Pierce County administrative offices open during normal business hours.
Executive Dammeier has declared an end to the inclement weather period. The County will be fully operational beginning Wednesday, February 13.
Road Alerts Map
View current roadway obstructions that we are monitoring, such as water over the roadway, mudslides and downed trees, by viewing theRoad Alerts Map. Some issues may result in lane closures and road closures.
Please note that not all roadway obstructions appear on this map such as most traffic accidents, construction/utility work, short-term maintenance work, or issues that have not been reported to us.
Hazardous trees along the Foothills National Recreational Trail are scheduled to be removed between March 5 and 22, 2019. Please contact Jessica Stone at (253) 798-4089 for more information.
Help us identify neighborhoods to plow by calling (253) 798-8888 and giving your address. The hotline is available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
For unincorporated Pierce County only.
This lets drivers focus on collecting recycling and garbage (especially for customers who weren't serviced last week).
Murrey's: No collection this week.
LeMay: No collection on Mon or Tues this week AND next. Normal collection resumes on Feb. 25.
Pierce County Alert
Sign up for alerts from Pierce County's Department of Emergency Management.
Learn how to make an emergency kit and create an emergency plan.
The American Red Cross and Pierce County Emergency Management decide when and where to open shelters. People are encouraged to bring personal comfort items, medications and toiletries to shelters. Pets are not allowed; owners are responsible for making alternative arrangements in advance.
To find out if a shelter is open and where it is located, call Pierce County Emergency Management: (253) 798-7470.
Pierce Transit provides transportation to shelters. Please call (253) 581-8000 for more information.