The Pierce County Landmarks and Historic Preservation Commission is now accepting requests for 2018 preservation grants. The grant program is funded by HDOC (historic document) money, derived from the $1 recording fee, as appropriated by the Pierce County Council.
Peak season fare rates start May 1 for Pierce County Ferry passengers.
The Pierce County Council passed 6-1 Ordinance 2017-6s which adopted the 2017 Comprehensive Plan amendments with no changes to current Agricultural Resource Land (ARL) policies.
TACOMA, WA – The National Association of Legal Secretaries (NALS) of Pierce County presented two awards to the Pierce County Prosecutor’s Office. The first was the award for Outstanding Community Service, 2017.
Pierce County CASA is launching a campaign to recruit 253 new CASAs. “CASA 253” will feature an online presence in social media, speakers, flyers posted around town and it coincides with the programs “Pinwheels for Prevention” campaign where displays of pinwheels are planted all around the County during April which is National Child Abuse Prevention […]
Pierce County’s Aging and Disability Resource Center is presenting “Oh My Gosh – Now What?” a free six-part series of discussions for families and individuals that focuses on the initial journey of memory loss through Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
Older adults possess a lifetime of experience and wisdom. Legacy writing provides the opportunity to communicate your values and wisdom, history, and stories for future generations. It preserves who you are, what matters most to you, and it’s a way for you to be remembered. We all have a story to tell.
NISQUALLY – This weekend, southbound drivers on Interstate 5 will encounter lane closures on the southbound Nisqually River Bridge. Crews will be on the bridge Saturday and Sunday, April 8-9, from 5 a.m. to noon. They will close the left lane on Saturday and the right lane on Sunday. Drivers are encouraged to plan for […]
According to those individuals experiencing homelessness who were surveyed in Pierce County, the three most frequently identified causes of their situation are the loss of a job, eviction or family break-up. These responses are included in this year’s Point-in-Time Count results.
Spring is here and that means drivers in Washington have until Friday, March 31, to remove their winter studded tires.