​​​City of Roy Washington


City of Roy   Washington

The City of Roy, established in 1908, has a population of about 800 and is a mile and a half long.  We may be small in size, but we are large in spirit.  Historically we pull together to meet the needs of each other and the City.  From beautifying areas to refurbishing a building or raising funds for the medical crisis of a child, we have seen the citizens of Roy meet the need.

In honor of those who step up to the plate to meet the City's current needs, this Hometown Heroes page has been established, where those who donate time, talent or treasure can be acknowledged.  If you are interested in participating as a Hometown Hero, please see how the City needs your help below, and download this form
 

RECOGNITION
On June 26, 2017 at Volunteer Appreciation night, the following groups and individuals were recognized:

  • 555th Engineer Brigade, for ongoing support of our activities this past year and for our freedom!
  • Cub Scout Pack 363, for clean-up at Roy City Park
  • LeMay/Pierce County Refuse, Home Depot Spanaway for contributions to Spring Clean-Up/Hometown Heroes Day
  • Library Painting volunteers Brian Weiland, Paul Bendel and many from the Roy Community Lions Club
  • Planning Commission members RJ Johnson, Betsy Gabel and Mike Roberts
  • Library volunteers David Rossman, Elizabeth Powell and Shawn Garrett
  • Public Works volunteers Bill Starks, Gary Williams and Patti Iverson
  • Roy Neighborhood Watch volunteer Lindsey Roberts
  • Animal Services volunteer Lorrie McDaniel
  • Reserve Officer Sonia Armitage, who volunteers as bailiff and assists the police department, public works department and administration whenever called upon
  • "John Deere Mowing Club" members Les Garrison and Charlie Ashman, for keeping the vegetation under control and for helping with various street projects

We couldn't do it without you!

We willingly acknowledge the dedicated servicemen and women 
who give their time and talent daily 
including our local residents and 
our Joint Base Lewis-McChord Community Connector,
the 555th "Triple Nickel" Engineer Brigade.
May you be blessed and kept safe.


The  City needs Hometown Heroes to step into these volunteer positions:

If you are interested in participating as a member of the Library Board, please see the Library page.


The City urgently needs members for: 

WATER ADVISORY COMMITTEE - Oakview Heights area representative
The mayor is appointing citizens from each of the three main areas of the City to serve on the Water Advisory Committee.  The committee's purpose is to support the water system by sharing information and collecting input in the community.  The committee also includes two council members, the mayor, and key city staff members.  This is a standby committee to meet whenever the City studies choices or decisions of a nature that would benefit from this process.  The update of the water system plan is almost ready for review.  Please contact City Hall with your name, address, phone and when you are available to meet:  days, evenings or both.

VOLUNTEERS - OUR HOMETOWN HEROES