The City of Tacoma has appointed Lisa Woods, assistant to the city manager, to the role.
The Washington State Department of Commerce announced that it recently modified the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program to help low-income households cover cooling and air conditioning costs.
To determine its findings, Teamflow researchers used data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Household Pulse Survey.
The Tacoma City Council has adopted an ordinance that updates the city’s Rental Housing Code to line up with Washington’s just-cause eviction provisions that went into effect in May.
Since 2011, Comcast has connected 560,000 low-income people across the state to broadband internet.
The new Wesley at Tehaleh senior living community includes two buildings.
The 7,300-square-foot space features two classrooms, a computer lab, a student study and gathering place, offices, and a reception area.
This year’s keynote speaker will be Didi Caldwell of Global Location Strategies.
Lacey MakerSpace is going to receive a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration.
The projects are set to begin construction within the next 60 to 90 days.
Kent Community Foundation is launching the Afghan Crisis Fund to support refugees in the greater Kent area.
Washington state continues to make some headway in its recovery from the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new charging stations is open to the public, has Level 2 and DC fast charging ports, and is 100 percent renewable energy.
The 1.1 million-square-foot, $160 million warehouse project broke ground in mid-August, and should be finished in August 2022.
Tacoma Venues & Events is partnering with KultureCity to make the Tacoma Dome and the Tacoma Convention Center more sensory-inclusive during events.
The Washington State Department of Commerce recently announced that it was offering a total of $11.4 million in Community Development Block Grants in 2021 for 20 rural cities, towns, and counties.
Commercial contractor Merit Construction has been busy lately, completing two new projects — Lake Young’s Elementary School in Kent and Porsche of Tacoma — and taking part in the second annual SOCKTember Competition.
Tacoma Tideflats could become home to 5G edge computing network benefiting shipping, logistics, manufacturing, environment, and Tacoma’s economy.
The Washington State Department of Commerce has announced $39.1 million in grants to five projects in the state that aim to help address the state’s homeless crisis by acquiring 307 housing units that will serve people with extremely low incomes or who are experiencing homelessness.
Winners will be announced in November.
The program provides direct access to business resources including relevant training, coaching, technical assistance, and networking support.