Current COVID-19 Updates
Staying Safe in Pierce County

COVID-19 is still present in our communities. Mask guidance will follow the local health order and the state health order. The best protection for individuals and communities is to get a COVID-19 vaccine. For additional information, please see the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department website.



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Pierce County Rental and Utility Assistance


Pierce County Human Services and the City of Tacoma have received funding for rental and utility assistance for tenants impacted by COVID-19 and are behind on rent. This program is only for renters. Homeowners are not eligible to apply for rent or utility assistance at this time, but we hope to have mortgage assistance available soon. The purpose of the Rental Assistance program is to prevent eviction for Pierce County residents (including those living in the City of Tacoma) impacted by COVID-19 who are behind on rent. Applicants must qualify as low-income at or below 80% Area Median Income (AMI), but priority will be given to those under 50% AMI.
 

County Services Updates
  1. Suspension of Jury Trials

    Pierce County Superior Court has suspended all new civil and criminal jury trials until at least January 21, 2022. Jury trials are slated to begin again on January 24th. This date will be revisited as it approaches to see if it needs to be extended. Read on...
  2. Application Period Open for Court Visitor & GAL Registries

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  1. Development Center Customers Encouraged to Use Online Services

    Please use online services through Jan. 21 Read On...
  2. Key Center Transfer Station Closed Jan. 7

    Key Center Transfer Station is closed Jan. 7, 2022 due to a fallen tree. Other transfer stations remain open at this time. For a list of other Pierce County transfer stations, visit: piercecountywa.gov/transferstations Read On...
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