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 the trains and buses.

Large projects are coming that will improve access, but most of these solutions are long-term. In the meantime, there’s a definite parking crunch. What should we do? We’ve been trying to use tools like the restricted parking zones (RPZs) to provide balance, but now we need your input.

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 the trains and buses.

Large projects are coming that will improve access, but most of these solutions are long-term. In the meantime, there’s a definite parking crunch. What should we do? We’ve been trying to use tools like the restricted parking zones (RPZs) to provide balance, but now we need your input.

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