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Map of 2022 Proposed Levy
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Puyallup School District voters will be asked to consider a $125 million Capital Levy on the November 8, 2022 general election ballot.  

The capital levy would provide needed infrastructure improvements not funded by the state that  address safety, security, and technology access throughout PSD schools and facilities.

The levy of taxes over a six-year period would include:
Upgraded security intrusion systems, cameras, alarms, and fire protection;
Expanded student and staff access to technology through infrastructure and equipment enhancements, internet access, device life cycle replacements, and network cabling upgrades;
Improved heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems and equipment, lighting, roofing, and flooring;
Improved parking and traffic flow at schools to ensure safe and efficient access; and
Enhanced outdoor learning spaces through playground, all-weather athletic tracks at junior high schools and field improvements.
Link to a full listing below of upgrades and improvements at each school:


A previous capital levy request was narrowly rejected by a majority of voters in the Feb. 8, 2022 special election. Since then, community feedback was gathered, and adjustments were made to the capital levy request voters will consider on November 8. 

The main difference between the previous and new capital levy request is that Proposition 1 will not include funds for constructing a central transportation facility or rebuilding the current maintenance facility. The funds that would have been used for those facilities have been reallocated in the new capital levy request to fund additional safety, security, and technology improvements districtwide.

Image of Levy Improvements Graph
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Informational Open Houses

We hope you will join us for one of our in-person or virtual informational capital levy open houses. Attendees will learn about safety and security improvements, understand critical facility needs, and gain insight into what this means to the average homeowner. See the dates, times, and locations/links for these events below. Each virtual open house will have a focus on projects for schools in one of the three regions of the district. To see which schools are in each region, click here

Virtual Open Houses
Each will begin at 6 p.m. with a 1-Hour Presentation and Q&A

October 18 (Region 1) Link:

October 19 (Region 2) Link:

October 20 (Region 3) Link:


In-Person Open Houses
Come any time between 6-8 p.m. at the following locations. Each in-person informational open house will have a focus on projects for the region of the district that each open house is hosted in. To see which schools are in each region, click here

October 25 at Glacier View Junior High, 12807 184th St. E (Region 1)

October 26 at Ballou Junior High, 9916 136th St. E (Region 2)

October 27 at Aylen Junior High, 101 15th St. SW (Region 3)