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YOUTH SPORTS: Youth basketball registrations total 96 teams for boys and girls in Kindergarten-12th grade.
GROWTH MANAGEMENT HEARINGS BOARD DECISION: The City of Puyallup’s “Homeless Drop-In Centers and Overnight Shelters” Ordinance was upheld December 23rd in a unanimous decision by the Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board.
ANNUAL VOLUNTEER FAIR: Puyallup Area Aging in Place Coalition hosted its Annual Volunteer Fair at the Puyallup library on October 12th.
COBWEB CARNIVAL: The Cobweb Carnival continues to be a great addition to the Boo-Allup trick-or-treating event in downtown on Halloween.
PUYALLUP FESTIVAL OF BOOKS: Come welcome authors Maria Semple and Karl Marlantes on Friday and Saturday, November 1-2, 2019 at Puyallup’s Festival of Books.
BEE CITY USA: Community outreach and information-sharing is a large part of Puyallup’s Bee City USA designation.
PIONEER PARK PAVILION: June was an extremely busy month at the Pioneer Park Pavilion, hosting 25 events in the building!
PUYALLUP LAHAR EVACUATION EXERCISE: The City of Puyallup, in collaboration with the Puyallup School District, conducted one of the largest volcanic evacuation exercises in North America on May 17th.
PAINT TO LEARN: The Paint to Learn program is grant-funded in partnership with Pierce County Library.
HOOP SHOOT AND HOT SPOT: Fifty basketball players between the ages of seven and 12 came to the Puyallup Recreation Center on March 6th to compete for the Hoop Shoot and Hot Spot Championship.
PROPOSED NEW DEVELOPMENT: Over the past month, City Development Review staff held pre-application meetings with proponents of the following potential new development projects: