2017 Beautify Bonney Lake volunteers and Arts Commissioners
Each year on the third Saturday of September, volunteers from around Bonney Lake gather as a community to work on projects all over the city. The 2017 event happened on September 16, 2017.
We thank all the volunteers who chipped in again this year – as well as the BBL group, city staff, and many sponsors who helped provide supplies, food, and time – all to help create a more beautiful city!
For more information visit Beautify Bonney Lake online at www.beautifybonneylake.org
Bonney Lakes Arts Commissioner Glory Cancro, along with local artists Brian Meier and Bryon Koecke of Brazen Hearts Tattoo in Buckley, volunteered their time to paint a new mural at Allan York Park. Also pictured in the photo is Arts Commissioner Suzy Fountaine (decked out in her Seahawks gear).
The new mural was painted on the west wall of the Snack Shack. This is the second mural painted at Allan Yorke Park. The first, commissioned two years ago, was painted on the south side of the restroom.
Learn more about the Arts Commission – http://www.ci.bonney-lake.wa.us/section_government/committees/arts_commission.shtml
Crime Prevention Tip of the Month
- Always walk on sidewalks or paths.
- Cross streets in designated crosswalks.
- Teach children to make eye contact with the drivers before crossing in front of them.
- Enter and exit driveways cautiously.
- Eliminate distractions in your vehicle and focus on the road.
- Take extra time to look at intersections, be observant.
- Decorate costumes with reflective tape or stickers.
- Choose face paint instead of masks which can obstruct the child’s vision.
- Have kids carry glow sticks or flashlights to help them see and be seen.
- Do not allow children under 12 years of age to trick-or-treat without parent supervision.
- Check treats for signs of tampering before your child is allowed to eat it. Candy should be thrown away if the wrapper is torn or faded.
- Twice as many child pedestrians are killed on Halloween night than on any other night of the year.
The City of Bonney Lake is seeking applications from residents of Bonney Lake to fill a vacancy on the City Council. The term will commence once a candidate is appointed by a majority vote of the City Council, and will expire after the results of the general election held November 2019 have been certified.
Notice of Council Vacancy
Council Vacancy Application Packet
Applications are due to City Administrator by 5:00pm on Friday, October 13, 2017.
To be eligible, the applicant must be registered to vote in Bonney Lake and have lived within the City limits for at least the past 12 months (1 year).
From Cascade Water Alliance (9/25/2017):
The level of Lake Tapps Reservoir is slowing dropping, as Cascade is no longer taking water from the White River, nor is it releasing any water from the reservoir. The reservoir level will remain at about 541.5′ or higher, weather-dependent, through October. Around November 1, Cascade will actively reduce the reservoir to about 539′. Then, in January, it will be lowered to 530′ for project work through mid- to late February. Doing work on property? Get permits and a Cascade license now!
View the original posting from Cascade at www.cascadewater.org or contact Cascade Water Alliance by email (email@example.com) or phone (425.453.0930).
Join Team Bonney Lake! The City is currently accepting applications for multiple openings, including:
Other current openings include Dishwasher (part-time), Building Inspector, and seasonal positions.
Visit www.citybonneylake.org/employment for more information about working at the City of Bonney Lake
The latest editions of the Bonney Lake Reporter and Mayor Neil Johnson’s ‘Inside Out’ weekly newsletter are available to read online. The Reporter is also published in the Courier Herald newspaper.
Construction Crews are working on the Costco Project between 208th Ave E. and South Prairie Road this week.
Starting work on Wednesday, September 13, 2017 from 11:00am – 2:00pm. and finishing on Friday, September 15, 2017.
SR 410 Westbound will be decreased to one lane to allow crews to road bore new water main across SR410.
Expect delays along SR410 through Mid-town City of Bonney Lake.
Links to more information:
Don’t throw your fluorescent bulbs in the trash! Drop off your fluorescent tubes (all shapes), Compact Fluorescent lights (CFLs) and High Intensity Discharge (HID) lights for recycling. The collection event will be held at the Beautify Bonney Lake Event.
Located in the Sound Transit parking lot behind Wendy’s off SR410 and Sky Island Drive, on September 16, 2017 from 8:30 am – Noon. Limit 10 bulbs, lights or tubes per person.
For more information on bulb recycling visit www.lightrecycle.org
For more info on the Beautify Bonney Lake annual event visit: www.beautifybonneylake.org
The Northeast Pierce Community Resource Guide is a volunteer service project that is distributed to schools and agencies in the area and is posted on the City website at www.citybonneylake.org/services.
The guide was recently updated for fall/winter 2017 and includes contacts for general assistance, employment, hot meals, housing, clothing banks, support groups, and health care. It’s also a great resource for people who want to get involved in the community through volunteer service or donations.
Another helpful resource is Washington’s Information Network or 2-1-1 line, which provides referrals and assistance for health and human services.
Visit www.citybonneylake.org/services for information on these and other services in the Bonney Lake area and beyond.