Read the Town of Steilacoom Administrator’s September 17 report to the Town Council by clicking here.
A social media post from Steilacoom Historical School District.
A press release from Office of Jani Hitchen, Pierce County Council, District 6. Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete the ferry survey that my office sent out this summer. I read through every response and value the input received. As promised, the survey data is available for the public to see how […]
A press release from Steilacoom Historical Museum Association. The Steilacoom Historical Museum Association is sorry to say that once again, the usual large event, the Steilacoom Apple Squeeze, has been canceled for 2021. However, once again for those who will miss the flavors of the Squeeze, there will be Tasting the Squeeze Times Two! Tasting […]
Read the Town of Steilacoom Administrator’s September 10 report to the Town Council by clicking here.
An announcement from Town of Steilacoom. Pierce County will be doing street striping throughout Town Sept. 10. Please use caution and avoid driving over wet paint.
The Steilacoom Town Council will hold a Regular Meeting on Sept. 7 (6:30 PM). Access the agenda and access instructions here.
Read the Town of Steilacoom Administrator’s September 3 report to the Town Council by clicking here.
A press release from Pierce County Library System. PIERCE COUNTY, Washington – Learn and have fun at an outdoor class or event at the Pierce County Library System. To give children, teenagers and adults the classes and events they’ve been wanting, the Pierce County Library is offering classes in parking lots, fields and in other outdoor […]
Read the Town of Steilacoom Administrator’s August 27 report to the Town Council by clicking here.
A letter from John Perry, Candidate for Steilacoom Town Council. The results for the Primary election were published earlier this month and Steilacoom stood out from the rest of Pierce County with regards to voter participation. I want to take a minute to wish a heartfelt thank you from the Perry Family for your support. […]
Submitted by Gregory L. Alderete. Local primaries and elections are upon us. Candidates and civic-minded volunteers are going door to door, at local farmers’ markets, and placing campaign signs within the voting districts. Each one of those signs cost the candidate about five dollars. When you steal one, you are stealing from the candidate and […]