The City of Bonney Lake is now accepting applications for Seasonal Laborers in the Public Works department. Apply by April 17th for consideration in the first review.
Visit www.citybonneylake.org/employment for details and application materials, or call (253) 862-8602 with questions.
Seasonal positions are open continuously to fill several positions throughout the spring and summer season in the Public Works Departments, which includes Public Works Mechanic Shop, Water, Sewer, Streets, Stormwater, and Parks. Each position is temporary and is expected to last no more than 5 months.
Downtown groups – Beautify Bonney Lake & The Dog House
“Give ‘em a Brake” and cheer on our wonderful volunteers as they clean their routes this weekend!
- Baha’i Faith
Myers Road from 81st ST E to City Limits just past 70th ST E
- Bonney Lake Nazarene Church
84thSt E from Locust Ave to 182ndAve E and 83rd St E to 81st St E at Myers Road
- Beautify Bonney Lake
Downtown Bonney Lake – Main Street from SR 410and side streets
- The Putney Family
Bonney Lake Blvd from Locust Ave E to West Tapps Hwy E
Learn more about this awesome program and how you or your group can Adopt-A-Street online at www.citybonneylake.org/adoptastreet
The Bonney Lake annual Easter Egg Hunt is a family favorite for kids aged 1-11 years. The FREE event begins promptly at 11 am on Saturday, April 4th at Allan Yorke Park, rain or shine. Don’t be late – once the gun goes off, it’s over in a manner of minutes!
The Haulin’ Eggs 5k Fun Run begins at 9 am before the Egg Hunt, with lots of goodies and awards for participants. Come early and cheer on the runners!
The City of Bonney Lake is currently accepting applications for the position of Maintenance Worker I in the Public Works – Sewer Division.
Applications will be accepted until March 27, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. For details and the required application visit www.citybonneylake.org/employment
- View the Adopt-a-Street photo gallery
The following Adopt-A-Street volunteer groups will be working on Bonney Lake roads this weekend:
- Friends of Fontana will be cleaning Sunday along 214th from South Prairie Road to 96th St E (light at Home Depot)
- The Murray Family will be cleaning Sunday along Angeline Road from Sumner/Buckley Hwy to 101st St E
Give ‘em a brake and support our beautiful city by not littering!
For more information or to get your own Adopt-A-Street group going, visit www.citybonneylake.org/adoptastreet or call Christy at (253) 447-3101.
Gearing up for spring cleaning this weekend? Bonney Lake’s annual Spring Clean Up Week is April 20-25, 2015!
During Spring Clean Up Week the City’s garbage and recycling company, DM Disposal, picks up extra garbage, recycling and/or yard waste and one appliance at no additional charge for customers inside the Bonney Lake city limits.
This year we’ve added a FREE SHREDDING EVENT on Saturday in conjunction with Parks Appreciation & Arbor Day events!
Clean Up Week Details & Requirements
Extra Garbage/Yard Waste
- Curbside pick-up only (no alley access).
- Up to 3 extra cans/bags of garbage and/or yard waste.
- Additional cans/bags must weigh no more than 45 lbs when full.
- Extra cans or bags of garbage or yard waste should be placed for curb-side pick up by 7:00 am on your regular garbage pick up day.
- One (1) appliance per household.
- Acceptable appliances include: Refrigerators, stoves, microwaves, dishwashers, freezers, hot water heaters, washers or dryers.
- Appliances must be placed for pickup by MONDAY morning.
Free ‘Shredathon’ Event Details
- April 25, 2015 from 10am to Noon at Midtown Park (WSU Forest, behind Fred Meyer – 20901 SR 410)
- Individuals are permitted to bring up to 1 file box or 2 grocery bags of documents.
- Do not bring stiff metal, plastic bags, DVDs or other items that will jam the shredder.
- For more information and tips on what to shred, visit the WA Attorney General’s website www.atg.wa.gov
- A special thank you to Bonney Lake Fred Meyer for supporting this event!
