Vacancies on City Boards and Commissions are opened annually on April 6th or as needed. Check our Committees, Commissions & Boards web pages to check for current vacancies, or call the City at (253) 862-8602.
There are several ways to bring issues to the City Council. You can contact individual councilmembers directly via email or mail; contact information is available on theCity Council Page.
Alternately, you can send your question or concern to the entire Council to:
Mail: Attn: City Clerk
City of Bonney Lake
Bonney Lake, WA 98391
You are also welcome to address the Council at a public meeting. Council Meetings are normally held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. See our Calendar for the current Meeting schedule.
During the Meeting agenda item titled "Citizen Comments," citizens may address the Mayor and the Council regarding any matter relating to city business or over which the City has authority for up to five minutes per speaker, unless granted additional time by the chair or a majority of the Councilmembers present. Groups who have a designated speaker may have a total of 10 minutes to speak.
The City of Bonney Lake Mayor is a part-time mayor, and does not keep regular office hours. The Mayor keeps his own appointment calendar, and can be contacted in several ways:
Mail: Attn: Mayor Neil Johnson
City of Bonney Lake
P.O. Box 7380
Bonney Lake, WA 98391
Phone: (253) 447-4309
Please leave a message if you call and reach the voicemail system so the Mayor can return your call.
Bonney Lake residents are represented by seven Councilmembers, all of whom are elected 'at large', and who represent the entire City. For information on current councilmembers please view
City Council page or contact the City for more information at (253) 862-8602.
To find out about your County, State, and United States representatives, visit vote.wa.govand go to MyVote to view personalized voting information.
You can also look up this information by address via Pierce County's Info by Address search engine.
You may also call the State Elections Division at (800) 447-4881 or call the City for general assistance at (253) 862-8602.
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How do I get City Council agendas, minutes and actions?
Projected, current and past City Council Agendas, as well as past meeting summaries and minutes, are available on the Council Actions page.
Council agendas are also posted at city buildings and at the Bonney Lake Post Office. Full copies of agenda packets are available at the Justice & Municipal Center, Administrative Services Office (1st floor) and at the Bonney Lake Library.
COUNCIL ACTIONS - Resolutions & Ordinances
Recently passed ordinances and resolutions are listed online on our Ordinances and Resolutions pages; full copies of the approved items are made available as soon as possible on this page as well.
Summaries of adopted ordinances are printed in the 'Legals' section of the City’s official newspaper (usually 1 week after passage), and are also published online on our Legal Notices page.
If you still have questions about agendas or actions taken recently by the City Council, you may also contact the City at (253) 862-8602.
Audio recordings of City Council, Planning Commission, Design Commission and Park Board meetings are available via the City's website.
Use the links below to access the appropriate council, commission or board page, find the meeting you want to listen to, then click on the audio icon () to listen to streaming audio. You may also right-click the icon and download the audio recording to your computer to listen with the program of your choice.
How do I nominate a city employee for Employee of the Month?
If you would like to nominate a city employee for employee of the month, please complete a
Nomination form, which can be found on our Forms Page, and send through mail or email to the Human Resources Officer at P.O.Box 7380, Bonney Lake, WA 98391.
A wide range of public records is available on the City's website for the public to view at no cost. For a list of frequently viewed and requested records, visit our City Clerk's page. You can also use the 'Search' box in the top banner of the City website to search for a specific topic, record or form.
To request to review or receive copies of public records from the City, please submit out a Public Disclosure Request form. Complete information on the Public Disclosure Request process is available on the City Clerk's page.
How do I submit a question, complaint or suggestion?
General: Call the City at (253) 862-8602 during normal business hours (Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) and your call we be routed to appropriate staff.
Staff: To contact a specific staff person directly, please locate their contact information on the Online Staff Directory.
Councilmembers: Contact information for City Councilmembers is available on the City Council page.
Alternatively, you are welcome to submit questions, complaints or suggestions to the City Clerk via email at email@example.com and they will be forwarded to the appropriate individuals for a response.