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Assessor - Treasurer
The Assessor-Treasurer provides information regarding property parcels, appeals, foreclosures and taxes.

Assigned Counsel (Public Defender)
The Department of Assigned Counsel provides professional and effective representation to indigent Pierce County residents accused of crimes.

Find out how to renew your passport or register to vote in the next election. The Pierce County Auditor's Office also oversees Animal Services, licensing and record keeping for the county.

Budget & Finance
The Budget and Finance Department is responsible for financial planning, management of revenues and expenditures, preparation of financial reports and other related fiscal operations of Pierce County government.

Clerk of the Superior Court
The Clerk of the Superior Court is responsible for maintaining the records of all cases filed in the Superior Court, issuance of various writs, orders, subpoenas and warrants in support of the court's decisions, as well as administration of the Mandatory Arbitration System.

Utilize Pierce County's various communication services to stay up to date on the latest news and events from around the county.

Community Connections
Pierce County Community Connections provides assistance to people in need, including: developmentally disabled children and adults, low-income families, and seniors and adults with disabilities.

County Council
Find out about how the Pierce County Council is working to improve the community by accessing their meeting information, agendas, and minutes.

County Executive
The County Executive oversees the daily operations of Pierce County government.

District Court
The Pierce County District Court is a court of limited jurisdiction hearing cases such as: traffic and non-traffic infractions, criminal and criminal-traffic misdemeanors and gross misdemeanors, civil matters for damages no greater than $100,000, civil claims for recovery of money not to exceed $5,000, name changes, and anti-harassment protection orders.

Economic Development
Explore information about expanding or relocating your business to Pierce County, regional development efforts, tax incentives and other services / programs provided by the Economic Development Department.

Emergency Management
The Department of Emergency Management provides information to prevent, mitigate, prepare for, respond to and recover from all types of hazards, emergencies and disasters.

Facilities Management
Facilities Management staff provides attractive, well-maintained, secure, clean, accessible, safe, well-planned and managed environments for Pierce County government.

Family Justice Center
The Family Justice Center provides legal and safety services for victims of domestic violence or sexual assault, military advocacy, spiritual support, and immigration resources.

Government Relations
The Government Relations Office fosters relationships between Pierce County and other governments.

Human Resources
Human Resources provides a wide range of human resource management functions for all county departments and administers a comprehensive merit-based personnel management system.