District 2 - Cyndy Jacobsen

Hello neighbors,

 As we navigate through this difficult time, please pray for our emergency response team, for our medical care workers, for all those who have been directly affected, and for our Puyallup Police Department. I am grateful for Puyallup’s careful response. When this situation resolves, and it will, I hope we can support our neighbors who operate small businesses. We have many blessings to be thankful for, and we will get through this together. 

                                                                Councilmember Cyndy Jacobsen

Cyndy Jacobsen was elected in 2017 for the 2018 -2021 term.

Personal Information

Cyndy and her husband Doug have lived in Puyallup for over 30 years. They raised seven children in District 2 and now enjoy grandchildren who are also Puyallup residents. Cyndy brings a variety of experience to the table. She has served as an accountant in the private sector, a real-estate entrepreneur, a home-school parent, and a community college math teacher. Her volunteer experience includes serving as a treasurer and board member for several faith-based & parent groups and as a homeowner’s association president.


Cyndy holds a Master’s degree in Professional Accountancy from Central Washington University and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics & Accounting from Western Washington University.

As a Councilmember, she earned a "Certificate of Municipal Leadership" by completing a program offered by the Association of Washington Cities. The program involves four key areas of municipal governance: roles, responsibilities and legal requirements; public sector resource management; community planning and development; and effective local leadership.


Puyallup is a beautiful place to live and work. In order to preserve this, Cyndy believes in a strong local government whose top priorities are public safety and infrastructure maintenance. She believes it is the duty of elected leaders to respect individual rights, keep taxes as low as possible, and provide a sensible regulatory environment that protects our environment but does not unnecessarily hamper economic development. She believes in the power of the free market and values our Puyallup businesses. Cyndy hopes to bring frugality, common sense, and a collaborative spirit to council decision-making

Committee Assignments

Councilmember Jacobsen serves on the Community Grants committee and the
LEOFF Board and is Puyallup's assigned delegate to the Pierce County Regional Council. She additionally serves on the Puget Sound Regional Council's Transportation Policy Board and on Pierce County's Birth to 25 advisory committee.


To learn more, read this profile of Councilmember Jacobsen published by Pierce College.