UNIVERSITY PLACE, WA – Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist gave a public safety update to councilmembers at the regularly scheduled University Place City Council meeting.
DUI, impaired driving, distracted driving and speeding are all behaviors the University Place Police Department will crackdown on in a special Target Zero emphasis patrol in June. Hear from Police Chief Mike Blair.
TACOMA, WA – Today the Pierce County Prosecutor’s Office charged David Gallegos, 30, with murder in the second degree for the stabbing death of Danny Guerin, 36. Gallegos stabbed Guerin multiple times for no apparent reason as Guerin sat in his car in a Lakewood park.
Major expansion of Pierce County’s Chambers Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant is complete. Improvements increase sewer capacity, repair and replace aging infrastructure.
The Pierce County Ferry will offer a new fare category for motorcycle riders starting June 1.
The Pierce County Ferry will offer additional runs over the Memorial Day weekend to accommodate holiday travelers.
Spanaway Loop Road South will be resurfaced between Military Road South and 174th Street South from May 24-June 12.
No later than January 1, 2020, Pierce County residents in the Medicaid system will receive both physical and behavioral care through a state mandated initiative called Integration 2020. Through this whole-person approach, physical and behavioral healthcare will be delivered via one system through an integrated network of providers, offering better coordinated care for patients and […]
Throughout the month of June, a team from Puget SoundCorps, part of the broader Washington Conservation Corps, will work with Pierce County Parks and Recreation and the Pierce Conservation District to help restore areas of Bresemann Forest and Spanaway Park.
The Pierce County Council has streamlined the code enforcement process for cleaning up abandoned homes, solid waste and nuisance property violations.