Here’s the latest paving schedule
June 12 through Mid-July (estimated): we are replacing the pavement on 24th Street between the interchange and the UP railroad tracks with concrete. This is more durable and will last double the time of asphalt, meaning we won’t have to do this again for a long time. However, it requires a detour. Local access will remain open to all businesses. Through-traffic will need to use 136th Avenue, 16th Street E and 140th Avenue E to go around the project. See map below. The East Valley and West Valley also offer longer routes around the construction area. Keep checking this site or our Twitter site @CityofSumnerWA for updates.
Local access to the two business parks will remain available from the east side of 24th Street. Please continue to use this route to access the following businesses:
|Advanced Images Inc|
|Compact power (home dept rental)|
|Crystal Carpet Care|
|Independent Tech Services|
|Machine Works Inc|
|Madeira Embroidery Thread and Supplies|
|Manestage Theater Company|
|MM Comfort Systems|
|Northwest Precision Aero Manufacturing|
|NW Truck Detailing|
|Pacific Floor Restoration|
|Plumbing & Drain Co|
|Ticket to Dream Foundation|
|Trenchless Pipe Repairs|
|Velocity CNC Machining Inc|
We will keep you updated on our Twitter account @CityofSumnerWA. We realize this is an inconvenience and are moving as quickly as possible to get done and out of your way.
What We’re Doing
This spring and summer, we will be repaving 142nd/24th Street thanks to a $4.7 million grant from the National Highway Freight Program. This road work begins April 23, bringing no full closures but lane closures that will affect traffic. Starting at the Tacoma Avenue bridge and running north, 142nd will be repaved with asphalt. From the curve onto 24th Street, 24th Street will also be repaved but the area around the interchange will be repaved with more durable concrete.
More About the Project
If you are a business in the area and have questions or concerns about deliveries and access to your business, please contact Michael Kosa, associate city engineer, at (253) 299-5709 or email@example.com.