Other Police Services

Here are some services provided by the Bonney Lake Police Department. If you have further questions,  you may contact the police department at 253-863-2218.

File a Police Report
If you have an emergency please dial 9-1-1.

Collision Reporting

Who files a collision report? 
  • If a law enforcement officer investigates the collision you don't need to complete a collision report. The investigating officer will file one. 
  • If no law enforcement officer investigates the collision EACH driver involved must submit a report within 4 days of the collision. 
To file a traffic collision report, please click here

To request a copy of a collision report from the Washington State Patrol, please click here.

Non-Emergency or Not in Progress Reporting

If you need to file a non-emergency police report or not in progress crime, you can call our 24 hour, non-emergency number at 253-287-4455 for all of Pierce County.  

Fingerprint Services
    Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9-10am and 2-3pm. Walk-ins only

    $10 per card
    Exact cash, check, Visa or MasterCard

Must show ID

*Ink prints only. We do not do digital prints.
Concealed Pistol License

New CPL Application Process

Original CPL Applications must be processed in person. We accept walk-ins Tuesday - Thursday 9am-4pm.  

CPL Renewal Instructions

  • Per RCW 9.41.070, a CPL holder may apply for a renewal 90 days prior to their CPL’s expiration date, and may apply for a late renewal during the 90 days immediately following their CPL’s expiration.
  • You may renew by mail - see process below or in person Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm. 
  • Washington State renewal applicants must reside within the City limits of Bonney Lake. Not sure if you are within city limits? Click here to find out. 
  • Complete the application from this link: https://www.dol.wa.gov/business/firearms/training/652007.pdf
  • Enclose a clear copy of your driver’s license with your current address and a clear copy of your expiring CPL.
  • Submit the application and supporting documentation via mail to:
    Bonney Lake Police Department Records
    18421 Veterans Memorial Dr. E.
    Bonney Lake, WA 98391
  • The application must be received within 90 days before expiration, or 90 days after the expiration date of the CPL in the case of a late renewal.
  • Please enclose a check or money order to pay the fees, made payable to the City of Bonney Lake. All fees are non-refundable. Processing will not occur until payment is received.
    o Renewal License – $32.00
    Application received within 90 days prior to current CPL expiration.
    o Late renewal - $42.00
    Application received within 90 days following current CPL expiration.


Med-Project Kiosk
Safely dispose of unwanted and expired medicines including medications in pill, capsule, or liquid form in their original container or in a sealed, ziploc plastic bag.

To dispose of medications:

1. Cross out or remove personal information from the medicine bottle or container.
2. Leave product in original container or place it in a sealed, Ziploc plastic bag.
3. Put medicine in the kiosk .

Not Accepted

Herbal remedies
Cosmetics or other personal care products
Medical devices including inhalers
Pet pesticide products
Illicit drugs
The Ride-Along program provides an opportunity for citizens to experience the law enforcement function first hand.

To apply for a police Ride-Along, you must submit a completed Ride-Along form. You may submit the form online or in person at the Public Safety Building, 18421 Veterans Memorial Dr E, Bonney Lake.

The Ride-Along program is offered to residents and those employed within the city. Every attempt will be made to accommodate interested persons however any applicant my be disqualified without cause.

For further questions, you may contact the Bonney Lake Police Records department at 253 -863-2218.
Boat Launch Parking Passes

Allan Yorke Park Boat Launch:

On January 11, 2022, the City Council voted to approve a contract to build a new recreational ballfield at Allan Yorke Park. The ballfield construction began immediately and has displaced the designated vehicle and watercraft trailer parking area with no alternate area currently available for this type of parking.

Council has decided that there will be no boat trailer parking during the 2022 boating season. A plan to have adequate watercraft trailer parking for the 2023 boating season has been identified.

The boat launch will be open to Bonney Lake residents who purchase a launch pass and who do not need to park their tow vehicle and watercraft trailer on site. The daily kiosk located at the boat launch will not be available this year. Tow vehicles and watercraft trailers that are parked in any of the Allan Yorke Park lots or in surrounding neighborhoods are subject to having the tow vehicle and watercraft trailer impounded.

The boat launch will open for City residents and the purchasing of boat launch passes for City residents will begin on May 16, 2022.

If you would like to subscribe for notices of when the Allan Yorke Park Boat Launch may be closed, reopened, or if hours/days change for using the boat launch please sign up for the subscription on our website home page under subscriptions or click this link: Subscription Sign Ups

Resident Boat Launch Parking Passes

Boat Launch parking passes are available for purchase by residents living inside the Bonney Lake City Limits. See also BLMC 12.12.051

This pass allows residents to launch their boat but does not provide vehicle/trailer parking. You must have a space to park your vehicle and trailer legally off site. There is no designated boat/vessel trailer parking provided in any City parking lot. Please do not park in the surrounding neighborhoods.  

