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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: the Court is open to provide services to the Tribal Community. The courthouse is open to the public in its available capacity and expects delays. For convenience, visitors may contact the Court to schedule appointment for paperwork purposes or may drop-off paperwork in the Court’s secure drop-box located outside the courthouse. All docketed hearings shall be held remotely until further notice. The Court will make every effort to mitigate any delay caused by COVID-19 related procedures. Visit the Court Page for further information.

The Rental Assistance and Mortgage Assistance Application is open September 1, 2022 to October 27, 2022 (4pm). Apply HERE.
The School Clothes Assistance Application for the 2022-2023 School year is open!
Only online applications will be accepted. Apply online HERE.


Applications should be submitted to the Education Incentives Program by July 27, 2022

Late applications and supporting documentation will not be accepted after September 29, 2022

Read the Guidelines and Policies HERE.

If you need assistance completing this application, please contact EIP@PuyallupTribe-nsn.gov to schedule a virtual meeting to complete it together.

2022 Minor’s Bonus Payments – Additional General Welfare Expense Application. Apply here.

Last call: Applications must be received by January 26th at 5PM PST to receive the additional $2,750 or it will be deposited into the trust.
Applications received after this final deadline will be considered for the May 2022 bonus and the $2,750 will be deposited into the trust for this payment.

2022 Puyallup Tribe Adult General Welfare Program Initial Application. Apply here.
Puyallup Tribe Adult General Welfare Program Substantiation Form. Apply here.
Attention Tribal Members and Tribal Employees: Tribe will pay you for full COVID-19 vaccinations
Learn more here.


The Puyallup Tribe of Indians have lived along the shores of the Puget Sound in Washington State for thousands of years.

The people of the Puyallup Tribe have been known for "generous and welcoming behavior to all people who enter our lands." Living off the waters of the Puyallup River fed by Mount Rainier, the Puyallup People fished, hunted, and traveled by these waters. Using the Western red cedar to make many things like homes, utensils, and canoes. Tribal History

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