Did you know that you can always look up Sumner Police cases and incidents online? Through LexisNexis Community Crime Map, you just follow these easy steps: Accept their terms & conditions Type in your address for find “WA – Sumner” on the drop -down menu Customize the kinds of cases and the date range you Continue Reading
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is repaving four miles of SR 162 (Valley Avenue/Orting Highway) from the SR 410 interchange in Sumner to 96th Street East. WSDOT will also be doing bridge repairs and improving curb ramps around the interchange. Work begins July 17 and is expected to last into early fall. WSDOT Continue Reading
From August 7-18, we’ll need to close the intersection at 16th Street and Bonney Avenue in all directions, including sidewalks. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we need to do work on the sewage lift station at Seibenthaler Park, and need the intersection for bypass pumping until the work is done. Crews will work hard Continue Reading
The City of Sumner’s contractors are chip sealing Thompson Street from SR 410 to Cherry Avenue and 63rd Street Court East, east of Parker Road (areas shown in orange below). Work is expected to start on Wednesday. This process adds a new layer to roads, greatly extending their functional life. The work will not shut Continue Reading
Beginning July 23, 2017, it will be against the law for Washington drivers to use hand-held cell phones while they are driving. This includes all electronic devices, even tablets, laptops and video games. Tickets for driving while using hand-held electronics will go on your record and be reported to your insurance provider.
As you’ll see if you drive by, construction is in full swing for the new bridge! Here’s an overview of the construction schedule. Of course, this schedule is dependent on weather, rivers, fish…, so please continue to watch for updates on this site or follow us on Twitter @CityofSumnerWA for the latest information.
Believe it or not, there are fair-weather criminals. Every year, as soon as the weather starts getting nicer, we see an increase in property crimes of opportunity such as car prowls. While nothing is a guarantee, there are things you can do to reduce your risk. These are great tips whether you are parked in Continue Reading
The new bridge will feature overhead lighting, pedestal lanterns and railing echoing the old bridge’s railing. A park across the street from The Old Cannery will feature pictures and a piece of the old bridge. With a better alignment and wide sidewalks, the new bridge will open up the corridor between The Old Cannery and Continue Reading
UPDATE: 11:30 am – Williams has shut off the natural gas, so the East Valley Highway is back open. Thank you to East Pierce Fire, Williams and Sumner PD for the response and safety precautions. The East Valley Highway is closed from 8th Street/Stewart Road to Forest Canyon Road due to a natural gas leak. Continue Reading
Drivers can learn basic car care and get a free oil-leak inspection at the auto leaks workshops offered by the Department of Ecology and the Don’t Drip and Drive program. In addition to the professional inspection, the classes, valued at $125, will cover how to check basic car-care systems, vital fluids, belts, hoses, filters and Continue Reading