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Enumclaw Waste Water Treatment Facility
451 Semanski St, Enumclaw, WA 98022
The Enumclaw Waste Water Treatment Facility, visible from State Route 410, treats waste water and sewage in the city ofMore Enumclaw. The plant currently houses 4 full-time employees and was newly built in 2009. Two previous plants existed in the same location — one built in 1947 and the second built in 1979. Due to changing regulations as well as the need for equipment upgrades and replacement, the lifespan of a given plant is usually between 25-30 years.
Enumclaw City Shops
2041 Railroad St, Enumclaw, WA 98022
Tucked away toward the industrial side of Railroad Street is Enumclaw City Shops, a part of the city's Public WorksMore Department.  According to the city, operations overseen at this facility include streets, stormwater collection, sanitary sewer collection, facilities, solid waste, recycling, yard waste, water systems and natural gas. Customers should contact City Shops for such utility service issues.
Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce
1421 Cole St, Enumclaw, WA 98022
The Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce is easily accessible at its location in the Cole Street business district, serving as aMore starting point for visitors needing assistance regarding the business and recreational opportunities nearby. The chamber also serves as the voice of the Enumclaw Plateau business community, which includes both large and small businesses not only within the Enumclaw city limits but in areas such as Bonney Lake, Puyallup, Black Diamond, Kent, Auburn, and even Greenwater. The chamber's 2010 business directory lists more than 200 member businesses encompassing these areas and beyond. The chamber organizes many local events, like the annual Christmas parade, the Festival of Crafts and the Arts Alive! Dinner and Auction. For more information about meetings, membership and dues, please contact the chamber directly.