FEBRUARY IS BLACK HISTORY MONTH
The City of Puyallup honors Black history, community, and culture recognizing and celebrating the achievements of Black Americans. This month we continue our journey of honoring and deepening our knowledge of the history and contributions of Black members of our community. Please visit the City's social media channels, Facebook & Instagram, where all month we will highlight the lives of important figures in Black history, share events happening throughout the greater Pierce County community, and highlight our library materials related to significant Black Americans, civil rights, and more.
While City facilities are temporarily closed to the public in order to slow the spread of COVID-19, we continue to provide services to the community. Did you know that many City services can be accessed online, and you can take care of most City business from the comfort of your home?
The City of Puyallup’s first Community Satisfaction Survey is now open to all city residents. Read on...
The City of Puyallup is aware of a security/data incident related to its utility billing vendor, Automatic Funds Transfer Services, Inc (AFTS). Read on...
The City of Puyallup is now accepting applications for a student leader scholarship through the AWC Center for Quality Communities Scholarship Fund. Read more for eligibility and application materials. Read on...