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The lahar warning siren system will sound at noon today. This is the regularly scheduled monthly test of the system to ensure it is in good working order in the event of a real emergency.
City Council agendas are typically posted to the city website on the Thursday afternoon preceding the Tuesday meeting date. To learn more about the Puyallup City Council's meeting schedule, how citizens can participate, or how you can watch a livestream video of a Council meeting, visit our website at: http://www.ci.puyallup.wa.us/827/Agendas-Minutes-and-Videos.
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The Fire Pension Board carries out the duties of Chapters 41.16 and 41.18 RCW related to municipal pension systems, for firefighters who retired prior to 1970.
The Senior Advisory Board reviews and assesses senior recreational needs and suggests improvements to the Puyallup Activity Center facility. Agendas are posted on the Friday preceding the meeting.
The Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters (LEOFF) Board administers benefits for members of the State LEOFF 1 Retirement System.
The Arts & Culture Commission serves as an advisory board to the Puyallup City Council and works to further public awareness of and appreciation for fine and performing arts.
The Civil Service Commission is responsible for making rules and regulations pertaining to employment and other matters connected with personnel administration for the police department. Agendas are posted on the Friday preceding the meeting.
The Library Board acts as an advisory board to the city manager and city council
concerning the operations of the City of Puyallup Library. The Board recommends
and advocates for budgets and policies that support the community library. Board
members are library advocates within the community, representing and promoting library services and programs.