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Posted on 07/12/2022
Saturday, July 30th: Orangegate Park Cleanup from 9am-Noon with a photo-op with as many of our board members as possible along with Roxanne Miles, Executive Director of Pierce County Parks & Recreation at Noon at 46th Ave & 84th St E with an Orangegate Park walk through after the photo-op.
Posted on 08/27/2021
Calling all artists! Information about submitting artwork for utility box wraps in our community:
Posted on 08/16/2021
Final Orangegate Park Master Plan is now available:
Posted on 08/06/2021
A message from Marty Campbell, Pierce County Council District 5, shining a light on Pierce County Parks:
Posted on 08/02/2021
A message from Marty Campbell, Pierce County Council District 5, regarding the impacts of extreme heat in our area:
Posted on 06/22/2021
A message from Marty Campbell, Pierce County Council District 5, regarding the retirement of Councilmember Assistant Mark Williams on June 30, 2021:
Posted on 04/20/2021
PierceCoCouncil (@Pierce County Council) Tweeted: This is a great opportunity to get involved in local government and offer valuable insight to help shape future policy decisions around accessibility in @PierceCo https://twitter.com/piercecocouncil/status/1384568852596486147?s=27
Posted on 04/08/2021
On April 15, vaccine access will be open to all people ages 16 and older in Washington State with no qualifying conditions required.
Go to tpchd.org/vaxtothefuture for information on local sites offering vaccines and for mass vaccine event registration.
Locations of individual vaccine sites also can be found on the Washington State’s vaccine finder: vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov
Posted on 03/16/2021
Orangegate Park Master Plan & Pipeline Trail Update:
Pipeline Trail Update:
Posted on 03/12/2021
A message from Marty Campbell, Pierce County Council, District 5 regarding anticipated federal funding:
Posted on 02/12/2021
A message from Marty Campbell, Pierce County Council, District 5 regarding Proposed Sustainability 2030 Plan update:
Posted on 01/15/2021
A message from Marty Campbell, Pierce County Council, District 5 regarding COVID-19 Vaccination efforts:
Posted on 01/11/2021
We need you!
The Summit-Waller Community Association (SWCA) Board of Directors is seeking new board members! We are currently looking to fill up to three positions on the Board.
What does the SWCA do?
The SWCA Board of Directors is a nine-member, all volunteer group comprised of local Summit-Waller residents. The association’s mission is to promote the quality of life, neighborhoods, and enjoyment of property for residents living in the Summit-Waller community. We do this by partnering with residents, Pierce County and other organizations on a variety of programs, activities and activism. You can find our full mission and objectives on our website at https://summitwaller.org/swca-mission/.
With approximately 5,750 residences in the Summit-Waller community the Board represents less than one percent of the total residences. They can’t do it alone and need your help!
What is the time commitment?
Board meetings are the first Tuesday of every month (7-9pm). Currently, meetings are virtual, so you don’t even have to leave your home to attend! Our annual meeting occurs in the first Tuesday in May.
Once we are able, meetings will be held in person at the Mid-County Community Center located behind Central Avenue Elementary School. Also, outside activities such as the Waller Road roadside litter pick-up, Orangegate Park cleanup and annual Membership and Community meeting will resume, and could greatly benefit from your participation, but are not required.
What are the qualifications to join the Board?
It’s easy. Do you live within Summit-Waller? Do you work or own a business within Summit-Waller? Do you work for the Puyallup or Franklin Pierce School Districts? We just ask that you either work or live in the community.
How do I join?
It’s easy. Fill out the Board of Directors application posted on our website and Facebook page. Return it and plan to attend an upcoming board meeting. If you have any questions you can always contact Angela Freudenstein Angove directly or email us at https://summitwaller.org/swca-contact-us/.
Thank you and we hope to hear from you soon!