In its early years, Puyallup was known for its hops, berries and flowers. Today many events, such as the Washington State Fair, the Daffodil Festival and Parade, and the Puyallup Farmers Market pay tribute to the city’s agricultural past. But there’s much more happening in Puyallup than meets the eye. Two regional retail centers in downtown and South Hill offer a variety of shopping and dining opportunities. Great parks, excellent K-12 schools, and a modern regional medical center are some of the amenities appreciated by residents and visitors alike.
CURRENT POPULATION INFO: 40,500 People (2017), Median Age: 34, Bachelor’s Degree or Higher: 24.6%, Median Home Price: $251,300, Median Household Income: $63,009 (2014)
FUTURE GROWTH: Forecasted/Planned growth of 50,000 by 2030
The Puyallup School District is the eighth largest district in the state of Washington. The district has 21 elementary schools, seven junior high schools, three comprehensive senior high schools and an alternative school, all of which serve more than 22,250 students.
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