PRESS RELEASE – Bonney Lake, WA: The City of Bonney Lake is calling all Bonney Lake 12’s to join in a Blue Friday kickoff celebration and community photo at Allan Yorke Park (7203 W Tapps Hwy E) at 8:00 a.m. on Friday, January 30th to rally our support for the Seattle Seahawks and their journey to Super Bowl 49!
Join for the raising of the 12th Man Flag and rally card handouts from the Seahawks (while supplies last). Come out and help us QUAKE THE LAKE!
The ‘Incredible Hawk’ carved by local artist Jacob Lucas will be on site for photo opportunities as well.
UPDATE – ‘join’ our event on Facebook to let us know you’re coming!
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Bonney Lake Mayor Neil Johnson, Jr. has issued a friendly challenge to City of Newburyport, Massachusetts Mayor Donna Holady for the upcoming Super Bowl Championship game between the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots.
On the line for Mayor Johnson are Washington-themed items including wine and Starbucks coffee, and if the Seahawks win Mayor Holady will send a gift package from Newburyport Brew, a 250th anniversary canvas bag and assorted Newburyport trinkets. It all comes down to who wins the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 1st!
Newburyport is a city of about 18,000 located 37 miles north-northeast of Boston and situated 5 miles south of the New Hampshire border. To learn more about the ‘rival’ city visit www.cityofnewburyport.com
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Haulin’ Eggs Fun Run – April 4th in Bonney Lake
The Haulin’ Eggs Fun Run is coming up on April 4th, and in less than two weeks the registration price goes up! Have you registered for this fun event yet?
Visit www.citybonneylake.org/events#egghunt or register online here: http://www.active.com/bonney-lake-wa/running/distance-running-races/haulin-eggs-fun-run-2015?int
Kimber Lee – John L Scott Lake Tapps will be cleaning this weekend along 192nd Ave E from Sumner-Buckley Hwy to 101st St Ct E, and along Church Lake Dr E from W. Tapps Hwy E to Vandermark Road.
Please drive carefully and slow down to show your appreciation for these volunteers who give their time to keep our City looking great!
View information and updates on this and other projects on the Current Projects webpage: www.citybonneylake.org/projects
Originally published in the Bonney Lake Reporter newsletter (January 2015):
We all clamor for, and like, road improvements – except during the construction period. However, you can’t have one without the other. The City of Bonney Lake will soon undertake a sidewalk project to complete the missing SR410 sidewalk link between Downtown and Midtown. This sidewalk section is a difficult one, as it will be constructed on the bridge section over Angeline Road, necessitating special considerations. The project will begin the first part of February and continue through the middle of May.
This last section of missing sidewalk next to SR410 will be built in the next four months. The sidewalk will be built on the North side of SR410 and will cross the bridge over Angeline Road. This will provide a safe haven for pedestrians and bicyclists to use as they travel between the Downtown and the Midtown areas of the City.
The cost of this contract is $1.8 million, with much of the cost provided by a Federal/State grant. The construction will also rebuild the north side of the bridge, add a sewer line, widen SR410 between the bridge and 192nd Ave, and will add bases for future street lights along this rather dark corridor.
During construction, one of the two West bound lanes will be closed both at night and during the regular weekday. At night, work will occur from 7 PM to 5 AM. During the day, lane closures will occur between 9 AM and 3 PM. Lane closures will not occur every day or night. As more details on actual lane closure dates become available, they will be advertised on an electric sign board on SR410 and on the City website.
Detour signs will be set up directing traffic to Sumner-Buckley Highway on days when lane closures are expected. Alternate routes that can be used during this period include Sumner-Buckley Highway/Veterans Memorial Drive, 214th-218th Avenue, and Rhodes Lake Road.
Thank you in advance for your patience as these improvements are made from February 2nd through May 13th!
Mark your calendars now for events coming up in April 2015 for some spring cleaning – indoors and out!
Spring Clean Up Week – April 20-25, 2015
Parks Appreciation & Arbor Day – April 25, 2015
Free Shredathon Event – April 25, 2015
Details and event locations are available online at www.citybonneylake.org/events - plus keep an eye out in your utility bills and online for reminders as we get closer to these events.
Please note that all City buildings will be closed on Monday, January 19th for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday.
Information on MLK Day of Service from USA.gov
PRESS RELEASE – Bonney Lake, WA – Mayor Neil Johnson, Jr. has issued a friendly challenge to City of Wisconsin Rapids Mayor Zach Vruwink for the upcoming NFC Championship game between the Seattle Seahawks and Wisconsin’s Green Bay Packers.
Mayor Johnson has offered up Washington-themed items including a wine basket, Starbucks coffee, Fisher scones, and a berry plant voucher from Spooner Farms. On the line for Mayor Vruwink is fresh Wisconsin cheese, Craisins from the Ocean Spray cranberry plant in his city, and a tasty Wisconsin-made beverage. It all comes down to who wins the big game on Sunday, January 18th!
Wisconsin Rapids is a city of about 18,000 located on the Wisconsin River in the center of the state, about 2 hours from Green Bay. To learn more about our ‘rival’ city, visit www.wirapids.org
The Bonney Lake Municipal Court is hosting a special passport acceptance and outreach event on Saturday, February 21, 2015 from 8:00 a.m. to Noon. This is a great chance to get passports processed outside the normal work and school week!
For more information visit www.citybonneylake.org/court or call 253.862.6606.
City staff gathered early Friday morning for a photo op with ‘The Incredible Hawk’ to cheer on the Seattle Seahawks.
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