People always ask how to get more city services for lower taxes. The answer? Do a few simple tasks yourself. If everyone did this, the City would have hundreds of hours of staff time for bigger projects. 1. Pick up pet waste. A humble task but oh, so important. 2. Call before trimming street trees. Continue Reading
DM Disposal’s Spring Clean Up is coming up the week of April 23. Please note that you no longer need coupons. Just follow these guidelines to get rid of extra trash, yard waste and an appliance! Garbage – April 24: leave out up to three containers or trash bags of 32 gallons or less each Continue Reading
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Sumner has cancelled their regularly scheduled meeting for Thursday, May 3, 2018, and have rescheduled it to Thursday, May 10, 2018 at 7pm in the Council Chambers, City Hall1104 Maple St. Sumner, Washington 98390. For more information, contact the Community Development Department at Continue Reading
It may have poured rain right before, but once the parade started, a rainbow came out, the daffodils turned Main Street a sunny yellow. Nothing could keep Sumner’s spirits down to celebrate the 85th Annual Daffodil Festival with Traditions in Bloom. Click here to take a look at pictures from the 2018 parade including work Continue Reading
Thank you to all the volunteers, presenters and attendees at the 25th Annual Community Summit on March 6. City of Sumner was proud to be a sponsor and have staff, councilmembers and Mayor Pugh involved throughout the evening, including at the break-out presentations. Congratulations to Unsung Hero Award-Winners: Carson Inglin Felicity Huko and Brenda Nov Continue Reading
Reserved parking for 2nd Quarter is now on sale, including spaces in the Red Apple Lot for three months ($225). The Station Lane Lot is full. Passes will be mailed toward the end of March. Commuters who bought 6-, 9- or 12-month passes at the start of the year do not need to do anything Continue Reading
The Daffodil Festival Grand Floral Parade is coming up Saturday, April 7. We’re starting to build the Sumner Community Float and could use your help. Take a look at a behind-the-scenes footage from last year’s float, and if you’d like more information on how to help out, please email Lana Hoover.
Thank you for the Sumner Lions Club for joining the City of Sumner and Pierce Conservation District in planting trees along Salmon Creek on March 3. These native trees help support wetlands within our city. Why are wetlands important to a city? Here’s the answer from Robert Wright, our Local Source Control Specialist: “Earlier this Continue Reading
It’s the best when we can be anyone’s “feel-good” story of the day. Take a look at Q13’s coverage of Oliver’s visit to our Police Station on Thursday.