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On May 30, 2018, the City of University Place will launch the new digital version of Headlines, its long-running community newsletter. The publication will be emailed every two weeks to all addresses the City has on file.

“Our new electronic version of Headlines reflects our commitment to providing our residents and business owners with timely and regular communications,” said Steve Sugg, University Place’s City Manager.

Planning Commission to Hold Public Hearing on Comprehensive Plan Amendments

In preparation and as a requirement for the Regional Growth Center (RGC) designation, the City developed a Subarea Plan which was adopted by the City Council in November 2017. To implement the Subarea Plan, the City is amending the Comprehensive Plan and Development Regulations as they pertain to the RGC area.

Regular Council Meeting

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

Council Packet

Project Meeting - Cirque Drive Phase 3 Roadway Improvements

Please join us for a Project Meeting regarding the Cirque Drive West Phase 3 Roadway Improvements project.

This project will add sidewalks, street lights and landscaping on Cirque Drive West from Grandview Drive West to 83rd Avenue West.

The meeting will take place from 7 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Jan.24, 2019 at University Place City Hall, 3715 Bridgeport Way West.

Sponsored by the City of University Place Engineering Department; for more information call 253.460.2526.

Sweetheart Dance 2019

Formerly known as the Daddy Daughter Dance, presented by Curtis High School.

We may have a new name, but it will still be the same great event that it has been since 2004! This year marks the 16th year for memories to be made for all to attend. The Curtis High School ASB is excited to continue the tradition!

Sunset Terrace Park Re-Opens Following Improvements

University Place children (and their parents) are celebrating the re-opening of one of the City’s most popular parks, Sunset Terrace at 1902 Seaview St. W. The park was closed last year when it became clear that the tot-lot and associated wooden play structures that were installed in 1999 had reached their useful life expectancy. Maintenance and repairs on the equipment were no longer cost efficient. 

City Council Approves 2019-2020 Budget

On Dec. 17, 2018, the University Place City Council passed the 2019-2020 budget. The 2019 budget calls for $27.8 million in operating funds, $2.1 million in capital funds and $2.5 million in Internal Service charges, for a total of $32.4 million.


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