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To help protect the Tribal community against the spread of COVID-19, Puyallup Tribal Council has extended the government building closure. Tribal buildings have been closed since Nov. 9, with access limited to appointment-only with supervisory approval. Tribal Administration will continue to operate essential tribal government services. Employees will be teleworking, so to reach a specific department or program by phone or email, visit our Directory page: http://puyallup-tribe.com/services/directory.html.



More information is on our Coronavirus (COVID-19) page.

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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: Puyallup Tribal Court is open remotely to provide services to the Tribal community. The courthouse is closed to the public and expects delays. 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.

School Clothes Assistance Application for the 2021-2022 school year is open through Wednesday, September 29, 2021.
Apply online at: https://bit.ly/2USbdZS.
For more information visit http://puyallup-tribe.com/services/p/eduincentive.html
Click here to apply for the 2022 Puyallup Tribe Adult General Welfare Program Substantiation Form
(due date: December 15, 2021)
Children's General Welfare Program Application available online. Click here to apply.
Email questions or scanned applications to GeneralWelfare@PuyallupTribe-nsn.gov


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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