Puyallup

The city was named after native American tribe, the Puyallup or S’Puyalupubsh (phonetically: spooy-all-up-ahbsh) which means “generous and welcoming behavior to all people (friends and strangers) who enter our lands”. The Puyallup Indian Reservation located in Pierce County includes land in Tacoma, Waller, Fife, Milton, Edgewood, and Puyallup and is one of the most urban Indian reservations in the United States. The Puyallup River was named for the Puyallup tribe who originally lived throughout the river basin. Puyallup is rooted, literally, in a rich agricultural heritage that residents and visitors can still enjoy. Generations of local farmers still continue to operate in the Puyallup Valley and have expanded their scope of business to include updated retail locations that attract thousands of visitors every year. So if you don’t have the time or space to start your own garden, Puyallup continues to offer healthy, fun and educational opportunities to purchase locally grown fruits and vegetables.​

 

Geography

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Puyallup Average Home Sales Price:​

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Puyallup  Average Home Days On Market:​

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Puyallup  Average Price Per Sq Ft:

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