The Greater Bonney Lake Historical Society is a collection of Bonney Lake residents that gather at least once a month…More to share their interest in the history of the community. In addition, society members are very active in the community today and participate in local events such as Bonney Lake Days, Tunes at Tapps, Bonney Lake Beautification and City Council Meetings. </p>
<p>The Society produces a calendar every year that is sold exclusively from the following local businesses: Bonney Lake Food Mart, CJ's Deli, The Dog House and Amanda's Floral and Gifts. The calendar is filled with photos and anecdotal stories that show the richness and diversity of life in the area.</p>
<p>The Society is currently working with the Mayor and City Council to secure a location for a historical museum similar to those in other cities in area. Community members interested in supporting this venture can call their city council member, the mayor's office or the historical society to show their support. </p>
The Bonney Lake Justice Center officially opened in late April 2011 and houses the executive department, including…More the mayor and city administrator, and their executive assistant. While the executive department includes the office of financial services, this division is located in City Hall.</p>
<p>The municipal court is located in the Justice Center and provides passport services. All criminal citations, traffic infractions, parking tickets and photo infraction tickets issued in Bonney Lake are handled in this courtroom. The domestic violence kiosk is also located in the Justice Center. The Community Services Director is also located in the Justice Center.</p>
<p>Regular meetings of the Bonney Lake City Council are the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 7 p.m. in the Justice Center, and they meet in the same location the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays for study session at 5:30 pm.</p>
Bonney Lake Justice & Municipal Center 9002 Main St E, Bonney Lake, WA98391 The Bonney Lake Justice Center opened officially in late April 2011. There, the following city departments are housed:…More Administrative Services (Human Resources, City Clerk); Community Development (Planning, Permits, Building, Inspections, Code Enforcement), Executive (Mayor, Special Events, City Administrator), Finance (Utility billing, Accounting) and the Municipal Court (hearings, domestic violence kiosk, passports, payments). Many public meetings are held in the Justice & Municipal Center, including the Planning Commission, Design Commission, City Council and Park Board.