Parking in Sumner

A lot of people want to park in Sumner. With an active downtown, businesses need parking for employees and customers. Residents need parking to access their homes, have guests over or get work done on their property during the day. And with a regional transit station, commuters need parking to access Read more…

2020 Legislative Agenda

Fund 166th/SR410 Interchange Design We’ve done it once, and we need to do it again. With Traffic Avenue, Sumner demonstrated how smart cities can use State investments to build public-private partnerships funding WSDOT interchanges improvements for a fraction of what it would cost the State to fully fund in the Read more…

Sumner’s Snow Response

Whenever the Northwest gets snow, it brings up some questions. Here are the usual ones: What roads do you plow first? First Priority: Forest Canyon Road, Sumner-Tapps Highway, Traffic Avenue and 24th Street interchange with SR 167 Second Priority: all bridges including 142nd Avenue E and Cannery Way Third Priority: Read more…

Cannery Way Bridge Opening

On October 9, we celebrated the Cannery Way Bridge with a small ceremony for our funding partners. There are still more details coming–like the pedestal lanterns–but on the whole, the bridge is completed. Because the former Bridge Street bridge was dedicated in 1927, we used a similar vintage Model A Read more…

Traffic Avenue Breaks Ground

It’s an interchange that serves many from Sumner and Puyallup, so the groundbreaking to add two new lanes plus pedestrian crossings is a big deal to the South Sound region. Thank you to all our partners and participants. To learn more about the project and get updates, click here.