Bonney Lake Strong sign

When disaster strikes it takes a village to battle and ours is strong.

We are incredibly grateful for our community’s compassion and generosity. So many of you shared words of appreciation and found a way to come together to assist community members that were impacted by the fire. THANK YOU!

We would like to send a big THANK YOU to everyone who worked night and day to keep our community safe from the #SumnerGradeFire. The list is long and in no particular order.

  • East Pierce Fire and fire crews from across the state, including: Orting Valley Fire & Rescue, Skagit County Fire District 14 (Alger), Bothell Fire and EMS, East Pierce Fire & Rescue, Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue, Central Pierce Fire & Rescue, Duvall Fire, Gig Harbor Fire and Medic One, Kirkland Fire Department, Kittitas Valley Fire and Rescue, Lewis County Fire District 5 (Newaukum Valley), Mason County Fire District 16, Poulsbo Fire Department, Seattle Fire Department, Snohomish Fire District 21 (Arlington Rural), Snohomish Valley Fire District 26 (Sky Valley), Woodinville Fire and Rescue
  • Washington’s Fire Service State Mobilization Strike Teams: DNR Northwest Washington Strike Team, DNR Southeast Washington Strike Team
  • Mountain West Wildfire – fallers
  • Bonney Lake Police Department and neighboring agencies, including: Sumner Police Department, Buckley Police Department, Lakewood Police Department, Pierce County Sheriff’s Department, Puyallup Police Department, Washington State Patrol, and Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife
  • City of Bonney Lake public works, senior center, and emergency operations center team
  • City of Sumner, police and public works
  • South Sound 911
  • Washington National Guard
  • Western Washington Incident Management Team
  • Pierce County Incident Management Team
  • Pierce County Department of Emergency Management
  • Department of Natural Resources
  • North Sky Communications
  • Peterson Brothers Construction
  • Pacific Northwest Hydro Seeders
  • Puget Sound Energy
  • Potelco
  • Telecommunications crews
  • Red Cross
  • Salvation Army
  • Sumner-Bonney Lake School District
  • Numerous businesses within the community for providing meals to first responders

We are #strongertogether #bettertogether #BonneyLakeStrong

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