Newsletter – Mayor’s Weekly Reporter 4.12.2014

This week’s edition includes several updates on the Fennel Creek Trail, plus other city and development project updates and other staff reports.

 

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Family Fun: community Easter Egg Hunts this Saturday, April 19th

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The City of Bonney Lake community Easter Egg Hunt is set for Saturday April 19th (rain or shine). The hunt begins promptly at 11:00am at Allan Yorke Park. There is no charge for this event. Children ages 1-11 are welcome. Bring your baskets and your camera to take a free picture with the Easter Bunny! Don’t be late – once the gun goes off, it’s over in a manner of minutes!

The Sumner-Bonney Lake Recreation Program is also hosting an Adult Flashlight Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19th at Allan Yorke Park at 9:00 p.m. (line up starts at 8:00 p.m.) sponsored by the . With over 2,000 eggs to find, you will have a chance to win prizes such as gift cards, spring gift items, soda, chips, candy and MORE! Event will take place rain or shine. There is a charge for this event. For more information visit their website or call (253) 891-6500.

For details visit our Special Events Page: www.citybonneylake.org/events#egghunt 

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DSHS Moble Community Services coming to the plateau on April 30th

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The WA State Department of Social & Health Services (DSHS) Mobile Community Service Office is coming to Enumclaw on April 30th.

At this event you can apply for cash assistance, basic food assistance, and child care services. You can also drop off paperwork, complete eligibility review, mid-certification review, or make changes to an existing case.

  • Date: Wednesday, April 30, 2014
  • Time: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
  • Place: Plateau Outreach Ministries, 1235 Marshal Ave, Enumclaw

Facebook iconFind the Mobile CSO on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dshsmobileoffice

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Adopt-A-Street volunteers are out & about!

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Please keep an eye out for Adopt-A-Street crews this weekend – your fantastic friends & neighbors who volunteer to pick up litter along the roadways!

  • Mad Rad Cleaning will be working on Kelly Lake Road this weekend.
  • Bonney Lake Nazarene Church worked along 84th St E and 83rd St E last weekend.

When you see Adopt-A-Street crews working in the right-of-way, be sure to GIVE THEM A BREAK and drive safely past, and show your support for their work to keep our city beautiful!

Want to ‘adopt’ your own street? Learn more at www.citybonneylake.org/publicworks or call 253.447.3101.

 

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In your community – White River ‘Community Champions’ nominations

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The White River Families First Coalition is accepting nominations for the 2014 “Community Champions” award now through April 18th. For details visit www.whiteriver.wednet.edu > Departments > Student Support Services > Families First Coalition, or download the nomination form linked below:

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9-1-1 Dispatch center phone outage has been resolved

Notice-AlertEmergency 9-1-1 phone services were down for several hours in the early a.m. on Thursday, April 10th, but are back up and fully operational around Washington State.

BLPD asks residents not to ‘test’ the 9-1-1 system by calling in; if you need to call 9-1-1 but cannot get through dial 253.841.5431 to reach emergency dispatch for Bonney Lake.

Read more about the outage here.

General phone contacts:

  • City of Bonney Lake Receptionist – 253.862.8602
  • Bonney Lake Police Department main office – 253.863.2218
  • Non-Emergency Dispatch – 253.841.5538
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Mayor’s Weekly Reporter Newsletter – 3.29.2014

Highlights in this week’s Weekly Reporter include … funding for Fennel Creek Trail extension designs; police incident summaries; Eastown sewer system construction; and developments including Park Place multi-family, Hemminger Plat, and Renwood Apartments.

Read all about it in the latest edition of Mayor Neil Johnson, Jr.’s newsletter!

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Need a passport? Special hours for ‘Passport Day’ on Saturday, April 26th

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The Bonney Lake Municipal Court is offering special Saturday service hours for ‘Passport Day’ once again this year!

Passports will be processed at the Justice & Municipal Center (9002 Main St E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391) on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. to Noon as part of this special event.

For details visit www.citybonneylake.org/court and look for the Passport section, or call 253.862.6602.

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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

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The Bonney Lake Justice & Municipal Center was festooned with blue pinwheels today in support of Pinwheels for Positive Parenting, a child abuse prevention outreach and education campaign.

To learn more and support Child Abuse Prevention Month visit www.childwelfare.gov.

You can find out more about the Pinwheels program on their organization website: www.pinwheelsforprevention.org.

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Have your say … Puget Sound Regional Travel Study coming soon

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Starting in April 2014, over 90,000 homes in King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish counties will receive invitations to participate in a regional travel study online or by phone.

Participation in the study can help answer questions about how the region can maintain and improve mobility, accessibility, and connectivity for residents as population grows and travel patterns evolve. The study will help planners understand the travel behavior of real households, such as the trips people make to work, school, or shopping centers, to help decision makers prioritize transportation projects.

The survey will involve questions about general household information as well as travel details for a given weekday. All individual and household information collected in this study will remain strictly confidential. The aggregated data will be used for analysis and modeling purposes

The last household travel study in the Puget Sound region took place in 2006 (learn more here). The results of the 2014 study will be used to ensure that transportation improvements reflect the current conditions and resident needs.

For more information visit www.psrc.org, call 844-393-4436, or visit the Travel Study Page.

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