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July 29, 2017
324 S Meridian
August 19, 2017
324 S Meridian
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May 1, 2017 - May 5, 2017
Puyallup utility customers may leave up to three extra bags of garbage for curbside pickup on their regular garbage pickup day the week of May 1st. The garbage must be in covered cans or garbage bags and should not weigh more than 40 pounds. Tires will not be accepted.
Customers may also leave up to three extra containers of yard waste at the curb on their regularly scheduled yard waste service day the week of May 1st. Use garbage cans or bio-degradable lawn waste bags. Containers should not exceed 40 pounds and should be placed at the curb before 7 a.m.
This is also the time when customers can recycle one major appliance at no charge. Secure the doors of the appliance and leave it at the curb no later than 7 a.m. on Monday, May 1st.
Appliances eligible for recycling are: Refrigerator, freezer, stove/range, furnace, dryer, hot water tank, washer, dishwasher, trash compactor.
May 2, 2017, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Puyallup City Hall, 5th Floor,
William Stoner Council Chambers
Options to view Puyallup City Council meetings:
1. City Website: Use the 'View Meetings' link in the right column to access City Council streaming videos within 24 hours of the council meeting.
2. Cable Channel 22 on Comcast or Click! Cable TV: Thursdays at 8 a.m., Fridays at 2
a.m. and Sundays at 8 p.m. Meetings are maintained for one year on the Pierce
County Television website (PCTV) website.
3. Comcast's Digital On Demand: Choose On Demand, select Get Local, then
Northwest TV and Radio, and then choose PCTV.
May 2, 2017, 2:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Pierce College Arts and Allied Health Theater
Blending myth and science, live music and visuals, Dr. Bill Thomas’ Changing Aging Tour is a modern day American Chautauqua barnstorming the country in a rock n’ roll tour bus to bring communities a new understanding of aging. Featuring two theater performances: “Disruptive Dementia” in the afternoon and evening performance of “Life’s Most Dangerous Game.” The Puyallup Area Aging in Community Committee invites you to join us Tuesday, May 2 at Pierce College in Puyallup to experience a new and highly disruptive understanding of aging, in celebration of Older American’s Month and Puyallup’s Age-friendly initiative, part of the World Health Organization (WHO) global network. Community sponsors include: LeadingAge Washington, Memory Haven, Life Care Centers of Puyallup and South Hill, Mel Korum YMCA, University of Washington Tacoma, Wesley Homes Bradley Park,Geneva Woods Pharmacy, Franke Tobey Jones, Pierce County Community Connections, Brookdale and Rightsizing for Seniors.