Community Member Resources
City of Pullman Announcements & Updates
The video below contains details on the results of the recent City of Pullman poll regarding reopening businesses in Pullman, precautions/protocols the community expressed opinions about, and moving towards economic recovery.
Message from City of Pullman Economic Development Office– click to read
We ARE still conducting permitting, plan review, building inspections, and all of the services we normally provide. However, out of an abundance of caution, City Hall is closed to the public, except by appointment. The City of Pullman has been implementing many precautionary measures in an effort to help limit the spread of this virus and protect the health and safety of employees and the public.
Here is a link to alerts and updates on the City website: https://www.pullman-wa.gov/government/departments/police_department/alerts___updates
During this time, if your business with the City can be conducted via phone or email, we ask that you please reach out to us by one of those means. We also have a dropbox in the vestibule of the southwest entrance at City Hall for customers to leave submittals, permit applications, or other documents for our department as needed.
If you need to meet with City staff from our departments, please call ahead (509-338-3220) in order to arrange a time to do so. This includes permit issuance transactions. If you need to reach administrative support staff for the Public Works and Planning offices by email, please use PWP-Admin@pullman-wa.gov.
We are all adjusting to the circumstances as best we can while continuing to serve you and this community. Things have been changing quickly and may continue changing, so please bear with us. We wish you well and are happy to serve you however we can.
Jeromy Moore, Senior Building Inspector:
Allen Luke, Building Inspector:
Adam Hoffman, Building Inspector:
Joseph Whitney, Building Inspector:
The City of Pullman is offering to create temporary pick-up zones for any dining venue offering take-out during this moratorium on dine-in service due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The Public Works Director has the authority to establish a “No Parking– Loading Zone” If you are a restaurant offering pick-up and are interested in establishing a temporary pick-up zone in front of your business, email Gary.Jenkins@pullman-wa.gov with your business name, primary contact and address. The city is committed to processing these as quickly as possible once a request has been submitted.