2014 Videos

February 6 - Railroad Crossings Restoration
The City of Puyallup and BNSF are working together to redesign and rehabilitate city railroad crossings.

February 20 - Puyallup Police Fight Crime with Social Media
Facebook and Twitter are two of the most powerful weapons used by Puyallup Police to not just connect with people, but also solve crime and find missing persons.

February 27 - Puyallup Hatchery
The Puyallup Hatchery's new Education Center teaches visitors about fishing and waterway preservation.

March 6 - Puyallup Activity Center
Senior citizens tell us why the Activity Center is their favorite hangout in the city!

April 21 - Puyallup Volunteers and Volunteering Opportunities
Volunteers expand and enhance the services provided by various City departments.

May 15 - Puyallup Library’s New Hi-Tech Checkout Machines
The library’s newest checkout machines don’t just look good, they will also save you a lot of time and effort.

June 5 - New Segment of Riverwalk Trail Opened
This section of trail completes the Puyallup Riverwalk Trail from the corner of Shaw Road and Pioneer Avenue East to the western trailhead of the existing Foothills Trail.

June 5 - Meeker Days Festival
Meeker Days Festival Coordinator Benji Bittle talks about the history and the attractions of this popular summer event in downtown Puyallup.

June 12 - New Bus Service in Puyallup
A ribbon cutting ceremony to inaugurate the Puyallup Connector Route 425, the new service that runs between Downtown and South Hill.

June 12 - State Champions Victory Parade
City of Puyallup and Puyallup High School celebrate 3 teams that brought home 3 state championships!

July 31 - New Playground in Pioneer Park
Downtown Puyallup's new playground promotes educational and creative thinking, incorporates musical play, contains elements of early literacy and is just plain fun!

August 5 - Local Source Control Program
The City of Puyallup is helping local small businesses understand environmental regulations and how their companies can support a healthy environment.

October 6 - Wildwood Park; Pioneer Park; DeCoursey Park; Bradley Lake Park
The City of Puyallup has 15 beautiful parks that provide several opportunities for leisure and recreation for the entire family. From the lush, naturally forested Wildwood Park and scenic Riverwalk Trail to the fishing areas in Bradley Lake Park and skateboard facilities in Skate Park, each park has something unique to offer. View videos to explore 4 of Puyallup's largest and most popular parks.

November 5 - Volunteers In Police Service (VIPS)
Learn more about these valuable volunteers who are responsible for staffing the PD information desk, Disabled Parking Enforcement, assist PD staff in the jail and coordinate special events as needed.