City Council

New Family Wage Job Credit

On Monday, September 17, Sumner’s City Council adopted Ordinance 2658, creating a Family Wage Credit Program for the City of Sumner. This program provides incentives to attract businesses to Pierce County and Sumner that provide family-wage jobs and thereby reduce the need to commute out of the area. Currently more Read more…

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Preliminary Budget

The Preliminary Budget is now available for review. This is a large document with multiple funds, so you may want to use the Table of Contents buttons in the e-reader to help find the section for which you are looking. During meetings over the next few months, the City Council Read more…

City Council

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 Read more…

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Parks & Trail Plan

The City of Sumner has been working with Berk Consulting to take all of your ideas, dreams, and wishes from the past months of open houses, surveys, and even Pop-Ups in the Parks. They distilled those ideas and thoughts into a Parks & Trail plan for Sumner’s next 20 years. Read more…

City Council

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 Read more…

City Council

Notice of Special Meeting

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF THE SUMNER CITY COUNCIL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Sumner has scheduled a special Council meeting for Tuesday, December 19, 2017 at 6:00pm in the Council Chambers, located at 1104 Maple Street, Sumner, Washington, for the purpose of Read more…

City Council

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: