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Posted at 2:42 PM, Jun 26, 2020 . Hill Community Park, Traffic signal system coming to Steele Street South and 102nd Street South intersection, piercecountywa.gov/6959/CARES-Relief-Programs, Local Rotarians help Pierce County elections, Approval of community plan updates set stage for growth in Pierce County, Outdoor siren warning system updated to help communities respond to emergencies, Workshop explores considerations for moving in aging parents, CARES Act partnership creates over 70 new paid job internships for young adults, Meet Me in the Park partnership increases programming in time of need, Birth to 25 Advisory Board seeking new members, Help for families navigating dementia and driving discussions, Social Security presentation offers strategies to save money, maximize benefits, Stan and Joan Cross Park opens; design features sustainable restoration of historic barns and access, CARES Act funds will help affordable housing operators maintain stability, Pierce County refinances bonds; saves over $25 million, Undersheriff Brent Bomkamp appointed sheriff by Pierce County Council, A coalition dedicated to connecting four counties with regional trails launches Sept. 30, Moody's Upgrades Pierce County's Bond Rating Thanks to Strong Fiscal Management, Pierce County virtual talent show registration now open, Change of season brings lower fares for Pierce County Ferry riders, Voight's Creek bridge on Foothills Trail closed for repair, Pierce County businesses: Apply by Oct. 2 to receive COVID-19 relief funds, Pierce County property taxes due by Nov. 2, Medicare changes place responsibilities on beneficiaries, Criminal Justice Work Group findings presented to County Council, Pierce County Council increases funding for commercial rent/mortgage assistance, Pierce County takes steps to have Electron Dam removed, Wildfire Smoke Alert for the Puget Sound Region, Washington State Task Force-1 deploying to Oregon to assist with search and rescue, Mobile Testing Stations postponed Saturday due to poor air quality, Pierce County fire marshal determines Graham fire accidental, Pierce County parks remain open for recreation this fall, Workshop examines pros and cons of reverse mortgages, Self-care Is vital when providing care for Alzheimer’s, Community input needed for Carbon River Levee Setback Study, Virtual career event seeks to connect youth with job opportunities at Pierce County, Sept. 11, Virtual workshops offer safety tips for older adults on Falls Prevention Awareness Day, Pierce County Ferry sets Labor Day weekend schedule, Pierce County Council allocates $5.5 million in CARES Act monies to schools, Project to reduce river flooding risks along Orville Road East starts Aug. 31, Section of Sumner Link Trail to close during levee preservation project, Final awards for mortgage assistance and foreclosure prevention announced, Pierce County Canvassing Board meeting canceled, Pierce County to hire more Sheriff deputies, Self-care vital in supporting people with Alzheimer’s, CARES Act funds will help technical college students afford school, 15 annual Alzheimer's Conference goes virtual, New features and improvements at North Lake Tapps County Park, Pierce County Flood Control Zone District announces new grant to reduce flood risk, Businesses throughout Pierce County weigh in on COVID-19 impacts, programs needed for recovery, Burn ban goes into effect Thursday morning in unincorporated Pierce County, Workshop provides guidance on essential legal documents, Orting-Kapowsin Highway East will be closed south of 252nd Street East Aug. 17-28, North Herron Road Northwest bridge project started July 20, Pierce County Council authorizes release of remaining CARES Act funding, Workshop lays out basics of Social Security Disability, Workshop summarizes Medicare changes for COVID-19, Pierce County seeks public input on project to replace Milroy Bridge, Bike lanes, sidewalks coming to section of 121st Street South, Pierce County observes Independence Day July 3, Online open house on draft regulations for Enhanced Services Facilities and group homes, Nearly $80 million in CARES Act funding allocated, Project to increase pedestrian safety along 12th Avenue South and 124th Street South starts July 6, New sewer pump station to be built at intersection of 28th Avenue East and 182nd Street East, Annual property values set by Pierce County Assessor-Treasurer, County allocates $5 million to help schools safely reopen in the fall, Accessibility improvements coming to section of Gem Heights Drive East, Pierce County Parks expands opportunities for recreation, New Pierce County Ferry schedule goes into effect July 1; summer two-boat service begins July 3, Levee repair work off Foothills Trail at SR 162 and 177th Street East planned this summer, Pierce County allocates CARES funding to scale up COVID testing, support for affordable housing, County continues to allocate CARES Act funding; More than $17 million in support, Regular hours for yard waste drop-off resume June 8, Pierce County approved to move to Phase 2 of Safe Start order, Pierce County Parks to open select outdoor restrooms June 5, Pierce County applies to enter Phase 2 of Safe Start order, Pierce County allocates $3.8 million to help farmers, seniors and homeowners, Section of Fillmore Drive Northwest/56th Street Northwest to be resurfaced, Ken Farmer named head of Pierce County Disaster Recovery Office, Pierce County distributes next $17 million in CARES Act funding, State loan program to open new doors for Pierce County Airport-Thun Field hangar tenants, Auditor seeks to appoint committee members for voters’ pamphlet, Traffic signal system coming to 38th Avenue East and 152nd Street East intersection May 5, Pierce County Parks to open May 5; Chambers Bay opens May 1, Yard waste accepted on Sunday mornings at some transfer stations beginning May 3, Pierce County Law Library receives prestigious community engagement award, Work to install sidewalks on section of Olson Drive Northwest starts April 28, Pierce County Council allocates an additional $3 million in small business funding and $500,000 in f, Three Pierce County transfer stations to accept yard waste during limited hours starting April 21, Peak season fares for Pierce County Ferry start May 1, 60-day extension for Pierce County Ferry Value Pass tickets available, Construction project on section of Canyon Road East expected to start April 8, County Assessor-Treasurer extends property tax due date to June 1, Yard waste drop-off temporarily halted at Pierce County transfer stations, effective Sat., March 28, Council approves emergency ordinances related to COVID-19, Pierce County sewer system seeing increase in non-flushable items, Annual county roadside herbicide applications start March 23.

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