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Ken Simmons Park
18200 74th St E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
This small park, located on the north side of Lake Bonney, features a children's playground and a covered picnic area.More It was named after Ken Simmons, the driving force behind the creation of Bonney Lake. He had purchased a large amount of property and developed a lakefront resort destination on Bonney Lake, which helped convince visitors to develop land and populate what is known as Bonney Lake today.
Bonney Lake City Hall Annex
8720 Main St E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
The City Hall Annex houses the Community Development Department, Permit Center and the Public Works DepartmentMore administration, all of which relate to city development. No appointment is necessary.
Prairie Ridge Community Coalition
14205 215th Ave E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
Prairie Ridge Community Coalition is a community association based in Bonney Lake. The association runs programming forMore community youth and families and promotes partnership development. The coalition meets on the second Monday of each month at the Prairie Ridge Community Center.
Falling Water Homes
18013 122nd Street Ct E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
Falling Water Homes is a housing development inside the city limits of Bonney Lake. Some of the features within theMore homes and neighborhood are unique colors, wide sidewalks, quiet streets and large front porches. All of these characteristics are intended to provide a true sense of community inside the development. Interested home buyers can contact Francie Zanuzoski, who is the community sales manager. 
Bonney Lake Justice & Municipal Center
9002 Main St E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
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.