The Puget Sound Clear Air Agency announced all burn bans are lifted for Pierce & Snohomish Counties effective 12pm (Noon) today, Monday, November 30th.
For current air quality burn bans visit www.pscleanair.org any time.
Darrington’s burn ban has been elevated to Stage 2 and remains in effect until 8am on Tuesday, December 1st.
View the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency press release: http://www.pscleanair.org/news/Documents/11-30-15_BurnBansliftedPierceSnohomish_DarringtonElevated.pdf
See update – Burn Bans Lifted – www.ci.bonney-lake.wa.us/cityblog/?p=5813
From Puget Sound Clean Air Agency: STAGE 2 BURN BANS CONTINUE FOR GREATER PIERCE & SNOHOMISH COUNTIES
Due to prolonged stagnant weather conditions and elevated air pollution levels, the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is maintaining all burn bans:
Stage 2 for Greater Pierce and Snohomish Counties, and
Stage 1 for the Town of Darrington.
All bans are in effect until further notice.
December 2015 – Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over
During the month of December 2015, Bonney Lake Police Officers will be conducting special traffic enforcement emphasis patrols looking for impaired drivers and removing them from our roadways. Impaired driving is a leading factor in Washington driving deaths.
This Saturday the Bonney Lake Police Department will be conducting the 2nd annual Holiday Park Smart Program.
The goal of this community partnership is to reduce and/or eliminate vehicle break-ins. On November 28, 2015, from 3-6pm, police officers and citizens wearing bright yellow traffic vests will distribute awareness flyers throughout the local retail shopping areas.
For more information view the original press release.
Questions? Call us at (253) 863-2218
Follow the BLPD on Twitter @BLPoliceDept
In the case of a life or safety emergency always call 9-1-1.
On November 24, 2015 the pictured individual robbed a Cigar World employee at gunpoint. The suspect is described as a white male, late 20’s to 30 years of age, approximately 5’08″- 5’10″ medium build and brown facial hair. The suspect was originally wearing a camouflage face warming mask, but was asked to remove it. The suspect was wearing a dark cap, dark hooded sweatshirt (hood pulled up) with an unknown type of emblem on the front, jeans or Carhart’s, brown leather gloves and black/white Nike shoes.
If you can identify this suspect, please contact Detective Byerley at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may remain anonymous.
View & share PDF bulletin: 2015_BL15002352 Cigar World Robbery
The City of Bonney Lake was presented the 2015 Awards of Excellence–Best City Project Award from the Washington State Department of Transportation and the Federal Highways Administration at the November 24, 2015 City Council Meeting.
Bonney Lake was recognized for excellence in construction, innovative design, environmental compatibility, and public involvement and satisfaction for the Fennel Creek Trail – Safe Routes to School Project which provides a pathway for students and the community over Fennel Creek and up the bluff to Victor Falls Elementary School.
Mayor Neil Johnson accepted the award from Kathleen Davis, Director of WSDOT Local Programs, and Daniel Mathis, Division Administrator for the FHWA. Mayor Johnson expressed appreciation for the award and the City employees involved with the project.
City of Bonney Lake Trails Page
Thanks to everyone who contributed to our 2nd annual Mayor’s Food Drive in #BonneyLake!
The total food collected was up 24% from last year, coming in this year at 4,880 pounds! Close to 500 homes left out bags of food for the food drive.
Special thanks to DM Disposal (Waste Connections) for sponsoring this drive, collecting the donations, and transferring them to the Bonney Lake Food Bank!
For information on ongoing holiday food and toy drives, visit www.citybonneylake.org/events#holidaygiving
As winter holidays approach, now is a great time to prepare for winter weather and travel safety.
Below are links from the City of Bonney Lake to help keep you and your family safe and cozy this winter.
Winter Driving & City Snow/Ice Control
Cold Temps & Frozen Pipes – Get tips on preventing and dealing with frozen water lines due to cold temperatures.
Preparing for Winter Storms – Visit www.citybonneylake.org/emergency for updates and contacts as you gear up for stormy weather, including how to report power outages and downed trees, and where you can take extra yard waste after the storm.
The Giving Tree quilt is up in the lobby of the Public Safety Building, and we have a few snowmen available at this time for pick up so you can purchase items from a specific child’s wish list. Each day more and more tags will be added, as the need is so great.
One change from last year is that we will be accepting UNWRAPPED gifts only. You can still place gift wrap in a bag along with your toys and snowman tag.
Please have all tags with gifts returned to the police station by December 10, 2015 to allow us to get the gifts to the schools before the winter break.
You may also donate new, unwrapped toys to the Police Department without choosing a tag off of the tree. We will fill tags with the donated items we receive.
Thank you for all your continued support!
The City of #BonneyLake and the Kiwanis Club are getting ready for the annual Bonney Lake Tree Lighting Ceremony & Food Drive!
Saturday, December 5, 2015
Public Safety Building (18421 Veterans Memorial Drive E)