Bonney Lake City Hall houses most of the city's financial service agencies, including utility billing. It also…More houses portions of the administrative services department, specifically, the city clerk’s office, human resources and risk management.
Bonney Lake participates in the Washington Information Network (WIN), which provides emergency housing, human and health information and resources. Residents are encouraged to dial 211 for non-emergency situations and information on available local resources. Visit the website for a complete list of city committees and commissions.
Sumner's City Hall was originally built in 1935 and was expanded in 2001. The building houses most of Sumner's…More government offices, from Community Development to Finance and Public Works. The Sumner Police Department, Mayor's Office, City Council and Municipal Court are all located in this building. The City employs approximately 110 staff members and is dedicated to improving quality of life for Sumner residents.
City Council meets every first and third Monday of every month at 7pm. The council also holds Study Sessions with city staff every second and fourth Monday at 6:30pm. This is a less-formal meeting where they are briefed on new projects and review new policies.
Other government organizations, including the Finance Committee, Arts Commission, Public Works, Public Safety, Forestry and Parks, meet monthly at City Hall.