Police Week

PROCLAMATION Police Week & Peace Officer Memorial Day WHEREAS, law enforcement officers play an essential role in ensuring our safety and in safeguarding our rights and freedoms; and WHEREAS, our officers partner with citizens to keep our community as safe as possible, by enforcing traffic laws, proactive policing, and forming neighborhood watch groups; and WHEREAS, Continue Reading

Council Vacancy Filled

The Council voted to fill the vacant seat with Earle Stuard.  Thank you again to Immaculate Ferreria-Allah, Andy Elfers, Robert Healy, Greg Reinke, Veronica Shakotko, and Rhiannon Williams-Sanchez for applying. The Council commented that it was a difficult decision from among many people who are dedicated and passionate about Sumner. We look forward to seeing Continue Reading

Community Summit

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

2018 Legislative Agenda

The Legislative Agenda is the tool through which Sumner tells legislators at the County, State and Federal levels of government how their actions affect Sumner.  This Agenda also helps other cities, the Puyallup/Sumner Chamber of Commerce, the Association of Washington Cities, Sound Transit, the Port of Tacoma and other partners understand what exactly Sumner needs Continue Reading

Mayor Transition

Pierce County News has a nice feature on the transition from Mayor Enslow to Mayor Pugh. After serving for 20 years, Mayor Enslow wanted to swear in Mayor Pugh, which he did at the last regularly scheduled council meeting.  Take a look: