Participating groups agree to remove litter from an assigned, one mile or more section of street, at least 4 times per year, with a two year minimum commitment.  The City provides the volunteers with safety signs, garbage bags, gloves, safety vests and hard hats.  Once cleanup is completed, our city crew will pick-up and dispose of the bagged litter.  After the first scheduled cleanup has been completed, the City will install a recognition sign with the group's name on it to thank them for all their efforts.

The City of Bonney Lake is a beautiful city and we want to keep it that way. Adopting a street shows pride in the city and it is a great way to show that you or your organization care. You can get involved in the Adopt-A-Street program with your business, club, organization, school or family and help keep Bonney Lake beautiful!

Fill out the Adopt-A-Street application form. For more information about the program or to apply to adopt a street, please contact the Adopt-A-Street Coordinator at 253-447-4319 or by E-mail.

Here are fill-able forms for current groups.

Individual Volunteer Agreement
Adopt A Street Volunteer Sign-in/Bag Count Agreement
Adopt A Streets Extension Agreement

Our current participating Adopt-A-Street groups:

Beautify Bonney Lake
Since 2004, Beautify Bonney Lake is a group whose mission is to enhance the beauty of the city, by improving a vehicle to capture the goodwill of the citizens via their willingness to create permanent and positive improvements to the city. For more information on volunteering or past events, you can go their website here.

Cleanup Crew

Bonney Lake High School Culinary Arts
Coletta Nilssen and Cooper
photo of adopt a street sign
Eastpointe Church

Eastpointe Church adopted Angeline Road E in honor of the young family who tragically died on that stretch of road. The Ellis' were a large presence in  the Eastpointe Church community and would be so proud to have this as a remembrance of them.
Ellis Family Photo

Friends of Michael Fontana
Friends of Michael Fontana are such a dedicated group. Not only to help keep our city clean but to keep the memory of their Friend Michael Fontana alive. They clean 'his' stretch of 214th Ave E. Colleen is driving force behind this group. 
Photo of adopt a street signAdopt a street cleanup crew
Greater Bonney Lake Veteran's Memorial Committee
The Greater Bonney Lake Veteran's Memorial Committee adopted Veteran's Memorial Drive E since 2019.
Cleaning crew photo
Cleaning crew photo
Kimber Lee John L. Scott
Kiwanis Club of Bonney Lake
Lake Bonney Conservation Association
Let's Wheel ORC
Murray Family
Tom Watson and his trusty sidekick Rambo have been cleaning the route since 2013.
Snyder Piano Service
James Snyder has been cleaning since the Adopt a Street program began in 1983. We believe he is the first picker to sign up.  He is a one man show that has shown years of dedication to doing his civic duty as well as gaining some publicity for his piano service. Currently, James cleans 2 routes for the City.

Adopt a Street sign
Swiss Sportsmen Club
The Gnoinsky Family
The Hemlock Club
The Munsch Family
The Munsch Family was super excited to see the Causeway open up through the city's Adopt a Street program. The route is close to their home and is a great way to give back to their community and make a difference within their local neighborhood. "We enjoy cleaning our street throughout the year as a family walking along Lake Tapps and the view of Mt. Rainier".
The Munsch children are involved in RC racing, basketball and jet skiing. As a family they enjoy camping and cruising in their hot rods in the summertime.
The Pompeo Family
The Riddiough Family
The Treff Family
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Street Division

Public Works Center
19306 Bonney Lake Blvd E
Bonney Lake, WA 98391

City of Bonney Lake
Attn: Public Works
P.O. Box 7380
Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Phone: 253-447-4319
After Hours Emergency Phone: 253-287-4455
Fax: 253-826-1921