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Join us for Fife’s annual Sweetheart Dance. It’s a chance for children to create lifelong memories with their parent or special adult in their life.
Dance the night away with live music from the Funaddicts. Plus enjoy cool crafts, food and beverages.
When: 5:30-8 p.m., Saturday, February 29
Where: Fife Community Center, 2111 54th Ave. E., Fife
Cost: $12 children, $17 adults. Food + drink included in admission.
Information: Get tickets here. Find more details here.
Congratulations to Mayor Kim Roscoe and Deputy Mayor Lew Wolfrom. Both were reappointed to continue serving as the city’s mayor and deputy mayor at the February 11 Fife City Council meeting. Fife’s mayor is appointed by fellow councilmembers for a two-year term. Fife’s deputy mayor is appointed by councilmembers for a one-year term. Read more about the council appointments here.
At the February 11 council meeting, Fife City Councilmembers voted to streamline the start times for all its meetings. The new start time beginning with the March 10 council meeting will be 6 p.m. That start time will be the same for regular council meetings and study sessions. The February 18 council study session will begin at 6 p.m. and the February 25 council meeting will start at 7 p.m. However, the new 6 p.m. start time will become regular practice beginning with the March 10 council meeting. For more information on city council meetings and to review the agendas, please click here.
The City of Fife has set up an information page for Benthien Loop residents who will be connecting to the city’s water and/or sewer lines before the June 10, 2020 deadline for waived fees. Find that information page at https://www.cityoffife.org/connect.
Due to processing fees, effective December 4, 2019, we are no longer able to accept credit card payments over $1,000. Please click here to learn more.
Did you know you can sign up for auto payments for utility billing? You can also make a one-time payment online. To do so, visit this page. For more information on utility payments, visit this page.
Partnering with Pierce County Department of Emergency Management, the City of Fife is in the process of updating the 2020-2025 Pierce County Region 5 Hazard Mitigation Plan. These updated plans assist in gaining or maintaining eligibility for grant funding, both pre-and post-disaster. By participating in the survey below, your input provides important information regarding the preparedness level of our community and will assist us with planning efforts to update our hazard mitigation plan.
Follow this link to take the survey.
Click here for more information on the Hazard Mitigation Plan Update.
Watch a video of the I-5 Southbound Port of Tacoma off-ramp work completed in October 2019.
Read our city newsletter and find out about all the latest happenings here.