Be Smart. Be Prepared.

The images coming out of North Carolina in the last week remind us that Mother Nature can be unpredictable and unrelenting. When disaster strikes, the best way to ensure the safety and survival of loved ones and property is to be prepared.

University Place in the Spotlight

Be sure to check out the latest episode of Pierce County TV’s "The Business Next Door” which this month spotlights economic development in University Place.

The five-minute video features Pierce County Councilmember Connie Ladenburg's interviews with Mayor Kent Keel and Bryan Reynolds, owner of Anthem Coffee. There is also stunning video of the community.

Make a Difference Day

Residents of University Place are invited to join millions of Americans across the country on Saturday, Oct. 27 for annual Make A Difference Day activities that are designed to make their communities better, cleaner, safer and more welcoming places.

University Place invites residents to gather at Kobayashi Park (6420 Chambers Creek Rd. W.) to assist with ivy removal, trail clean up, and painting of the picnic shelter. Bring your own tools and gardening gloves and prepare to get dirty and have fun.

Regular Council Meeting

Town Hall
3715 Bridgeport Way West, Ste. B-1
University Place, WA  98466

Agenda
Council Packet

Fall Arts & Concert Series

Classical, Renaissance, Jazz and popular music are among the incredible variety of musical offerings in the Fall 2018 Arts & Concerts Series sponsored by UP for Arts. This year’s Fall offerings include an array of outstanding musical performers paired with multi-talented visual artists including photographers, painters and wood/stone artists.

All events occur on the following Fridays from 7 to 8:30 pm in the University Place Civic/Library Atrium located at 3609 Market Square (36th and Bridgeport). Free parking is available underneath the library.

Fall Arts & Concert Series

Classical, Renaissance, Jazz and popular music are among the incredible variety of musical offerings in the Fall 2018 Arts & Concerts Series sponsored by UP for Arts. This year’s Fall offerings include an array of outstanding musical performers paired with multi-talented visual artists including photographers, painters and wood/stone artists.

All events occur on the following Fridays from 7 to 8:30 pm in the University Place Civic/Library Atrium located at 3609 Market Square (36th and Bridgeport). Free parking is available underneath the library.

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