1. Upcoming Events
  1. January 26

    Special Board Meeting A special board meeting to amend Election Resolution 2021-12-08 and then enter into an executive session to participate in a strategy session relative to strategy and/or position to be taken by the governing body during the course of upcoming CBA negotiations as permitted by RCW 42.30.140(4).
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  2. February 5

    Whittier Park Habitat Stewardship Volunteer with us by spending 3 hours at Whittier Park in Fircrest. Activities include installing a thick layer of mulch and burlap to rot out non-native blackberry roots. This work supports water quality, our local wildlife, and pollinators. Exact meeting location will be provided after signing up.
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  3. February 8

    Surviving Winter: Band-Aids to Get Your Livestock Farm Through Until Spring Is Your Farm a mud pit this time of year? Then this is the class for you! Get some band aid tips to help you survive this winter, and ideas for real solutions to install this summer.
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  4. February 9

    Monthly Board of Supervisors Meeting Our monthly Board of Supervisors meeting to update work accomplished and future plans. Open to the public.
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  1. February 12

    Bradley Lake Park Work Party Join the Bradley Lake Park Habitat Stewards in restoration of the west side of the park. Tasks include installing a thick layer of burlap bags and mulch to rot out non-native blackberry roots. Plantings will occur in Fall and Winter months in areas that have been prepped.
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  2. February 12

    Silver Creek Habitat Stewardship Volunteer with us by spending 3 hours at Silver Creek in Puyallup. Activities include making and installing willow live stakes and protecting past plantings. This work supports water quality, our local wildlife, and pollinators. Silver Creek is in downtown Puyallup. Exact meeting location will be provided after signing up.
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  3. February 17

    Managing Wildfire Risk Around Your Western Washington Home Managing Wildfire Risk Around Your Western Washington Home: Nationally, approximately 10 million acres were burned in 2020, with approximately 6 million of those acres burned in the Western United States. In 2020, Washington State had approximately 1,700 fires that burned over 813,000 acres and damaged or destroyed 724 structures. The Sumner Grade fire was one of the largest Wildfire Urban Interface fires that Western Washington has seen in some time, burning over 700 acres and damaging and...
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  4. February 18

    Deadline to Register as a Candidate in PCD Board of Supervisors Elections Conservation District Board Supervisors are public officials who serve without compensation and set policy and direction for the Conservation District.
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