Pierce County TV reports about a solution of DuPont’s sidewalk troubles…
After a year-long search and selection process, the Pierce County Auditor’s Office has purchased a new election system. The purchase of the Clear Ballot system is Pierce County’s first major investment in a new tabulation system in over 20 years. The purchase was fully funded with a restricted election replacement account authorized by the Pierce […]
Join Pierce County’s Economic Development Department along with County, Federal and State partners at its first post disaster recovery forum Tuesday, March 7 from 8 a.m. to noonat Dacca Barn, 2820 54th Ave. E. in Fife.
If the State requires cities to allow marijuana producers and retailers, University Place is gathering information now. See what the city is looking at for marijuana uses, zoning restrictions, and buffers around schools, for example.
Pierce County Council’s Community Development Committee will hear an ordinance to adopt new flood maps issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Adoption of the maps will change flood insurance rates for some property owners when they go into effect March 7, 2017.
Pierce County is seeking applicants for the Surface Water Management Advisory Board (SWAB). The appointee will fill a term that lasts two years. This position is unpaid.
TACOMA, WA – At the City Club of Tacoma’s monthly dinner in February, two of Pierce County’s top crime fighters had a lively conversation about community safety. Pierce County Sheriff Paul Pastor and Prosecutor Mark Lindquist took part in a nonpartisan forum. “With our Prosecutor Mark Lindquist and Sheriff Paul Pastor leading the way, justice […]
The Sheriff’s Department is launching a survey for those that live, work, or visit unincorporated areas in Pierce County as well as the communities that contract with the Department for law enforcement services.
It’s no secret that tax revenue for Social Security is outpaced by payments made to beneficiaries. In less than 20 years, Social Security will only be able to pay out about 75% of promised benefits. What can be done to keep the program healthy for current and future recipients? “Updating Social Security” is a free […]
Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammeier today announced a number of changes within the leadership team at the County. The announcement followed a formal evaluation and analysis process conducted by an outside consultant.