A South Sound 911 representative will be on-hand to answer questions about the agency’s planned public safety communications center during a presentation at May council meetings held in Graham and Wilkeson. The presentation is about the overall proposed “concept” to relocate Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department and Pierce County Community Connections in order to make way for the construction of South Sound 911’s new facility. The presentation will be an updated and condensed version of the community information sessions held around the county in April.
The condensed presentation will be included as a part of the regular in-district meetings of the Pierce County Council on May 10 at 6:30 p.m. at Graham Fire & Rescue Station 94 (23014 70th Ave. E.) and on May 24 at 5:30 p.m. at Wilkeson Town Hall (540 Church St.).
Notice of any future public meetings regarding South Sound 911’s public safety communications center will be posted on our project website: www.southsound911.org/pscc.