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Thursday, 23rd May 2019
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At their regular meeting of Tuesday, August 28, 2018 City Council adopted their 2018-19 slate of strategic priorities and goals

The Mayor and City Council received input from residents, businesses, and other civic groups to help inform their planning strategy. Groups, such as the Town-Gown Collaborative (an initiative started between Mayor Johnson and President Schulz), Pullman 2040, and the Pullman Downtown Association have helped to provide input in the goal-setting process.

The goals, which fall under the priorities, are a mix of short-, medium- and long-term items that the Mayor and City Council have determined are focus areas of city personnel and community partners to support and develop work plans and deliverables.

This is the link to the 2018 Consumer Confidence Report for the City of Pullman Drinking Water System, Pullman Washington.

In recent weeks, we have had unusually high number of instances of graffiti at a some of our Pullman parks. The graffiti has been on park buildings, benches, tables, and in park restrooms. At Spring Street Park staff painted the restrooms and less one day after opening, it had already been tagged again with graffiti, which has resulted in the restrooms again being closed.

Graffiti vandalism is a crime. It is the act of marking or defacing premises or other property without permission. 

Graffiti vandalism significantly affects individuals and the community. 

The removal and prevention of graffiti vandalism is very costly to the community. Hundreds of tax payer dollars are being spent annually on cleaning up graffiti and repairing the damage that it causes. Spending this public money on cleaning graffiti means that money is not being spent on things that can benefit the community. 

Graffiti vandalism can be a dangerous activity. Graffiti is often applied in dangerous locations, such as along train tracks, train corridors and train tunnels. 

We are asking you to report any unusual activity that you may witness in any of our city parks. You can call us at 509-338-3227 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays, or email us. We thank you in advance for your help with this issue. 




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