Site Impact

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Goal: Upgrade and enhance Pierce County’s built environment to be increasingly conducive to sustainable operations



  • Provide access to electric vehicle charging station infrastructure where feasible at Pierce County sites.
  • Improve access to bike parking for Pierce County employees and visitors.
  • Identify opportunities for on-site stormwater management.
  • Prioritize access to public transportation whenever feasible at Pierce County sites.


Ride on!

Good news for bike riders! The County-City Building Campus has two new public bike parking areas available to visitors. The bike racks are located just outside both the 1st and 2nd floor public entrances making them convenient and safe. This project supports the County's ongoing effort to improve access to sustainable transportation infrastructure at Pierce County sites helping make our community a cleaner and healthier place to live, work and play. Read more...
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Charge it!

To further support alternative transportation options at Pierce County sites, a sixth electric vehicle charging station was installed at the Pierce County Annex. This station was installed to charge one of the County’s electric fleet vehicles and is available for all employees to use who work at the Annex Campus.

This additional charging station is the second one to be installed at the Annex, following the charging station that was installed in 2011 and is available for public use.
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Four additional electric vehicle charging stations are located near the County-City Building and serve the County’s downtown campus. One charging station is located in the Jail surface parking lot and is available for public use. The other three charging stations are near the County-City Building’s second floor entrance and serve Pierce County’s electric fleet vehicles.