Welcome to Bonney Lake

Welcome to Bonney Lake Washington

Nestled between the glorious Cascade Mountains to the east and the majestic peaks of the Olympic Mountain range to the west, the region offers breathtaking views of our natural wonders year round. At an elevation of 605 feet, as you drive up Highway 410 into Bonney Lake, Mt. Rainier is right there to greet you, with all its splendor, especially beautiful when it glows pink in the early morning sun. Setting atop the Puyallup Valley offers residents long-lasting summer evenings as the sun sets behind the Olympics and the beautiful purple and orange sky stretches far out to the south, including the view of the shining harbor of Tacoma’s Commencement Bay.

In early 2014, Bonney Lake was listed as one of the top Ten Washington Cities in which to purchase a home. Bonney Lake has become a premier city for families and community in the western Washington, Puget Sound and eastern Pierce County region. Located just a short drive from Seattle, Tacoma and neighboring Puyallup, Buckley, Sumner, and Enumclaw, the region has the best of both big city and friendly community living. With easy access to the Sounder, with a train station located just down the hill in Sumner, commuting to work and school is made easy with many bus routes coming and going from the Bonney Lake Park and Ride.

Bonney Lake schools are part of the Sumner/Bonney Lake school district and rise above the state and national average in both reading and math, as does the level of higher education for residents. There are many opportunities for higher education in our area, with seven college and universities within 20 miles.

The region is a family-friendly and active community. Lake Tapps offers public access for swimming and boating activities; our forested areas are equipped with miles of trails for hiking and biking; our many parks are filled with sports, play areas, and community events throughout the year. Winter months allow for downhill skiing less than an hour away.

Chamber of Commerce

For more than 30 years, the Chamber has worked to support our business and residential community by being involved in the growth and development of our city. We look forward to serving and supporting businesses and individuals for many years to come.


The Chamber of Commerce exists to engage, connect and grow business leaders in order to enrich the environment for ownership, employment and community. We accomplish this goal through membership-facilitated business networks and events within the region while supporting the community’s needs.

A Perfect Partner

The Chamber strives to be the perfect partner for every business and professional in the region. We’re a voluntary, nonprofit organization committed to working with area leaders to improve the activity in our market and the livability of our community.

  • To newcomers, we offer a friendly welcome as well as contacts and information to help you feel at home.
  • To visitors, we offer recommendations to make your visit memorable.
  • To schools, we pledge to provide a bridge between you and the business community in our mutual quest for excellence in education and support of our young people.
  • To government officials, we strive to present a unified voice of the business community for our residents.
  • To citizens, we are committed to improving the quality of life in Bonney Lake by ensuring a stable business climate and a solid feeling of community support.

For More Information

The Chamber Collective
20608 Hwy. 410 E.
(inside Harborstone Credit Union)
P.O. Box 7171, Bonney Lake WA 98391
4CH-AMB-ER07 (424) 262-3707

Bonney Lake Community

Nestled between the glorious Cascade Mountains to the east and the majestic peaks of the Olympic Mountain range to west, Bonney Lake offers breathtaking views of our natural wonders year round. At an elevation of 605 feet, as you drive up Highway 410 into Bonney Lake, Mt. Rainier is right there to great you, with all its splendor, especially beautiful when it glows pink in the early morning sun. Setting atop the Puyallup Valley offers Bonney Lake residents long-lasting summer evenings as the sun sets behind the Olympics and the beautiful purple and orange sky stretches far out to the south, including the view of the shining harbor of Tacoma’s Commencement Bay.


Population 19,903
Median household income $80,967
Education attainment 93%
Median house value $255,200
Number of companies 1,208

Sources: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2000 Census of Population and Housing; ESRI reports for 2008 and 2013


Allen Yorke Park
Cedarview Park
Ken Simmons Park
Madonna Park
Viking Park
Victor Falls Park
Fennel Creek
Foothills Rails to Trails


Relay for Life Sumner/Bonney Lake: July 20,
6 p.m.-10 a.m.

Kids Club: Mondays at 6:30 p.m.

