SR 410/166th Interchange

The Challenge The State Route 410/166th Avenue interchange is a congested mess. Originally built in the early 1970s, this interchange serves regional commuters cutting through Sumner to avoid the SR 167 congestion and thousands of vehicles trying to access busy commercial areas. Beyond the usual congestion found at so many Read more…

Video: Vehicle Leaks

A big oil spill makes headlines everywhere, but how do our daily, “ordinary” choices–like fixing a car leak–continue to affect our clean waters, rivers and Puget Sound? Find out! Sumner participated in a series of videos for Puget Sound Starts Here.

Sumner University

It’s back! Join the popular Sumner University’s behind-the scenes tours throughout the city. It’s free to “enroll” and there’s no homework! All tours begin at 6:00 PM, and you can sign up for as many tours as you’d like. May 28 – City’s Shops Explore the equipment, including vac trucks, Read more…

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DM Disposal Fees

Disposal rates – Per the contract with DM Disposal, rates will change March 1. The rates adjust by 80% of the October Consumer Price Index (CPI-U) change computed by the Seattle-Tacoma Area. A 10 gallon cart will now be $17.15 and yard waste $6.42.

Town Center Plan

The Sumner Town Center Plan presents the vision and strategies for Sumner’s Town Center. The Town Center Planning Area includes Main Street and the Sounder Station vicinity and intends to reinforce and strengthen the Sumner Downtown as a fully functional “everyday” downtown maintaining its classic small town character. The Sumner Read more…