Enumclaw Church of The Nazarene 2501 Warner Ave, Enumclaw, WA98022 The Church of the Nazarene has been a presence in Enumclaw since 1947. It is a member of the Plateau Ministerial…More Association and has a long history of serving the needs of the local community. Currently, the Church of the Nazarene distributes free bread each Thursday from its location just off of State Route 410.
Enumclaw Waste Water Treatment Facility 451 Semanski St, Enumclaw, WA98022 The Enumclaw Waste Water Treatment Facility, visible from State Route 410, treats waste water and sewage in the city of…More 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.
Washington State Department of Natural Resources 950 Farman Avenue N, Enumclaw, WA98022 This regional office for the State Department of Natural Resources oversees management of the South Puget Sound area,…More which encompasses four counties: King, Pierce, Kitsap, and Mason, as well as parts of Lewis and Snohomish counties. The office manages 204,000 acres of state forest, agriculture, urban, and conservation lands, regulating forest practices and leading wildfire protection on 3.1 million acres of state and private forestland. Specialists work with landowners and tribal representatives to oversee logging policies that ensure habitat protection. The office also manages 30 recreational sites in the region including the Tahoma, Elbe Hills, and Tiger Mountain state forests. Visitors come to the office for a variety of needs, including logging, timber sales and firewood, recreational hunting and maps. While the office is located on State Route 410 en route to Mount Rainier National Park, it does not oversee management of the park. Questions about Mount Rainier should be directed to the <a href="http://www.nps.gov/mora/index.htm">National Park Service</a> or the <a href="http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/mbs/">U.S. Forest Service</a>.