Allan York Park Tunes @ Tapp & Outdoor Market: Wednesdays July 11-Aug. 22
5 p.m., market; 6:30-8 p.m., live music

National Night Out: Aug. 7, Allan York Park

Bonney Lake Days at Allan Yorke Park:
Aug. 18

Beautify Bonney Lake Chamber of Commerce “Labor of Love” Triathlon:
Sept. 1

Tehaleh Harvest Festival: Sept 22, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Annual Tree Lighting

Sip & Shuttle: Twice a year

Sumner Community

Sumner is a vibrant historical city also known as the Rhubarb Pie Capital of the World. Downtown Sumner maintains the historic heart of Sumner, with various small business focused on keeping the heritage of Sumner alive. Sumner also is home to one of the states largest industrial areas.


Population 9,700
Median household income $53,445
Education attainment 91.4%
Median home value $227,100
Number of companies 4,195

Sources: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2000 Census of Population and Housing; ESRI reports for 2008 and 2013


Reuben A. Knoblauch Heritage Park
Loyalty Park
Rainier View Park
Seiben Thaler Park
Sk8 Park


Relay for Life Sumner/Bonney Lake: July 20, 6 p.m.-10 a.m.
Daffodil Parade
Daffodil Festival
Wine Walks
Spring Treasure Hunt
Rhubarb Days: Aug. 4-5

Buckley Community

When in Buckley, it feels as if you can reach out and touch the majestic Mount Rainier. Buckley is a small town rich in history to experience, from the Foothills Historical Society Museum to the beautiful historic buildings on Main Street


Population 4,550
Median household income $54,189
Education attainment 82%
Median home value $225,800
Number of companies 406

Sources: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2000 Census of Population and Housing; ESRI reports for 2008 and 2013


Veterans Memorial Park
Foothills Trails to Rails
Veterans Park


Relay for Life of Rainier Foot Hills: May
Buckley Log Show: June 23-24
Summer Series: Thursdays, 4-8 p.m.
Trick-or-Treating on Main Street
Christmas Tree Lighting
Christmas Tree Auction

Orting Community

Orting is one of the oldest cities in the state. Located in the foothills of Mt. Rainier between the Carbon and Puyallup Rivers, Orting is a turn-of-the-century small town, complete with several parks and trails for all of your outdoors adventures.


Population 7,446
Median household income $72,114
Education attainment 89.6%
Median home value $199,000
Number of companies 352

Sources: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2000 Census of Population and Housing; ESRI reports for 2008 and 2013


3 Corner Park
Calistoga Park
Charter Park
Gratzer Sports Park
Main City Park
Memorial Park
North Park
Rainier Meadows
Foothills Trails
Triangle Park
White Hawk Park
Williams Park


Daffodil Parade Day: April 7
Farmers Market: June-August, Fridays, 3-7 p.m.
Emergency Preparedness Fair: Oct. 6
Orting Red Hat Days: Oct. 6
Home for the Holidays

Service Clubs

The Chamber Collective is a volunteer-based business organization that seeks to enrich the community by promoting commerce and becoming actively involved in community affairs. www.TheChamberCollective.com

Beautify Bonney Lake was created in 2004 to enhance the beauty of our city by creating a vehicle to easily capture the goodwill of local citizens via their willingness to create permanent and positive improvements. Each year over a dozen projects are selected for beautification and cleanup. This nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization averages over 500 volunteers for their annual event on the third Saturday in September.

A beautiful city creates pride for all who live, work, play and conduct business within its boundaries. Three foundational elements make up the Beautify Bonney Lake group – the City of Bonney Lake, the Chamber and Bonney Lake citizens, and they work together to create an attractive city. The group assists annually with Park Appreciation Day in April and has adopted Main Street for quarterly cleanups. It encourages youth (our future leaders) to protect and restore environmentally important places. Visit www.beautifybonneylake.org to learn more or to be a volunteer or sponsor.

The Kiwanis Club of Bonney Lake is a longstanding service club that engages in a variety of local service projects including the Bonney Lake High School Scholarship program, community projects assisting senior citizens, Christmas tree lighting festivities, fire department open houses and the Key Club at Bonney Lake High School. The club meets at 7 a.m. Tuesdays at the Cedar Ridge Assisted Living & Retirement Center at 9515 198th Ave., Bonney Lake.

