Capital Facilities Plan
The Washington State Growth Management Act (GMA) is a state law that requires state and local governments to manage growth. The act, adopted in 1990, provides a framework for land use and regulating development. All communities must protect critical environmental areas and conserve natural resource lands like farms and forests.
Puyallup School District's Capital Facilities Plan inventories our schools. It supports facilities and undeveloped and underdeveloped properties to ensure we're good stewards of public funds and our environmental and natural resource areas.
This report also assesses the district's student enrollment growth prospects and identifies the new construction, modernization, and renovation work needed to meet the demands of expanding student enrollment.
The district’s construction programs are on a six-year plan cycle.
Annual updates to this plan are required to collect impact fees on residential developments.