Sumner’s largest sidewalk fill-in and repair project begins this summer. Construction starts to fill in missing sidewalks, repair broken and cracked sidewalks and repair trip hazards. Driveway approaches will also be fixed if they are broken up or do not meet ADA standards as well as intersection curb ramps that […]
If you or your tenants are behind in rent and/or utility payments, please look at Pierce County’s Rental Assistance program. Do not put this off. Pierce County reports that it takes an average of 57 days from applying to receiving rental/utility payment, and the eviction moratorium ends September 30. There […]
Starting July 20, 2021 Puget Sound Energy (PSE) crews will begin installing new poles along Sumner-Tapps Highway. The poles will be relocated to less hazardous locations within the right-of-way. Pole installation is expected to take approximately 1 month, followed by utility companies transferring their wires to the new poles. Finally, […]
Our region needs more housing, and we want to make sure that everyone has a place to live in the community. Given this pressing need, the Cities of Bonney Lake and Sumner have teamed up to develop a plan to provide more housing types, which means more options for everyone. […]
The print version of Community Connections is in mailboxes all through Sumner. It features information about this summer’s sidewalk improvements, the latest Main Street Vision project, tips to prevent wildfires and more. Don’t live in Sumner or prefer the digital copy? Use the button below to access it online.
Future plans are underway to renovate the Ryan House and broaden its use to the public. But what about the grounds? Given to the City as a park nearly 100 years ago, the space as it is currently too often gets mistaken as a private house and yard. Three concept […]
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Many of us have found ways to save energy in our homes, but what do you do when you’re a wastewater treatment facility, running big, critical machines like digester pumps? You still work with your power provider. Sumner’s Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility has been working with Puget Sound Energy, Cascade […]