals ruling to the facts of his case. The City of Puyallup will join in this motion.

On February 21...

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Posted on: March 7, 2018

City of Puyallup Prevails in Counterclaims Against 39th Contractor

Trench Photo that led to LI Citation

The City of Puyallup prevailed in many of its counterclaims and defenses against Conway Construction in Pierce County Superior Court according to a final judgment entered by Judge Stanley Rumbaugh on February 21, 2018 as well as other court documents. &am...

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Posted on: February 14, 2018

Portable defibrillator donated to City of Puyallup

jamieHannah

Jamie’s Heart Foundation, a local non-profit organization dedicated to assisting families who are battling childhood heart disease, has donated a portable automated external defibrillator (AED) to the City of Puyallup. At the request of the dono...

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News Releases
Posted on: January 19, 2018

Volunteers Sought for Downtown Beautification

Farris Henke broom

Puyallup City Councilmember Robin Farris is seeking volunteers to join her “One-Woman Clean-Up Crew” which serves to improve the appearance of highly visible locations in the interest of community aesthetics, cohesion and pride.

Since M...

Read on...

News Releases
Posted on: September 19, 2016

Puyallup Receives "Bee City" Designation

Puyallup was the second city in the state of Washington to receive an official "Bee City" designation from Bee City USA, a not-for-profit organization committed to developing and maintaining sustainable habitats for pollinators such as native be...Read on...

News Releases
Posted on: November 1, 2016

Puyallup’s Adaptive Signal System Earns WSDOT Award of Excellence

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has named the City of Puyallup’s Adaptive Signal System as the winner of its 2016 Award of Excellence for Best Special Project.

This project implemented adaptive signal control technology at sev...Read on...

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Posted on: July 1, 2016

LID Code Change SEPA

The preliminary DNS for the above referenced permit number – P-16-0033. This is a non-project SEPA action for proposed amendments to the Puyallup Municipal Code relating to the 2016 National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) for Low Impact De...Read on...

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Posted on: June 29, 2018

Fishing in Bradley Lake Park: New Restrictions

The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife has adopted a rule change regarding fishing in Bradley Lake. Beginning July 1st, fishing will be restricted to juveniles (under the age of 15), seniors, and disabled persons who possess a designated har...

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Posted on: September 19, 2018

Public Safety Staffing: What's Sufficient?

Cops on Bikes

One of the most basic and critical functions of local government is the provision of public safety services. In the interest of ensuring that Puyallup’s public safety needs are met, the City commissioned a study to  determine the staffing levels ...

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To learn more ... Police Department News

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Posted on: December 17, 2018

Public Notice/LEOFF Board Meeting Cancellation

Notice is hereby given that the regularly scheduled LEOFF Board meeting of Thursday, December 20th, has been canceled due to a lack of agenda items.

The next regular meeting of the LEOFF Disability Board is set for Thursday, January 17, 2019. All meetings ...

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Public Notices
Posted on: October 30, 2018

And It’s Another Green Light!

Green traffic signal

In 2015, the signal lights along Meridian and 3rd and 2nd Streets NE (aka “the bypass”) in Puyallup’s downtown were outfitted with a system designed to improve traffic flow by adjusting signal timings based on demand. The system was then expanded to River...

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Additional Info... Public Notices
Posted on: September 21, 2018

Puyallup Sued Over Homeless Encampment Clean-Ups

Encampment example

A large Seattle-based law firm has sued the City of Puyallup and Pierce County on behalf of six homeless plaintiffs. The Seattle law firm alleges that the plaintiffs were victimized because the City and County cleaned up volumes of trash, waste and debris...

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Public Notices
Posted on: September 19, 2018

Public Safety Staffing: What's Sufficient?

Cops on Bikes

One of the most basic and critical functions of local government is the provision of public safety services. In the interest of ensuring that Puyallup’s public safety needs are met, the City commissioned a study to  determine the staffi...

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To learn more ... Public Notices
Posted on: August 30, 2018

More Sidewalks Coming to Puyallup

Sidewalk pic

The City of Puyallup is constructing $1.95 million worth of sidewalks as part of its Sidewalk Link Program.

At its August 21st meeting, the Puyallup City Council authorized two construction contracts with Reed Trucking & Excavating for the 2016 and 201...

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To read more ... Public Notices
Posted on: August 23, 2018

Criminal Activity at Shaw Road--23rd to Manorwood Project

The work site of the Shaw Road--23rd to Manorwood project has experienced theft and vandalism, and now arson.

Incidents such as these increase the project's cost and could delay its completion. The City is asking the public to report suspicious activity at...

Read on...

Public Notices
Posted on: August 10, 2018

Initial Court Ruling on Puyallup's Pedestrian Safety Zones

Roy Ruffino, a signature gatherer, sued the City of Puyallup because the City implements pedestrian safety zones at the two busiest gates (Gold and Blue) of the Washington State Fair during the fall and spring fairs. Pedestrian safety zones are small desi...

Read on...

Public Notices
Posted on: August 7, 2018

Who Represents Me? What is my Property Zoned? Do I Live in a Floodplain?

Critical areas cropped

To answer these and other questions, the City recently added interactive mapping services to our website. The first set of these new applications make it easy to look up your City Council district and the zoning of any property. You’re ...

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To access the maps ... Public Notices
Posted on: August 1, 2018

Your Puyallup Address--In the City? Or Out?

Where pin

Many people who have Puyallup addresses naturally think they live in the city, but some of them do not. That’s because a fair number of Puyallup addresses are located in unincorporated Pierce County, beyond Puyallup’s city limits.

If yo...

