When quality and excellence matter,
turn to JS&L


JS&L Location

Our office is conveniently located in a one-story professional office building in the Riverside Village business campus fronting Main Street in downtown Puyallup near the Hwy 167, 410 & 512 freeway interchange.

Our office is a short walk to Mama Stortini's and Toscano's Restaurants.

307 29th Street NE, Suite 101
Puyallup, WA 98372-6718

Get Directions

View Larger Map

Puyallup (pu-al-up), is a suburb of Seattle/Tacoma, Pierce County, Western Washington, US., on the Puyallup River. Settled in 1854 and known as Franklin, it was destroyed in a raid (1855) by Puyallup and Nisqually Indians from whom the land had been claimed. The area was resettled by Ezra Meeker in 1859. Laid out in 1877, it was named Puyallup, meaning "generous people" in the Puyallup language. Located in an agricultural valley (berries, dairy and truck-garden produce, poultry, bulbs), it developed food-processing and woodworking industries. The Puyallup Trout Hatchery and Western Washington (agricultural) Experiment Station are located in the city. An annual daffodil festival is held in the city in the spring. The Ezra Meeker Mansion (1875) houses artifacts relating to the area history. The City hosts the Spring and Fall Washington State Fair.

307 29th Street NE, Suite 101, Puyallup, WA 98372
253-445-3400 / 800-507-8273
253-445-4425 (Fax)