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Big Finn Hill Park Work Party Success

Every year about this time, the woods become alive with activity. Environmental and Adventure School (EAS) students are back in our beloved parks for their valued contributions to our healthy Finn Hill ecosystem. Today they tackled a patch in Big Finn Hill Park that has been receiving much TLC over the last...

Kirkland Residents are Invited to Comment on the Kirkland Surface Water Master Plan

Kirkland residents are invited to provide comments by October 29th on the 2014 Surface Water Master Plan. The plan identifies programs and projects that will be used by the City to protect us from flooding and to improve and protect our streams, lakes, and stormwater systems over the next 10 years. Surface...

400+ Plants Take Root in Juanita Heights Park, Come Help!

3 Workparties will take place in October in Juanita Heights Park.  Put your gloves on, bring your shovel and come help! On Saturday October 18, 10:00 AM to 2:00 EarthCorps will be in the park leading the planting of over 300 trees, shrubs and ground cover in the clearing west of the entry steps.  Two...

DennyFest 2014 in Pictures

In all, DennyFest 2014 was a huge success, and proved to be fun for all. We’re already looking forward to next year’s celebration! See you at O.O. Denny Park next September! Leah Berner was there to capture some of the wonderful memories. This slideshow requires JavaScript. All photographs by Leah Berner....

How to View Development Proposals in Your Neighborhood

Neighborhood Leaders: Have you missed the Hot Sheet? This new tool replaces the Hot Sheet – and provides you with up-to-date information on all developments (large and small) in the Kirkland permitting process. It is easy to access the information. Just following the instructions below. Give this a try and...

BIG SUCCESS…Thank You Volunteers for planting the Juanita Woodlands Deer Meadow

A huge thank you to the 50 volunteers that worked in Juanita Woodlands to create a deer meadow on Saturday, September 27. Currently the deer frequent a grassy area that is slated for development. This will ensure they have a place to go and keep them off Juanita Drive and out of your yard. The volunteers...

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