Eastown is at the eastern edge of Bonney Lake, generally bounded by 214th Avenue East to the west, 96th Street to the north, 233rd/234th to the east, and 106th/Entwhistle Road to the south.
The City of Bonney Lake annexed this area in 2001 in response to rapid growth and a need for commercial land (per Ordinance 903). However, the area remains largely undeveloped due to the lack of water and sewer infrastructure.
In 2006, to resolve the infrastructure barriers, the City prepared an Eastown Center Plan with stakeholder involvement and adopted it as part of its Comprehensive Plan on December 13, 2005 (Ordinance 1177). The Eastown Plan was amended in 2011 by Ordinance 1406.
The City Council discusses updates regarding Eastown developments as needed. To view past, current and projected Council Agendas and action items, see our City Council pages.
View up-to-date information on plans for a sewer lift station and sewer service extension in the Eastown area on the Eastown Sewer System project listing on our Current Projects page, or call the City for updates at (253) 862-8602.
2011 Eastown Center Plan Element Update
On December 13, 2011, the City Council adopted Ordinance 1406, updating the Eastown Subarea Plan Element of the Comprehensive Plan. View the Comprehensive Plan page to download the full updated element.
Additional Information & Links
¤ Download the Eastown Center Plan from the Comprehensive Plan page (includes water, sewer and road network plan maps and an Access Management Guide).
¤ View Eastown Subarea, Future Road Network, Sewer Design and Water Design Maps by visiting our Maps Page.