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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.
FOOD TRUCK FRENZY: The Food Truck Frenzy took over Bradley Lake Park on June 30th.
PIONEER PARK PAVILION: The Pavilion was once again the site for the Puyallup Memorial Day Remembrance Ceremony that was held on May 27th.
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).
PUYALLUP TRIBE OF INDIANS PRESENTATION: The Puyallup Public Library was honored to host a presentation from the Puyallup Tribe of Indians on February 6th.
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.
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.
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.
GIVING TREE: The Giving Tree is currently up and being displayed at the Puyallup Recreation Center. The tree has lots of tags for kids in need that live right here in Puyallup.
MERIDIAN/31ST OVERPASS AT SR 512 IMPROVEMENTS:
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) recognizes that traffic volumes on the Meridian/31st overpass at SR512 often exceed capacity and result in back-ups and delays.
THIRTY YEARS OF SERVICE FOR OFFICER LEPPELL: Congratulations to Officer Lloyd Leppell who recently celebrated his 30th anniversary with PPD!
DAY CAMP ECLIPSE VIEWING: On the morning of August 21st, day camp counselors explained what a solar eclipse is, how often it happens, the equipment to be used to view the eclipse, dangers of looking at the sun and