1. Pierce County Juror Appreciation (Stay Home, Stay Healthy Edition)

    Our Justice system cannot function without the help of our citizens who serve as jurors. Read on...
  2. Governor Inslee appoints two new judges, Matthew Thomas and Susan Adams

    Pierce County Superior Court is pleased to announce that Matthew Thomas and Susan Adams have been appointed by Governor Jay Inslee to be the next judicial officers for Department 13 and Department 11, respectively. Read on...
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  1. Updated guidance for commercial and residential inspections

    Inspections are limited to specific types until the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order is lifted. Learn more
  2. Yard waste drop-off temporarily halted at transfer stations in Pierce County

    Transfer stations in Pierce County (outside of Tacoma) will temporarily stop accepting yard waste only effective Saturday, March 28. Read On...
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For more information about Coronavirus Impacts to Planning & Public Works visit this website.

CARES Act Funding

The federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act passed by Congress allocated federal funds to jurisdictions across the country with populations over 500,000. The amount provided to each entity was based on population size.  Pierce County received an allocation of approximately $158 million.

For the week ending May 15th, a total of $21,522,940 has been allocated.

  • $8,237,900 to Economic Stabilization and Recovery Programs

  • $7,165,040 to Public Health Emergency Response

  • $5,750,000 to Community Response and Resilience

  • $370,000 to Essential Government Services

Ways to Help and Get Help During COVID-19

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Pierce County has confirmed cases of novel coronavirus COVID-19. It’s important to follow the guidance of the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department to lessen the spread of the disease. Visit the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department for more information.