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To access the map ... Public Notices
Posted on: July 6, 2018

Yet Another Reason to Not Leave Your Dog in Your Vehicle

Dog in car

Persons who leave their pet in their vehicle on a warm day could subject the animal to stress (or worse)--and be themselves subject to a $250 fine. That's because the City of Puyallup increased the fine for confining an animal in a vehicle in a way that p...

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Public Notices
Posted on: June 29, 2018

Fishing in Bradley Lake Park: New Restrictions

The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife has adopted a rule change regarding fishing in Bradley Lake. Beginning July 1st, fishing will be restricted to juveniles (under the age of 15), seniors, and disabled persons who possess a designated har...

Read on...

Additional Info... Public Notices
Posted on: April 13, 2018

Shaw Road Partial Long-Term Closure Starting April 19th

under construction

Shaw Road will be closed for construction starting Thursday, April 19th between 23rd and Manorwood. Vehicles will be able to cross Shaw between Cherokee and 26th, and one northbound-only lane will be available from Cherokee/26th down to 23rd/Crystal Ridge...

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Additional Info... Public Notices
Posted on: January 25, 2018

Puyallup Utility Rate Increases to Fund Capital Needs

Salmon Springs main replacement

In the interest of attending to important maintenance and upgrades for our aging utility systems, Puyallup’s water, sewer and stormwater rates will increase by 3.5% in 2018. This means that the average residential utility customer will pay an ad...

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Additional Info... Public Notices
Posted on: January 24, 2018

A Library in Wildwood Park? Why, Yes!

Little Free Library Wildwood Park

A local Girl Scout troop has built and installed a “Little Free Library” in Wildwood Park in Puyallup. The books offered are for all ages, from pre-readers to adults.

Troop #43636 spent nine months from start to finish on this project, ...

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Additional Info... Public Notices
Posted on: October 7, 2016

Puyallup Seeking RFQs for Hearing Examiner Services

The City is requesting proposals for the purpose of selecting a person or firm/entity to perform Hearing Examiner services.

RFQ ... Public Notices
Posted on: October 24, 2016

City Council Public Hearings for the 2017 Property Tax Levy and the 2017 City Budget

Notice is hereby given that the Puyallup City Council will hold two public hearings: one for the proposed 2017 budget and one for the 2017 Property Tax Levy. The public hearings are scheduled as follows:

• Tuesday, November 15, 2016 (2017 Property Tax...Read on...

Public Notices
Posted on: October 14, 2016

Puyallup City Council Meeting Date Change

Notice is given that the November 8, 2016 City Council meeting has been changed to November 15, 2016. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m., and will be held in the William Stoner Council Chambers, located on the 5th Floor of Puyallup City Hall, at 333 Sou...Read on...

Public Notices
Posted on: October 3, 2016

2017 Recommended Budget Available for Review and Comment

The City of Puyallup's budget is the means by which your elected officials determine how to spend limited revenues. As such, the budget reflects key policy decisions, and decides how programs and services are prioritized. Public input is welcome and encou...Read on...

City Manager's 2017 Recommended Budget Public Notices
Posted on: September 15, 2016

Salmon Springs Phase 2 Project - RFQ

INTRODUCTION:

The City of Puyallup (“City”) is requesting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) to provide consulting, design, and engineering services for the Salmon Springs Phase 2 Project. All services are to be performed or supervised by persons appro...Read on...

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Posted on: July 31, 2018

South Sound Business on Puyallup's Diverse Economy

Reporting for South Sound Business, Andrew Fickes explains how Puyallup's diverse economy helps make it a Pierce County powerhouse.

To read the article ... Puyallup in the News
Posted on: July 13, 2018

Another Little Free Library in Puyallup

Thanks to the work of volunteers, there's another Little Free Library in Puyallup. Article by Allison Needles.

To read the article ... Puyallup in the News
Posted on: April 6, 2018

SR 167 Extension (Tacoma Weekly)

WSDOT map image

An article by Steven Dunkelberger in the Tacoma Weekly describes progress being made to extend SR 167 from Puyallup to Tacoma. This project will construct the remaining four miles of SR 167 between Meridian in Puyallup and I-5 in Tacoma.

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To read the article ... Puyallup in the News
Posted on: March 27, 2018

SR 167 Extension Project Update (It's Good News!)

SR 167 vicinity map

For several years, the City of Puyallup has worked to ensure the best of two options for the future SR 167/Meridian/Valley Avenue interchange when SR 167 is extended between Meridian and I-5.

As described on the City's website, Puyallup has consistently ad...

Read on...

For more information ... Puyallup in the News
Posted on: March 13, 2018

Puyallup Herald Reports Latest Addition to Outdoor Sculpture Gallery

Siblings with Broadfoot, ADT reps

The Puyallup Herald reports on the latest addition to the city's outdoor art sculpture gallery: the piece "Siblings" by Olinka Broadfoot.

To read the article ... Puyallup in the News
Posted on: October 31, 2016

KIRO 7 Reports on WSU Puyallup's Work to Protect Waterways

At WSU Puyallup, researchers are trying to figure out how to best protect our local waterways from toxic chemicals. KIRO 7's Jeff Dubois explains more.

To read the article ... Puyallup in the News
Posted on: September 21, 2016

Puyallup Purchases Land for Future Public Safety Building

On August 23, 2016, the Puyallup City Council approved the purchase of 3.06 acres of land on 39th Avenue SE as the possible future location of a new public safety building.

This action was taken pursuant to the Council's stated interest in eventually ...Read on...

Puyallup in the News
Posted on: September 2, 2016

Puyallup North Neighborhood Streets Improvements Project Wins Award

The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce's special publication "Building with Concrete" featured the 2016 Excellence in Concrete Construction Award Winners as chosen by the Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association. Page 7 describes Puyallup'...Read on...

To read the article ... Puyallup in the News