The City of Bonney Lake is seeking applications for volunteer positions on the Design and Park Commissions. To be considered, submit an Application for Membership to the City Clerk’s office. Applications are available at www.citybonneylake.org/forms.shtml
or by request by calling (253) 862-8602. Continue reading
From the National Weather Service: Snow looks to begin Thursday afternoon and continue into Thursday night before changing to rain. 1 to 3 inches is expected for most of the interior lowlands, with higher amounts possible in the Hood Canal area. Snow accumulations will also be affected if the change to rain is slower (more snow), or faster (less snow). Continue reading
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All City of Bonney Lake offices will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, December 8, 2016 for a city-wide staff meeting.
For urgent issues when city offices are closed (water/sewer emergencies, etc.) please call the non-emergency dispatch number at 1-844-821-8911. In the case of a life or safety emergency always call 9-1-1.
The Medal of Arts honors an individual of any age or an organization who has made a significant contribution to and promoted one or more of the various arts in Bonney Lake – music, visual arts, performing arts, digital and literary, etc.
Nominees/organizations must reside in Bonney Lake or have a 98391 zip code. Nominees should educate, support, or make original art in our community.
Download the nomination form: www.citybonneylake.org/events#medalofarts
Nominations must be sent to the City of Bonney Lake by January 4, 2017. The first annual Medal of Arts Award will be selected by the Bonney Lake Arts Commission in early 2016.
Questions? Contact Gary Leaf at 253.447.3282 or by email.
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.
From Pierce County ALERT:
The latest National Weather Service forecast suggests cold air will move in the area later this evening. Snow showers down to sea level are expected to begin this afternoon affecting north Puget Sound counties initially and moving south overnight. Heaviest accumulations are expected north of Seattle.
Very cold temps are expected to continue bringing potential for icy roads through Wednesday. Another storm system is expected Thursday that could bring more snow, heavy rain and high winds.
For current weather conditions and alerts visit www.weather.gov
Sign up for Pierce County Alert to get updates directly from Pierce County Emergency Management by email, text, or phone.
Sign up online at https://member.everbridge.net/index/453003085611267 or call (253) 798-6595.
Bonney Lake, Washington – December 5, 2016 – The City of Bonney Lake honors slain Tacoma Police Officer with flags at half-staff.
In honor of Tacoma Police Officer Reginald “Jake” Gutierrez, the Mayor has directed that flags will continue to be flown at half-staff until the day after his services.
Jenna Richardson, Human Resources Manager/PIO
From WSDOT: Information display boards from WSDOT’s SR 162 Congestion Study Open Houses, held in November 2016, have been posted on the Study webpage.
View the SR 162 Sumner to Orting Corridor Planning Study page on the WSDOT website: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/planning/Studies/SR162Corridor.htm
Download the Open House information display boards: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/sites/default/files/2016/11/21/SR_162_Nov2016_Open_%20House_Plots.pdf
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Bonney Lake Police Department
TRAFFIC EMPHASIS OF THE MONTH
“Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over”
During the month of December 2016, 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. In Washington State, impaired driving is defined as: • driving while under the influence of drugs, • driving while impaired by alcohol, or • driving with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 percent or above.
In Pierce County and Bonney Lake we are striving to make a difference to reduce the number of tragically avoidable collisions involving impaired drivers. Extra patrols, education and changes in the law have contributed to Pierce County reducing the number of impaired driving crashes by 42%. Due to this reduction 26 more people will make it home safely for the holidays this season. Our goal is to do all we can to make sure we experience zero traffic related fatality collisions this holiday season so that everybody can make it home safely.
Bonney Lake Police Officers for the month of December, 2016 will be conducting extra impaired driving patrols and will impose a no tolerance policy on these violations in an attempt to reduce motor vehicle collisions involving impaired drivers.