Our online utility bill pay system is currently down. The software vendor is looking into the issue. In the meantime, we will not proceed with shut-offs as scheduled for 2/28/23 and will update the timeline when the system returns. You can still pay by credit card, check or cash at City Hall.

Puyallup Valley JACL Project

The Puyallup Valley JACL (Japanese American Citizens League), is creating the Remembrance Gallery to list the 7,600 Japanese Americans who were incarcerated in 1942 at the Puyallup Fairgrounds. They aim to create permanent name markers for each individual. The deadline for contributions is December 8th. Visit their website to check Read more…

Sumner’s Toy Box

The Sumner Toy Box drive is happening now. You can drop off new toy donations in the bin on the 1st floor of City Hall or at the Sumner Police Department until December 8th. For cash donations, please visit the police service window. Let’s come together to bring holiday cheer Read more…

Sumner Police Sergeant Promotions

Mayor Hayden had the honor of swearing in our newly promoted Sergeants Justin Gregson, Marcus McDonald & and Joe Boulay (from left). We are very proud of these Sumner Police officers in their new leadership roles. View the full ceremony from the 11/27/23 City Council Study Session below.

Don’t FOG Your Drains

Fats, oils and grease, known collectively as FOG, represent the most serious enemy of our sewer lines. This includes Butter Cooking oil Salad dressing Mayonnaise Grease Gravy Sauces Food/meat scraps Lard Margarine Shortening When you dump FOG down your drain, it forms large, thick grease balls that clog pipes and Read more…

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