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Current Projects

For up-to-date information on projects affecting City streets and stormwater systems, please see our interactive Current Projects page.

Stormwater Division

View our new Stormwater page for more information on the City's stormwater facilities, stormwater management, and how to report a spill.

Fleet ServicesFleet Services Division

The City has a two-bay shop that is manned by the City's Mechanic. Fleet Services maintains 100 vehicles. Some of the routine work is out-sourced. 

Streets Division

StreetsThe Streets Division maintains sidewalks and streets throughout the City. Regular activities include: 

¤  Street Sweeping [Schedule]
¤  Snow & Ice Control Information/Procedures [see below]
¤  Pothole patching, crack sealing, resurfacing and asphalt overlays
Roadside Brushing and Spraying
¤  Roadside Litter Cleanup [Schedule]
¤  Maintenance of Traffic Regulatory Signs
¤  Right of Way Maintenance [Schedule]
¤  Right of Way Encroachments [Policy / Application]
¤  Pavement Markings

In addition to regular maintenance, the City resurfaces streets and completes chip seal projects. The City of Bonney Lake will be applying a chip seal to 4 street locations starting August 6th, 2018.  For more information:  2018 Street Chip Seal Program       2018 Chip Seal Map

When Bonney Lake grew to over 10,000 in population, the City took over many of the maintenance activities on SR 410.

Is there a traffic issue in your neighborhood? Learn about the Neighborhood Traffic Control Program (Resolution 1206)

Neighborhood Traffic Control Program

Traffic Updates & State Construction Projects

For information on traffic and construction projects around Washington State, see the Department of Transportation website:


If you’re interested in adopting a street in the City of Bonney Lake, please view the Adopt-A-Street page for details and to fill out an application.

Roadside Memorials

The City has an adopted policy relating to the placement of Roadside Memorials. Click here to download the policy (PDF format).

Sidewalk Installation

For information on sidewalk installation projects currently in design or construction, view our Current Projects page and view "City/Public" projects.

In past years the City of Bonney Lake has received a 'Safe Routes to Schools' grant for sidewalks and trails near area schools including Victor Falls Elementary School, Mountain View Middle School, and Bonney Lake High School, as well as grant funding via the Washington State Department of Transportation Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety Grant.



Snow & Ice Control Map
Snow & Ice Control Map

City Public Works crews push loose snow and built up ice to the side of roads. This will not always create bare pavement but does provide an even surface on which to drive. 

The most heavily traveled roads are given priority by snow plow operators. Priority roads include those around medical clinics, schools, main arterials, collector roads and roads on hills. All roads will be plowed as quickly as possible. Priority roads will be plowed continuously until snow fall stops and sanding is done. Then, other streets (residential and dead-end) will be plowed. 

Roads are sanded after the heaviest snow fall ceases and snow plowing has been accomplished. Sanding occurs at intersections and on steep slopes. Other areas that are shaded and have ice built up will also be treated as needed. Streets are not otherwise sanded and drivers should follow safe driving techniques when driving on snow and ice.

Generally, snow plowing starts when four or more inches of snow accumulate on streets, when continuing snowfall is projected, or when unsafe conditions exist.

For more information, please download and review the information provided above, or contact the City of Bonney Lake at 253-862-8602.


Streets & Stormwater Crew Leader 
Assistant Superintendents of Public Works
Public Works Administrative Specialist II – Operations
Fleet Mechanic 

   19306 Bonney Lake Blvd
   Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Mailing Address
   City of Bonney Lake
   Attn: Public Works Streets/Fleets/Stormwater
   19306 Bonney Lake Blvd
   Bonney Lake, WA 98391

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