The Puyallup-White River
Local Integrating Organization
The Puyallup-White River Local Integrating Organization (PWR-LIO) is one of 10 LIOs in the Puget Sound region. LIOs are locally formed forums that work collaboratively on ecosystem recovery efforts. The PWR-LIO was formed in 2018 by the Puyallup River Watershed Council. The LIO’s Ecosystem Recovery Plan, which describes strategies to protect and restore the watershed’s ecosystem, was completed in 2021.
The PWR-LIO covers Water Resources Inventory Area (WRIA) 10, the Puyallup-White River, and a portion of the northern tip of WRIA 12 north of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. View the LIO’s interactive webmap to explore the geographic area.