The Bonney Lake Lions Club is an active service club providing community support for the greater Bonney Lake area. Services include vision and hearing care for those in need, support of the Lions4Kids House and sponsorship of the BLHS Leos Club. The Lions is the worlds largest service organization, and our local chapter welcomes all community members to apply for membership. Meetings are held at 7 p.m. the second and fourth Thursday of each month, at the Bonney Lake Senior Center.

Lions 4 Kids is a free necessities resource serving children in area school districts. A boutique-style clothing bank allows kids to “shop” for needed, free clothing items and shoes as well as personal health care items. Children must qualify for support and the house is not open to the general public – contact the house for more information on requirements.

In addition to clothing, the Lions 4 Kids House offers The Prom Project (helping high school seniors afford to attend their prom), Back to School (stocking kids with needed school supplies at the end of the summer) and more programs. Donations and volunteers are always welcomed. 18429 89th St. E. Bonney Lake, WA. Message phone: (253) 447-3844

The Greater Bonney Lake Historical Society was established in 2001 to discover, preserve and disseminate knowledge of the history of the area and the state for future generations to enjoy. In 2007, the group’s major project was the Naches Trail Sign dedication that shows visitors where wagon trains traveled through the city. In 2009, with funds from a grant awarded by Pierce County and matched by the City of Bonney Lake, 10 historic markers were dedicated throughout the city. These beautiful works of art, made from stainless steel plaques mounted on Wilkeson sandstone boulders, are visible reminders of the impact, contributions and heritage of our city.

Last year, Bonney Lake’s Plateau, a pictorial history book written by historical society member Winona Jacobsen, was published. This book and annual calendars are available for purchase from the historical society.

Monthly meetings are held on the last Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Bonney Lake Branch Library. All are welcome.

P.O. Box 8288, Bonney Lake 98391

The Friends of the Bonney Lake Library is a volunteer organization, and is one of many Friends groups found throughout the nation’s library systems. Friends’ purposes are to raise funds for a local library, and to aid staff in any way they can, such as helping to plan, arrange for and help supervise library programs. Friends purchase extra programming, refreshments, supplies, furniture and other items not available through regular library funds. Friends welcome patron and staff suggestions on how the money raised is spent at their local library.

Friends’ main funding-raising activity is selling patron-donated books, DVDs and CDs at the library. In addition, The Bonney Lake Friends sponsor up to four book sales a year. Donations of the above items, as well as cash, are always appreciated.

The Friends of the Bonney Lake Library meet at 12:30 p.m. the second Wednesday of each month in the library’s meeting room. Visitors and potential new members are always welcome!

The Greater Bonney Lake Veteran’s Memorial Committee was formed as a result of the park board’s interest in having a memorial to honor U.S. veterans. Individual citizens have joined to assist in furthering this endeavor. www.gblvmc.org

The American Cancer Society Relay For Life movement gives everyone in communities across the globe a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost and fight back against the disease. At relay events, teams of people camp out at local high schools, parks or fairgrounds and take turns walking or running around a track or path. Each team is asked to have representative on the track at all times during the event because cancer never sleeps. Each year more than 4 million people in more than 5,200 communities in the United States and 19 other countries gather to take part in this relay movement.

Information At A Glance


City of Bonney Lake
(253) 862-8602


City Hall
(253) 862-8602
9002 Main St. E, Bonney Lake
P.O. Box 7380
Bonney Lake 98391-0944