Spring Clean Up is available to customer accounts inside the city limits of Bonney Lake only. This offer does not apply to Murrey’s Disposal customers with accounts in unincorporated Pierce County. Not sure if you live inside the City limits? Check our City Limits map or call the City receptionist at (253)862-8602 for assistance.
For more information on Spring Clean Up, please contact DM Disposal directly:
Cascade Water Alliance began refilling the Lake Tapps reservoir system over the weekend of March 13-14, 2015. The speed of the refill is dependent on the available flows in the river. The target for reaching recreational lake levels remains Memorial Day weekend.
The system is opening back up after more than seven months of being down for significant repairs, maintenance and improvement. Cascade is currently filling the eight mile long flowline and settling basins in order to test the new facilities (headgates, a new concrete flume and fish screens). Barring unforeseen circumstances residents should start seeing Lake Tapps Reservoir levels begin to rise mid-week.
View the original press release at http://cascadewater.org/2015/03/16/important-lake-tapps-reservoir-information/
For the latest in lake level information and for the agreements regarding lake levels please visit http://www.cascadewater.org/lake_tapps_recreational_lake_levels.php
For more information on Lake Tapps / Cascade agreements visit http://www.cascadewater.org/lake_tapps_agreements.php
Elaine Kraft, Intergovernmental and Communications Director
425.283.0364 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.cascadewater.org
From the Sumner School District: Join with neighbors, local leaders, youth, and community organizations to examine topics of importance to the health of our communities. By participating in the Summit, you will gain information about local issues, be inspired to take action, and become meaningfully involved in creating solutions to addressing tough topics.
- March 19, 2015
3:00 – 8:15 p.m.
Mountain View Middle School
Pre-Summit sessions will begin at 3 p.m.; Breakout session groups meet at 5 p.m.; complimentary dinner featuring Keynote Speaker Jim Martinson and presentation of Community Impact and Unsung Hero awards begins at 6 p.m.
This event is free and open to the first 300 registrants; pre-registration is required. Register online or call the STARR Project at (253) 891-6066.
This is a community event sponsored by the Sumner/Bonney Lake Area Communities for Families Coalition, and is supported by the City of Bonney Lake and other agencies & groups.
Please help spread the word about these 2 free transportation programs available through Beyond the Borders.
- Available for work-related transportation (to work or employment related classes/internships)
- For youth age 12-17, senior citizens, people with disabilities, and people with low incomes who live in rural Pierce County (including Buckley, Bonney Lake, South Prairie, Carbonado, Wilkeson, and Orting).
- Unlimited service is also available for transportation to dialysis appointments.
- Call 1-888-600-8043 or visit www.co.pierce.wa.us/index.aspx?NID=1269
Pilot Transportation Project
- Free transportation for essential services (food banks, support centers, WIC office, clothing bank, mandatory school meetings, etc.)
- For low-income, seniors, persons with disabilities, and/or youth ages 12-17 who reside in Pierce County
- Call 2-1-1 or (253) 798-4600, or contact the Sumner Family Center, White River Family Center, or White River Community Outreach, or school counselors in the White River School District
- This is a temporary pilot project through June 2015
Please spread the word to let others know about theses services!
The City of Bonney Lake is hosting several public meetings to gather public input and provide information on the next segment of the Fennel Creek Trail.
These meetings will all be held at the Bonney Lake Justice & Municipal Center at 9002 Main Street East, Bonney Lake, WA 98391 (directions). Staff and consultants will be on hand to answer questions and receive public input.
The City of Bonney Lake has been planning for the Fennel Creek Trail for many years. The trail master plan was adopted in 2007, and the first mile of trail was completed near the Willowbrook community in 2013. The City is now planning for the next 1.5 mile segment of trail that will extend from the current trail terminus to Sumner-Buckley Highway. The proposed trail is expected to roughly parallel the Fennel Creek, though the precise location has not yet been determined.
For additional information, please contact Gary Leaf at (253) 447-3282 or visit www.citybonneylake.org/projects and view City/Public Projects > Fennel Creek Trail project.