Pierce County contains some of the richest and most fertile soil in the state and purchasing local food makes it more likely that our farmers will stay economically strong.
Find out the true costs to vehicle ownership, and learn about some other alternatives.
Over 830,000 people live in Pierce County and our daily actions impact the health of local waterways.
Food waste makes up about 15% of our waste. Find out what you can do to fix the problem.
Modern vehicles don't need to warm up to start. If it is safe to do so, turn off your car.
Look for utility rebates on light bulbs when it's time to replace your old appliances. Save time, energy, and money at home.
No oil, no air pollution, and cheaper-to-operate electric vehicles will win the future.
Programmable Thermostats can save you up to 20% on your electricity or natural gas bill if you take the time to set them.
Tacoma and Pierce County have worked hard to reduce wood smoke to improve human health.
The summer is a great time to get out and enjoy nature in Pierce County!