Community Development
(253) 447-4356

Customer Service
(253) 447-4311

Municipal Court
(253) 862-6606

Public Safety Building
(253) 863-2218
18421 Old Buckley Hwy., Bonney Lake 98391

Public Works
(253) 447-4341

Senior Center
(253) 863-7658

Utilities (water/sewer)
(253) 447-4317


A+ Auto Licensing, Inc.
(253) 862-8811

Air Pollution Control Puget Sound Clean Air Agency (PSCAA)
(800) 552-3565

Animal Control Complaints
(253) 863-6384

(253) 841-5595

Bonney Lake and Sumner Courier Herald
(360) 825-2555

Bonney Lake Food Bank
(253) 863-4043

Bonney Lake Historical Society
(253) 863-0595

Bonney Lake Post Office
(253) 863-3187

Bonney Lake Senior Center
(253) 863-7658

The Chamber Collective

City of Bonney Lake
(253) 862-8602

Clothing Bank – Lions-4-Kids
(253) 447-3844

Comcast (cable)
(877) 824-2288

East Pierce Fire & Rescue
(253) 863-1800

Puget Sound Energy
(888) 225-5773

Puyallup Driver’s Licensing Service Office
(253) 840-4591

Qwest Communications
(telephone)(800) 244-1111

Tacoma News Tribune
(253) 597-8742

Voter Registration
(253) 798-7430


Health Dept.
(253) 798-6500
(800) 992-2456 x 6500

District Court
(253) 798-7487

Bonney Lake Branch Library
(253) 548-3308

Work Source(253) 593-7300


Bonney Lake/Sumner Recreation Dept.
(253) 891-6500

Pierce County Parks
(253) 798-4176

Crystal Mountain Resort
(360) 663-3050


D.M. Disposal
(253) 414-0347

Prairie Ridge Transfer Station
(253) 862-1704


Dept. of Licensing
(360) 902-3900

Emissions Testing
(253) 848-6399

Washington State Patrol Inspections
(253) 536-4300

Pierce Transit
(253) 581-8000

Sound Transit
(800) 201-4900

SeaTac International Airport
(800) 544-1965


Enumclaw Regional Hospital
(360) 825-2505

Multi Care Good Samaritan Hospital
(253) 697-4000

American Medical Response
(253) 272-5899


Sumner/Bonney Lake Recreation Dept.
(253) 891-6500

Bonney Lake/Sumner Little League
(253) 863-0333

Boy Scouts of America – Pacific Harbors Council
(253) 752-7731

Foot Hills

4-H Club

Girl Scouts of Western Washington
(253) 475-0307


City Hall
(360) 829-1921
933 Main St., P.O. Box 1960, Buckley 98321

Buckley Senior Center
(360) 829-0190
811 Main St., Buckley 98321

Buckley Police Department
(360) 829-3157
146 S Cedar St., Buckley 98321

Fire Dept
(360) 829-1441
611 S Division St., Buckley 98321

Buckley Public Works Department
(360) 829-1631

Youth Center
(360) 829-6534
251 River Ave S, Buckley 98321

Post Office
(360) 829-0781
219 S River Ave., Buckley 98321


City Hall
(253) 863-8300
1104 Maple St., Sumner 98390

Sumner Senior Center
15506 62nd Street Court East, Sumner 98390

Police Department
(253) 299-5680
1104 Maple Street Suite 140, Sumner 98390

Fire Dept
(253) 863-1800
800 Harrison St, Sumner 98390

Public Works Department
(253) 299-5700

Post Office
(253) 826-0816
1313 Fryar Ave, Sumner 98390


City Hall
(360) 893-2219
110 Train St SE, Orting 98360

Orting Senior Center
(360) 893-5827
120 Washington Ave. N, Orting 98360

Orting Police Department
(360) 893-3111
401 Washington Ave. SE., Orting 98360

Fire Dept
360) 893-2221
401 Washington Ave SE, Orting 98360

Orting Public Works Department
(360) 893-2219 ext.139

Post Office
(360) 893-5290
117 Van Scoyoc Ave. SW, Orting 98360


1202 Wood Ave., Sumner 98390

The Sumner Bonney Lake School District includes the cities of Bonney Lake, Edgewood, Sumner and unincorporated areas of Pierce County, serving over 8,000 students from over 5,000 families throughout the community. The district has 14 schools, a family support center, a district athletic complex, a performing arts center and a recreation department. For more information, visit www.sumnersd.org.

