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Coronavirus Response in Sumner

The City of Sumner remains in contact with our public health officials and community partners. We are all working together to share information, monitor developments and assess the needs of our community as we work together to slow or stop the virus from spreading further.

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“If you went looking for Main Street America, you’d be hard-pressed to find a prettier one than Sumner, Washington.”
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“Downtown Sumner…is reminiscent of the idyllic ‘Main Street’ towns found across the US and romanticized in film.”
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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…
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Golf Course Closure (Reminder)

The former Sumner Meadows golf course property is closed and is not open for public use. This may seem like old news to most, as the golf course has not…
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Main Street Closure

We have a water main leaking under Main Street where it crosses the railroad tracks. In order to make repairs, we will be shutting down Main Street in evenings starting…
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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…
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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…
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Trafficking Awareness Month

Sumner has joined the nation-wide effort of proclaiming January as Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Month. Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery and involves the use of force,…

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July 10, 2020

Today is National Adopt a Kitten Day! Our partners at Metro Animal Services may not have any kittens available right now, but they do have some cats looking for their fur-ever homes! Are you ready to ... See more

July 9, 2020

The Sumner Police Department has released unclaimed property and evidence to Propertyroom.com for auction. Items released include, but are not limited to: cell phones, laptop, various tablets, ski ... See more

July 8, 2020

We know that this whole mask wearing thing is a newer concept for all of us. We have seen a lot of people wearing masks properly, but unfortunately we have seen some improper mask wearing as well. ... See more

July 7, 2020
Pierce County

If you are in need of a mask, you may pick one up at the Sumner-Bonney Lake Family Center. Check out Pierce County's post for all the details - they ask that you call ahead to check for availability.

If you, your family, or anyone you know is in need, several Pierce County organizations volunteered their locations as “pick-up sites” for cloth masks, free to community members. All individuals ... See more

July 6, 2020

Today at noon will be another test of the Lahar warning system. It is also a good time to take a look at your emergency supplies and evacuation route should there ever be a lahar. Don't be caught ... See more

July 4, 2020

We hope you are enjoying this Independence Day, however you are choosing to celebrate! Happy 4th everyone!

July 3, 2020

The discharge of fireworks in Sumner is ONLY allowed on July 4th from noon until midnight. Please be respectful of your neighbors (and the law) and only discharge your legal fireworks during this ... See more

July 2, 2020

City Offices will be closed Friday, July 3rd in observance of Independence Day. If you need to report a non-emergency while we are closed, please call 253-798-4721 or 800-562-9800. If you have an ... See more

July 1, 2020

You may not be able to see it, but we are all smiling underneath our masks here at Sumner PD! We would love for you all to show off your s-healthies today!

#shealthies #sumnerpd #cityofsumner ... See more

June 30, 2020

With looser restrictions during Phase 2, we are seeing more people on the roads again. Here are some summer driving tips to travel safely.

Avoid distractions: Eliminate any distractions, like ... See more

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taking care of business

This is a place where history still matters, but dreams for tomorrow are fueled.

As easy as (rhubarb) pie.
From independent boutiques to Fortune 100 corporations, successful businesses find their home in Sumner. With three freeways, two rail lines, getting to Sumner is easy.  With an excellent school system, picture-perfect neighborhoods and quality infrastructure, leaving becomes harder.
Check out online tools to assist your potential or established business and see why, when it comes to doing business, Sumner hits the sweet spot.

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Sumner, WA 98390

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