As a Puyallup City Council member, I commit to:

  • Public safety is paramount to families and business who reside in our vibrant City of Puyallup. We must maintain safe streets, parks for all our families, and the most vulnerable. Puyallup is a thriving city we love to call home, go to work, and play in.
  • Jobs build families generating a vibrant economic climate, and empowering our citizens to provide a robust living with family wage jobs for the future.
  • Respecting everyone, no matter personal, professional, economic, religious, ethnic, or political background. My endorsements from democrats and republicans clearly reflect that I am committed to making sure our city council operates in a non-partisan manner.

"As a public servant, I commit to respect all people, to serve with humility, to operate with personal integrity and professional transparency, to acknowledge mistakes when made, to stand for what is right, to listen with the goal of understanding, to encourage others, to live a life of personal discipline and professional focus with daily acknowledgement of that which is greater than myself, and to provide the best public service to our citizens."

Sincerely, Dean A. Johnson

Happy 4th of July neighbors, and friends! I’m out at Pioneer Park with my family celebrating, and hope to see you down there! Be safe, and have a happy 4th! ...

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3 weeks ago

Dean Johnson Puyallup City Council at Large

Today I’m thankful for my family, and especially my wife Deborah. In Puyallup we have such a strong sense of community, and our strong families build innovation in Puyallup. Our vibrant City has strong family wage jobs. I pledge to fight for our way of life, and strong families every step of the way.

I hope to earn your support!

#mypuyallup #puyallupcares #lovemypuyallup

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4 weeks ago

Dean Johnson Puyallup City Council at Large

Dean Johnson Puyallup City Council at Large ...

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What are you grateful for in Puyallup? ...

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Oath of Office

On December 31st, I had the privilege of taking the Oath of Office as administered by City Clerk, Mary Winter, to serve as the Puyallup City Council at-large member for a four year term of Read more…

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