Bonney Lake Senior Center Upcoming Events

Come and check out our fun events at our Senior Center! Available for all ages and something for everyone. See more information at: Senior Center Events

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Holiday Gift Bazaar

The Bonney Lake Senior Center & Cedar Ridge Retirement & Assisted Living Community are partnering to bring you a Holiday Gift Bazaar on November 3, 2018 from 9-3 p.m. Please see more information at: Holiday Gift Bazaar

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Vendors and Crafters Wanted

The Bonney Lake Senior Center and Cedar Ridge Retirement & Assisted Living Community are looking for vendors and crafters to sell items at the Holiday Gift Bazaar on November 3, 2018. Please see more information at: Holiday Gift Bazaar.

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Planning and Design Commissions working together to establish new commercial design standards

Did you know that the Planning Commission and Design Commission are beginning work to establish new commercial design standards? There will be a joint meeting of the Commissions on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. with time for public comments. Your participation can help shape the built environment of Bonney Lake.

The current commercial design standards are available to view in Chapter 18 of the Bonney Lake Municipal Code (add hyperlink in the text “Chapter 18 of the BLMC” to https://www.codepublishing.com/WA/BonneyLake/#!/BonneyLake18/BonneyLake18.html). However, much of the current work on zoning, design, and code is related to the implementation of the Centers Plan and may be viewed here: http://www.ci.bonney-lake.wa.us/UserFiles/File/Government_Downloads/Planning/Watershed_and_Center_Plans/BonneyLake_CentersPlan_FINAL_20171218%20-%20Reduced%20File%20Size.pdf.

The joint meeting will be held at the Bonney Lake Justice & Municipal Center, 9002 Main Street E.

If you have any questions, please contact Jason Sullivan, Planning and Building Supervisor, by email at SullivanJ@ci.bonney-lake.wa.us or by phone at 253-447-4355.

#BonneyLake #COBL #Planyourcity #myBonneyLake

 

 

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What Gives Your Neighborhood Meaning?

We challenge you to describe your neighborhood in three words or less. Tell us what gives your space meaning. #BonneyLake #COBL #Placemaking #Planyourcity #Lovewhereyoulive #neighborhood

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Myers Road Closure Update

We have had questions about Myers Road being closed and would like to give an update on information. Due to safety, both lanes do need to be closed during the project. We are sorry for the inconvenience this causes and do appreciate everyone’s patience. During the project the road will be closed on and off. If you have any concerns or questions please call Peter McKenzie at 888-404-8773. Thank you again for your patience.

Please click on this link for schedule and detour map.

http://www.ci.bonney-lake.wa.us/cityblog/?p=8057

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Shared shorelines for sure!  Try saying that 10 times fast.  We’ve received some calls concerning Pierce County’s Shoreline Master Program update.  Just a reminder, this update does NOT affect residents inside the city limits of Bonney Lake.  If you live in the county stay involved with the county update.  If you live in the City of Bonney Lake, our update will begin in November.  #shorelines #SMP #BonneyLake #LakeTapps

Shorelines Sept 25

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Openings with Bonney Lake Police Department

The City of Bonney Lake Police Department is presently recruiting for a Lateral Police Officer, an Entry Level Police Officer and an Exceptional Entry Police Officer.

The Police Department is comprised of  30 Commissioned Officers and 10 Non-Commissioned Officers.  In addition, to the regular duties of a Police Officer, the department also offers opportunities for ancillary duties to include, but not limited to: Marine Services Unit, Investigations, Metro SWAT, Field Training Officer, Specialized Traffic Emphasis, Public Information Officer, School Resource Officer, Firearms Instructor and other opportunities.

Visit http://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/bonneylake for more information about working for Bonney Lake Police Department.

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Myers Road Closure

Construction Plan for Myers Rd E – Updated 9-11-18 Anticipated Construction Schedule

Monday 9/24/18

7:00am – Set up traffic control to close Meyers Road from State Route 410 to 81st St E 7:30am – Remove guardrail

7:45am – Temporarily remove overhead distribution line and take outage on transmission line 8:00am – Mobilize equipment to site (low drill, baker tank, dump truck, crane, etc.)

