Replacement Levy Election
Levy logLevy funds 19% of Operating BudgetThe levy funds about 170 of Puyallup's teachers


Educational Programs and Operations Replacement Levy

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The Puyallup School Board has unanimously agreed to place an Educational Programs and Operations Replacement Levy on the February 13, 2018 Special Election ballot.

This would not be a new tax for voters, rather continuing support for existing educational programs and day-today operations in all district schools. Read more




2017-18 Revenue by Source If approved, the replacement levy will begin in 2019 and represent a reduction to taxpayers. The estimated annual tax rate for the Educational Programs and Operations Replacement Levy will be $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed valuation, which is $1.98 cents less than the rate of $3.48 previously approved by voters in 2014. Read more
 School Board On November 6 directors approved a resolution to re-certify the tax assessment for outstanding bonds by an amount $10 million less than what is needed in 2018. This will reduce the amount collected of tax payers, thus reducing what would otherwise be a one year spike in tax rates. Read more
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Operations levy dollars provide schools with a clean, safe learning environments.

The Operations Department oversees the maintenance and operating efficiencies for 32 school buildings and grounds and 13 support facilities throughout the district.  The district has a total of 170 acres of athletic fields and elementary playfields to maintain. Read more


 Trumpeteers How will the reduced replacement levy affect:
 - K-12 educational programs
 - Transportation of students
 - Staffing
 - Day-to-day Operations
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