Hockeydog Handyman Service 4410 70th Avenue Ct W, University Place, WA98466 Hockeydog Handyman Service is a fully licensed and bonded company that provides home repair services in University…More Place, Gig Harbor, Tacoma, Lakewood and the surrounding areas. Hockeydog provides home repair services including power washing, roof and gutter cleaning, furniture assembly, hauling and more, and is fully licensed and bonded. Free estimates are available.
Team Insurance Inc 2811 Bridgeport Way W, University Place, WA98466 Team Insurance is a local and independent insurance agency. Types of coverages the agency offers include automobile,…More home owner's, condominiums, boats, contractors, commercial, bonds, business, motor homes and rental dwellings. The agency represents companies like Progressive, Safeco, Unigard, Hartford, Grange, Foremost, Hagerty, CBIC, Zurich, Premier Marine, Frontier Bonding and American Modern.
Insurance Solutions of Washington 6915 Lakewood Dr W, University Place, WA98467 Insurance Solutions of Washington is a full-service insurance agency offering both personal and commercial insurance.…More Its personal insurance options include auto insurance, homeowners insurance, boat insurance, motorcycle insurance and more. Insurance Solutions of Washington's commercial insurances include commercial bonds and business owners insurance.
University Place Primary School opened in 2008, although its roots date more back more than three decades. The school…More that used to be on the site opened in 1978 but was razed as part of an $86 million construction bond that voters passed in 2006.
Today, the school serves students in preschool through fourth grade. The two-story building features a community playground and field. On clear days, the property offers views of Mount Rainier and the Narrows Bridges. Academic programs include music, math, reading and physical education.
Curtis Junior High School is one of the crown jewels of the University Place School District. It dates back nearly…More five decades, when the district bought a piece of land that became a junior and senior high school campus, and the namesake for both schools is longtime local school advocate George R. Curtis.
In 2006, UP voters approved an $86 million school construction bond that included $55 million for a new junior high school, which would continue to house the community's eighth- and ninth-graders. The location of the junior high school, which was on the property's south end along 40th Street West, is now closer to the west along Grandview Drive West.