9:00am – Begin drilling the North hole site

6:00pm – Demobilize but leave equipment onsite. Keep road blocks up to prevent thru-traffic

Tuesday 9/25/18

7:00am – Continue drilling the North hole site

7:30am – Replace existing wood pole just south of drilling site 6:00pm – Demobilize but leave equipment onsite.

 

Wednesday 9/26/18

7:00am – Continue drilling the North hole site 5:00pm – Finish drilling the North hole site 6:00pm – Demobilize but leave equipment onsite.

Thursday 9/27/18

7:00am – Prepare for concrete pour. 8:00am – Install rebar cage.

10:00am – Begin pouring concrete 4:00pm – Set anchor bolt cage 6:00pm – Finish concrete pier

Friday Day 9/28/18

7:00am – Clean-up site to make ready for thru-traffic

3:00pm – Install temporary jersey barriers in place of guardrail 4:00pm – Finish cleaning up site for thru-traffic

5:00pm – Open for thru-traffic

Saturday and Sunday:

Meyers Road will be open for thru-traffic

Monday 10/1/18

7:00am – Set up traffic control to close Meyers Road from State Route 410 to 81st St E

7:45am – Temporarily remove overhead distribution line and take outage on transmission line

8:00am – Mobilize equipment to site (low drill, baker tank, dump truck, crane, etc.) 9:00am – Begin drilling the South hole site

6:00pm – Demobilize but leave equipment onsite. Keep road blocks up to prevent thru-traffic

Tuesday 10/2/18

7:00am – Continue drilling the South hole site 6:00pm – Demobilize but leave equipment onsite.

Wednesday 10/3/18

7:00am – Continue drilling the South hole site 5:00pm – Finish drilling the South hole site 6:00pm – Demobilize but leave equipment onsite.

Thursday 10/4/18

7:00am – Prepare for concrete pour. 8:00am – Install rebar cage.

10:00am – Begin pouring concrete 4:00pm – Set anchor bolt cage 6:00pm – Finish concrete pier

Friday 10/5/18

7:00am – Clean-up site to make ready for thru-traffic

3:00pm – Install temporary jersey barriers in place of guardrail 4:00pm – Finish cleaning up site for thru-traffic

5:00pm – Open for thru-traffic

**We will be offsite for at least a week (maybe 2 weeks pending construction issues)

Monday 10/15/18

7:00am – Set up traffic control to close Meyers Road from State Route 410 to 81st St E

7:45am – Temporarily remove overhead distribution line and take outage on transmission line 8:00am – Mobilize equipment to site

9:00am – Begin stacking 1st steel pole 5:00pm – Finish stacking pole

6:00pm – Demobilize from site but leave equipment

Tuesday 10/16/18

7:00am – Begin stacking 2nd steel pole 5:00pm – Finish stacking pole

6:00pm – Demobilize from site but leave equipment Wednesday 10/17/18

7:00am – Begin pulling in new wire and transferring existing wire 6:00pm – Demobilize from site

Thursday 10/18/18

7:00am – Continue pulling in new wire and transferring existing wire 6:00pm – Finish the wire work

Friday 10/19/18

7:00am – Restore site and re-install the guardrail for thru-traffic

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Removing Leaves and Debris from Catch Basins Help Keep Water Flowing


As summer ends and leaves start to fall, remember this: Leaves that collect on top of catch basins in the streets block rainwater from entering the storm drain system, creating flooding in streets in your neighborhood.
The City of Bonney Lake Public Works staff performs a variety of maintenance activities throughout the year to keep the insides of catch basins free of debris. You can help. All you need is a rake, shovel, or broom and a receptacle.
What you can do
– Clear leaves from catch basins near your and even a neighbor’s house or business. Dispose of leaves with yard waste.
– Clear other debris from on top of catch basins. Place this debris in a trash can.
– Sweep debris from your sidewalk and driveway. Put debris in a trash can. Do not sweep debris into the gutter or catch basin. This is against the City‘s code.
In the winter, keep the catch basins flowing by removing snow and ice from the grate.

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