Perales for Pasco

The Issues That Matter

Housing & Affordability

Ending Street Homelessness

Reform of the Tri-City Animal Shelter

Building Community.
One Pasco.
Our City, Our Council.

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Pasco City Councilman Leo Perales

Pasco City Councilman Leo Perales

Leo Perales is your District 3 Councilman for the great city of Pasco.
Its Your City. Expect More.

BE RESPECTFUL

As in accordance with Pasco Municipal Code, fireworks usage ends at 11 PM tonight.

pasco.municipal.codes/PMC/16.65.051
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BE RESPECTFUL 

As in accordance with Pasco Municipal Code, fireworks usage ends at 11 PM tonight. 

https://pasco.municipal.codes/PMC/16.65.051

SUPPORTING DOWNTOWN PASCO

The work doesn’t stop. Great downtown Pasco business meeting.
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SUPPORTING DOWNTOWN PASCO

The work doesn’t stop. Great downtown Pasco business meeting.

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There’s a Little Caesars in downtown Pasco?

Get ready South Pasco.🚧 Construction Alert: Road 68 and West Court Street Roundabout Project 🚧

Starting Monday, July 8, through mid-September, Road 68 at the north end of the intersection of West Court Street will be closed to construct a new roundabout. This project is part of our ongoing efforts to improve safety at key intersections.

Safety First: The new roundabout will help reduce high-speed collisions and make traffic flow more smoothly.

🚗 Detours and Delays: Expect traffic detours and delays. If possible, please use alternate routes to avoid congestion.

Important: Road 68 south of the intersection will remain open, and access to area businesses will be maintained.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we work to make Pasco's roads safer for everyone!

For updates, visit our website or follow us here.
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Get ready South Pasco.

*** Fireworks Safety ***

Last night, our officers responded to a couple different fires on the side of roadways which were sparked by people recklessly using fireworks from vehicles. It has been super hot and dry lately and only going to get hotter. Dry shrubbery and brush will ignite very easily and could potentially put lives and property in danger. We like fireworks as much as the next person but just make sure when you are celebrating this Independence Day, you are doing it safely and responsibly. Visit the City of Pasco Government website for information about Fireworks safety and the local laws regarding what is allowed and what isn't. www.pasco-wa.gov/civicalerts.aspx?aid=1503

But anyways, we'll leave you with this. You just gotta ignite the light and let it shine. Just own the night like the Fourth of July.
'Cause baby, you're a firework!

#pascopd #PascoPolice #babyyoureafirework
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