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Finn Hill land use and zoning

On January 12, 2017 the Planning Commission discussed eleven (11) study areas considered for potential land use and zoning changes associated with the Finn Hill Neighborhood Plan. For reference the Finn Hill zoning areas under review are identified in this zoning map. The scope of change for each study area...

2016 Annual Meeting Recap Covers Board Elections and Finn Hill Landslide Video

FHNA hosted its annual meeting last night at Finn Hill Middle School. About 60 people attended to cast their vote on 6 open board seats. After each candidate provided a short speech on why they were seeking election and participation on the board, attendees were handed paper ballots to cast their vote....

Finn Hill Neighborhood Plan 2016 Schedule

In 2013-2016, several public meetings will determine the Finn Hill neighborhood plan and become part of the city wide K2035 Comprehensive Plan update process. On February 24th, 2016 the Finn Hill Neighborhood Plan Priorities Forum took place. Participants heard about the ideas suggested at the last November...

The Next Phase in Planning for Finn Hill’s Future

Remember Kirkland 2035? In January of 2014, the City of Kirkland came to Finn Hill. The planning department was beginning a visioning process aimed at planning the next 20 years and asked our community what we hoped for Finn Hill and for Kirkland. This is what you told them: Finn Hill Neighborhood Visioning...

Aerial Views of WWII era Kirkland buildings

The Kirkland Heritage Society has the January/February 2015 Blackberry Preserves newsletter available.  View PDF: KHS_2015vol22issue2 The feature article is by Vic Armfield who writes about Kirkland’s Part in the WWII War Effort. He has an aerial view guide to help orient the WWII era Kirkland...

The Farr Family Story

The Farr Family Based on an Interview with Grant Farr by Bonnie Rimawi, on May 24, 2013 “My full name is Sheldon Grant Farr, Jr., but I go by Grant because my dad was Sheldon; that way we didn’t get each other confused.” So begins the interview about a boy, Grant Farr, growing up in the family home in the...

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