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Dear Finn Hill neighbors and friends: Here’s a summary of upcoming opportunities to improve your neighborhood and have some fun at the same time: Comment on 100th Avenue improvements Comments are open through Friday, August 5. The City of Kirkland is planning a host of improvements to 100th Avenue, running south from Simonds Road along the eastern boundary of Finn Hill down to 132nd (the intersection with Juanita Elementary). You can learn more about the plans and provide your comments online through Friday, August 5. Click here for the...read more
Join us on August 2nd for the National Night Out Party! The party goes from 6pm – 9pm, and people will be gathering in front of 8210 NE 142nd Street. Details from Event Coordinator Hotdogs (meatless too), buns, and condiments will be provided. Please RSVP so she can buy accordingly. Cost is to offset the price of food provided. Shared Food: please label ingredients so those with food allergies or dietary concerns can know if they’re able to eat the homemade...read more
King County Parks King County’s award-winning Parks and Recreation system consists of 200 parks, 175 miles of trails and 28,000 acres of open space. In our 200 parks, you’ll find ballfields, playgrounds and pools, as well as lush forests, quiet meadows, and many other Northwest ecosystems. Volunteer Event Information Location: Big Finn Hill Park Date: August 27th 9am-1pm Day of Event Contact: Lina Rose, 206.491.5014. Please contact Lina directly to RSVP prior to the event firstname.lastname@example.org Why your Volunteer Service is Important...read more
PROPOSAL: Tyler Somers of Marine Restoration & Construction, LLC, the applicant, is requesting a Process I Substantial Development Permit for a proposed extension of a single-family residence joint use pier, requesting administrative approval for alternate design (width), and installation of a boat lift and dual jet ski lift. The application was received by the City on November 19, 2015 and was deemed complete on June 22, 2016. LOCATION: 8341 & 8339 NE Juanita Drive, located within the NW quarter of Section 31 of Township 26 N., Range...read more
PROPOSAL: James Jordan, the applicant, is requesting a Process I Short Plat Permit to Subdivide a 163,373 sq. ft. lot into 9 new lots in a RSA 4 zone. Lots range in size from 7,600 to 20,108 sq. ft. and will be located on the south side of the stream. A stream, wetland and their associated buffer bisect the property. Access will be taken from 97th Ave NE. The application was received by the City on March 21, 2016 and was deemed complete on June 29, 2016. LOCATION: 14216 97th AVE NE. Finn Hill City of Kirkland Notice of Application Bristol...read more
PROPOSAL: Steve Lee, the applicant, is requesting a Process I Short Plat Permit to subdivide one parcel of 0.87 acres into five parcels in the RSA 8 Zone. The application was received by the City on March 3, 2016 and was deemed complete on June 29, 2016. LOCATION: 12606 82nd Avenue NE Finn Hill City of Kirkland Notice of Application ICAP Finn Hill South short Plat, Case No SUB16-00342 (PDF) REVIEW PROCESS: The decision on this application will be made by the Planning Director. Prior to the decision, there is an opportunity for the public to...read more
Kirkland News Bites: Upcoming Events Learning to live with urban wildlife Residents are invited to attend and participate in an educational workshop focused on coexistence with urban wildlife and simple actions people can take to reduce conflict and live peacefully with creatures such as coyotes, cougars, deer, raccoons and black bear. The workshop will be held on Wednesday, June 29 at 6:30 p.m., at Kirkland City Hall, 123 5th Ave, in the City Council Chambers. The event is sponsored by the City of Kirkland in conjunction with Washington...read more
About 50 people attended the June 15th Finn Hill neighborhood meeting at St. John Vianny church. Several presenters fielded questions while sharing information on three controversial topics. Take some time learning about these issues and note any deadlines for public comment. These three issues affect the quality of life on Finn Hill. New fire station for Finn Hill: Kirkland’s Deputy City Manager Marilynne Beard provided an update on Kirkland’s progress in finding an appropriate site for a new fire station to serve the eastern side of Finn...read more
The Kirkland Cultural Arts Commission is seeking an artist or artist teams to serve as “Artist in Residence” to create an ephemeral art project on site at the Cross Kirkland Corridor. The artwork will be constructed and installed on the Cross Kirkland Corridor during the period of Sept 10 – October 8, 2016. The deadline to apply is June 15, 2016 at 5pm. Please read the Request for Proposal for more information. Questions can be directed to Philly Marsh at...read more
This is a reminder that the Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance is hosting a neighborhood meeting on Wednesday, June 15, at 7pm in the social hall of St. John Vianney Church at 12600 84th Avenue. This meeting is for everyone who lives in the Finn Hill neighborhood (and even those who don’t), so please come. We always think our neighborhood meetings are important – they concern issues that affect our daily lives, after all. This Wednesday’s agenda is no exception: it will focus on 3 items of particular interest to us as Finn Hill residents and...read more