(253) 891-6000

Athletics & Facilities Scheduling
(253) 891-5555

Child Nutrition Services
(253) 891-6450

Maintenance & Operations
(253) 891-6300

Recreation Department
(253) 891-6500

(253) 891-6400

Elementary Schools

Bonney Lake Elementary School
(253) 891-4450

Crestwood Elementary School
(253) 891-4550

Daffodil Valley Elementary School
(253) 891-4600

Donald Eismann Elementary
(253) 891-4500

Emerald Hills Elementary School
(253) 891-4750

Liberty Ridge Elementary School
(253) 891-4800

Maple Lawn Elementary School
(253) 891-4400

Victor Falls Elementary School
(253) 891-4700

Middle Schools

Lakeridge Middle School
(253) 891-5100

Mountain View Middle School
(253) 891-5200

Sumner Middle School
(253) 891-5000

High Schools

Bonney Lake High School
(253) 891-5700

Sumner High School
(253) 891-5500

Elhi Hill High School Program
(253) 891-6520


240 N. A St.; PO Box 2050, Buckley 98321

(360) 829-0600

Business Services
(360) 829-3393

Collins Alternative Programs
(360) 829-1182

Community Activities
(360) 829-3366

Elk Ridge Elementary School
(360) 829-3354

Family Center
(360) 829-5883

Food Services
(360) 829-3979

Foothills Elementary School
(360) 829-3355

Glacier Middle School
(360) 829-3395

Human Resources
(360) 829-3822

IT Department
(360) 829-3803

Kids Club
(360) 829-0600

Mountain Meadow Elementary School
(360) 829-3356

Operations/Facilities and Transportation
(360) 829-3983

Student Support Services
(360) 829-3959

White River High School
(360) 829-3352

White River Middle School
(360) 829-3353

Wickersham School of Discovery
(360) 829-3389

Wilkeson Elementary School
(360) 829-3357


Mayor Neil Johnson
(253) 261-5181

Deputy Mayor Randy McKibbin
(253) 447-4269

Councilmember James Rackley
(253) 862-5326

Councilmember Terry Carter
(253) 347-5376

Councilmember Michelle Surdez
(253) 223-3208

Councilmember Tom Watson
(253) 348-7995

Councilmember Justin Evans
(253) 709-9199

Councilmember Dan Swatman
(253) 447-4269

City Administrator Don Morrison
(253) 862-8602


Mayor Patricia Johnson
(360) 761-7803

Councilmember Ron Smith
(206) 786-5456

Councilmember Connie Bender
(360) 829-5184

Councilmember Luke Wilbanks
(206) 730-2290

Councilmember Beau Burkett
(253) 345-1124

Councilmember John Leggett
(360) 829 0447

Councilmember Milt Tremblay

Councilmember Sandy Burkett
(252) 345-1124


Mayor Bill Pugh
(253) 299-5500

Councilmember Barbara Bitetto
(253) 299-5793

Councilmember Curt Brown
(253) 299-5796

Councilmember Kathy Hayden
(253) 299-5792

Councilmember Cindi Hochstatter
(253) 299-5795

Councilmember Melony Hochstatter
(253) 299-5797

Councilmember Patrick Reed
(253) 299-5794

Deputy Mayor Earle Stuard
(253) 299-5791


Mayor Joshus Penner
(253) 987-6655

Councilmember Tod Gunther
(206) 779-7079

Councilmember John Kelly
(253) 381-9707

Councilmember Michelle Gehring
(360) 286-8319

Councilmember Dave Harman
(253) 722-6790

Councilmember Nicola McDonald
(253) 548-6064

Councilmember Josh Penner
(253) 224-4226

Councilmember Scott Drennen
(360) 893-6818


County Executive Bruce Dammeier
(253) 798-7477

Councilmember Dan Roach
(253) 798-3635


Legislative Hotline
(800) 562-6000

Governor Jay Inslee
(360) 902-4111
P.O. Box 40002
Olympia 98504-0002

Attorney Bob Ferguson
(360) 753-6200
P.O. Box 40100
Olympia 98504-0100|

Senator Phil Fortunato
(31st District)
(360) 786-7660
P.O. Box 40431
Olympia 98504-0431

Representative Drew Stokesbary
(31st District)
(360) 786-7846
P.O. Box 40600
Olympia 98504-0600

Representative Morgan Irwin
(360) 786-7866
P.O. Box 40600
Olympia 98504-0600


President Donald J. Trump
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20500

Senator Maria Cantwell
(202) 224-3441
717 Hart Senate Office Bldg.,
Washington D.C. 20510-0001

Senator Patty Murray
(202) 224-2621
173 Russell Senate Office Bldg., #111,
Washington D.C. 20510

Jackson Federal Bldg., #2988, 915 2nd Ave.
Seattle 98104

Representative Dave Reichert
(202) 225-7761
(206) 275-3438
1223 Longworth House Office Bldg.
Washington D.C. 20515-0001
2737 78th Ave. SE, #202, Mercer Island 98040