This week all residents in Bonney Lake Manor with homes along 193rd and the connecting streets should have received letters from the City of Bonney Lake regarding changes to the street-level and curbside parking along 193rd and the connecting streets of 109th, 110th, 111th, 112th and 113th.
In the last couple of years the board has deal with multiple parking abuse issues. These have included:
- Former residents having cars on their property and surrounding streets far exceeding what would reasonably be expected as acceptable by community standards and impeding other residential traffic (one resident at one point had 20 cars parked along 193rd).
- Residents either parking in the yards of neighboring residents or allowing guests to park in said yards.
- High school students using 193rd and adjoining streets as ‘overflow parking’ for Bonney Lake High School.
After consulting with the City of Bonney Lake on these issues (and with at least one of the situations requiring involvement of local law enforcement) the City of Bonney Lake are enacting parking restrictions on 193rd and the adjoining streets. Signs have started being posted as of the last week of February 2019. Everyone should have gotten a copy of the letter from the City. We’ve also included a copy of the letter here for Bonney Lake Manor residents.
What this means to residents in Bonney Lake Manor:
In short the following changes will occur:
From 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM only residents of Bonney Lake manor and their guests can park on the streets in the right-of-way on 193rd and the adjoining streets.
If you only park in your driveway or designated parking areas, nothing changes for you. You can continue to do so. The only exception would be if the parking area is in the right of way which means the vehicle would require a permit.
If you use the street for parking, you will be required to get a free parking permit for your car from the City of Bonney Lake. Permits can be obtained by mail or at the Bonney Lake Justice Center. Details for what is required for proof are included in the letter you can download from here.
Guests will be required to have a guest permit hanging in their car if they are parking during restricted zone hours. Each resident can have one guest permit per resident. Again, details for what is required for proof are included in the letter you can download from here.
Please feel free to contact the Board via the contact for and we’ll reply to you with any questions or concerns you might have. Thank you for doing your part to make Bonney Lake Manor a great place to live.