From B Ave to the South Entrance is open.

From Cub Park to A Frame at the City Park is open

From St Johns Lot to A Frame at the City Park is open

The area from B Ave through the City Park is still CLOSED  

The walking bridges are still CLOSED.


US Cellular's Most Valuable Coach voting is live! 

Please take time out to vote for S-F's own, Kevin Bergman.  The link is  You must sign up to vote: you can vote once a day.  The grand prize is $50,000 to be donated to the school and community. Kevin plans to help fund the new concession stand and restrooms in the stadium, as well as help restore the Sumner Park and Rec ball diamonds and contribute to continued renovations and repairs at the Legion Hall. 

Don't know Kevin Bergman? Here's his bio for the contest:

Coach Bergman has been with the Sumner-Fredericksburg High School girls’ basketball team since 2007. In his first year as head coach, he was voted District Coach of the Year by his peers. He has also served as head softball coach since 2005. His peers named him softball District Coach of the Year in 2012, after he lead his team to a fourth-place finish at the state tournament. Coach Bergman’s generosity extends beyond his coaching duties. In 2008, he took his softball team to clean up Parkersburg when the town suffered tragic losses in an EF5 tornado. Recently, he organized a harvest for a family stricken by cancer. In terms of the contributions to the school system, his gift of time is unrivaled. He preps the football field, organizes sports clinics and youth tournaments, supervises strength and conditioning, takes stats for football and helped establish the Cougar Betterment Foundation. Coach Bergman also funded a softball scoreboard upgrade with his own money. In 2017, he repaired flood damage baseball diamonds. Outside of his commitments at school, he operates the Bergman family farm, owns a successful seed-corn business, remains active in his church congregation and, most recently, took on a new title: grandpa.

Photos courtesy of Pat Bartie, Lori Frisch and Dennis Thomsen


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Sumner is the best kept secret in Northeast Iowa.

Nestled in Northeast Iowa, Sumner is located in Bremer, County along Highway 93.  The community is conveniently located within an hour's drive of five colleges and universities.

Sumner is full of amenities that are standard in big city living, but come with a small town feel.  The community prides itself on its safe, family-friendly environment... complete with well-kept homes, manufacturing/jobs, many churches and parks and a newly reconstructed hospital. 

Sumner offers a modern public library and an aquatic center, a local grocery store, two convenience stores, several specialty shops, health care resources, a volunteer fire department, a local ambulance service... and the list goes on and on!!!

Sumner is committed to education, business growth and opportunities for all.  Surrounded by rich farmland, Sumner is a short drive to bigger cities, but offers the peace and quiet of small town living.

Whether you're just passing through or coming for a visit, we're positive you'll find Sumner to be as warm and friendly as all of its citizens do.

Sumner... a place to call home, a place to work, a place to shop and relax.  Sumner truly is The City with The Future!!!

The secret's out... come visit us!!!


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