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Bonney Lake, Washington (U.S.)

Pierce County

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[Flag of Bonney Lake, Washington] image by Eugene Ipavec, 26 June 2009

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Description of the Flag

The flag for the City of Bonney Lake was first developed in 2008 for use in a parade of flags at an annual conference of the Association of Washington Cities held in Yakima, WA. Bonney Lake City Administrator Don Morrison provided input to graphic designers, Matautia Design, of Olympia, WA. You will note the word "Incorporated" was misspelled on the original design and is being corrected in subsequent manufacturings of the flag. The symbols used on the flag are explained as follows: (1) The gold and teal lettering of Bonney Lake and the navy blue of the seal and background ducks were selected by the current Mayor, Neil Johnson, Jr. The gold lettering represents golden sunshine on the lake and the golden prospects of a growing city. The teal script lettering for the word 'lake' represents the beauty and motion of the lake's waters (Bonney Lake also shares the shores of a much larger lake called Lake Tapps); and (2) The ducks in flight surrounding the words, 'Bonney Lake', are an allusion to the indigenous ducks on the city's lakes and more specifically to a statue located at the City's western gateway on SR410 sculpted by nationally-known and local sculptor, Larry Anderson; (3) The center of the city flag is an actual picture taken on the waters of the City's small namesake, Lake Bonney.
Woody Edvalson
Administrative Services Director/City Clerk
City of Bonney Lake"

About the city:
"Bonney Lake is a city in Pierce County, Washington, United States. The population was 9,687 at the 2000 census." - from Wikipedia:,_Washington.

Valentin Poposki, 24 June 2009

Original first flag

[Flag of Bonney Lake, Washington] image by Eugene Ipavec, 26 June 2009


[City seal] image located by Paul Bassinson, 16 February 2020

Paul Bassinson, 16 February 2020