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The City of Bonney Lake is one of the faster growing cities in Washington State. The area was established in 1853, but not incorporated until 1949 with just 327 residents. Today, Bonney Lake is home to more than 16,690 residents, with a service population well in excess of 25,000. Our natural beauty, lakes and streams, and friendly people make Bonney Lake a wonderful place to live, work, shop or play. We hope you find what you are looking for on our website. Thanks for visiting.

Neil Johnson Mayor

Bonney Lake WA Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to The Chamber of Commerce serving Bonney Lake, Washington. We are organized to promote business, enhance economic and community development, and serve as a catalyst for improving the overall quality of life in the community and region.

We are a:  Private, voluntary, non-profit corporation uniting over 100 businesses and professionals for the purpose of improving the business environment and economic climate in our community.

Pierce County Transportation

Great links to all of your transportation needs from and to Bonney Lake and the surrounding areas.

The History of Bonney Lake

The history of the Bonney Lake plateau figures prominently in the early history of Washington Territory. The Naches Trail, a former Native American path extending from the waters of Puget Sound to the Cascade Mountains and beyond, saw not only the traffic of Native Americans, but also trappers with the Hudson Bay Company and explorers from the 1841 Wilkes United States Exploring Expedition.

Bonney Lake WA Boat Launches & Boating

The City of Bonney Lake is home to multiple lakes. The two public lakes open for boaters are Lake Tapps and Lake Bonney.

Lake Tapps
Lake Tapps is a reservoir lying to the North of the City of Bonney Lake. The lake is being purchased from Puget Sound Energy by the Cascade Water Alliance. For more information and project updates, please view the Cascade Water Alliance's Lake Tapps Plan online at Additional information on Lake Tapps water levels is available through the Lake Tapps Community Council and website at The Boat Launch at Lake Tapps requires a Boat Launch Pass for electronic payment at the launch. See Bonney Lake Municipal Code Chapter 12.12.051 for information. Boat Launch cards are available for purchase between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Utility Counter at City Hall. City Hall is located a few blocks south of Lake Tapps at 19306 Bonney Lake Blvd.

Bonney Lake
Lake Bonney is a small lake only suitable for small boats without combustion engines. For information on Lake Deborah Jane or other privately owned lakes, as well as private boat launches please contact the appropriate Homeowner's Association (HOA); see the Homeowner?s Association page for contacts.

Bonney Lake Police Dept

The Bonney Lake Police Department will provide quality police service with trust, integrity and respect, while enforcing state and municipal laws to provide a safe environment while encouraging active community participation.

Sumner School District Information

The majority of Bonney Lake is located in the Sumner School District. For boundary maps and additional information visit the link above.

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