Each resident boat launch parking pass is $30.00 plus tax (total $32.82) per vehicle per year.

Starting May 16, 2022 Resident parking passes can be purchased by:

  • Submitting an application
  •  via US Mail. Include a photo copy of your driver's license with your address showing you reside with the Bonney Lake city limits along with a check for $32.82 made out to the City of Bonney Lake and mail it to:

             Bonney Lake Police Department
             18421 Veterans Memorial Drive E
             Bonney Lake, WA 98391.

    The pass will be mailed back to you. If we receive the request during normal business hours, we can get it in the mail same day.
    • Submit application and upload proof of residency at this link: Resident Pass Application
    • After you have submitted the application and proof of residency, call 253-863-2218 to pay $32.82 ($30 plus applicable tax) over the phone with a valid credit card.
      The permit will be mailed to you on the day it is issued OR you can come in person and pick up the permit.

    •  You may also print and fill out an application (Printable Application) and bring proof of residency to the Police Department. Then pay and receive your permit.

    Resident Parking Pass Requirements:

    • Each resident boat launch parking pass is $30.00 plus tax per year.

    • Proof of residency is required; you must live inside City limits to purchase a resident pass. To verify residency inside City Limits, please view the City Limits Map or visit the Pierce County about my property page and type in your address. A Bonney Lake Address does not mean that it's inside of City Limits.

    • Valid Driver's License or other acceptable identification is required.
    • The fee for replacement of an annual pass is $100.00. No refunds will be given for lost, stolen, or unused passes.

    For more information call the Police Department at 253-863-2218. 

    Lake Bonney does not require a boat launch permit, but does prohibit internal combustion engines. For more information please see our Boating page. Private launches require permission from the Homeowner's Association in charge of those launches.

Vacation Checks
Vacation House Check is a free service for Bonney Lake city limit residents. Police staff will check on residence as staffing allows and has your contact information in case of an emergency.

To request vacation house check, complete the Vacation House Check form online or you can stop by the Bonney Lake Police Department in person to fill out the form.
Animal Control
Animal Control in the City of Bonney Lake is contracted through Metro Animal Services.

The Metro Animal Services shelter is located at 1200 39th Ave SE, Puyallup, WA.

253-299-PETS (7387)
email: [email protected]

For information on dog and cat licenses, kennel license or other animal control fees and services, please view the City's security alarms & animal licensing page.

Peddler License
To request a peddler's license in the City of Bonney Lake, please submit the Peddlers License application in person, with ID, to the Bonney Lake Police Department during regular business hours.

Radar Sign
The radar sign is a tool designed to enhance our efforts at getting the motoring public to drive within the posted speed limits. In the past, the department’s efforts have generally been focused on stopping violators and issuing infractions. This function was handled by commissioned officers. Unfortunately the number of infractions issued and the amount of accidents with speed as a contributing factor continually rise.

We are attempting to help educate drivers by making them aware of just how fast they are actually going. Most people need only a subtle reminder to stay within the posted speed limits. The radar sign serves as a proactive warning device, posting the driver’s speed in large, easy to read numbers. Most drivers who are speeding recognize their error and slow down. Those drivers who are speeding and choose to disregard the radar trailer are increasing the possibility of meeting one of our officers.

The goal of the Radar Sign Program is to make citizens more aware of speed limits in Bonney Lake and to enhance the safety of our roadways in general. CSOs (Community Service Officers) deploy the radar trailer in locations where speeding is a problem and/or safety is a concern such as in school zones. They then retrieve the radar trailer and provide the Program Coordinator with the SD card which stores the study’s data.

The radar sign is a mobile radar unit, similar in function to the hand held units of our officers, with a large digital sign that posts the driver’s speed.

Click here for Radar Sign Reports.  

To request Radar Sign deployment in your area, please click here.


Police Records
Police Administration

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 5:00pm

Fingerprinting Hours:
Tuesday - Thursday
9:00 - 10:00am & 2:00 - 3:00pm

Public Safety Building
18421 Veterans Memorial DR E
Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Bonney Lake Police Department
18421 Veterans Memorial DR E
Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Phone: 253-863-2218

Fax: 253-863-2661

For emergencies dial 9-1-1

Dispatch/After-hours/Non-emergency: 253-287-4455