Road work to begin August 4 | City of Sumner

Last year, the portion of Main Street from Traffic to Valley Ave was resurfaced. Starting on August 4, the remainder of Main Street from Valley Ave to 160th will be done.

Last year, the portion of Main Street from Traffic to Valley Ave was resurfaced.

Starting on August 4, the remainder of Main Street from Valley Ave to 160th will be done.

After the chips have been laid down and sealed, the following week will involve striping the road.

Some loose gravel may be present but it doesn’t appear that this will cause any road closures. If that changes, the Courier-Herald will update you with that information.

For more information regarding this work and other going ons in Sumner, visit the city’s website.

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