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Green Kirkland Day Work Party in OO Denny November 12th

Green Kirkland Day Work Party in OO Denny November 12th Join hundreds of volunteers in parks throughout Kirkland gathering to celebrate Green Kirkland Day and plant native trees, shrubs, and groundcovers. The event in O.O. Denny Park is from 10am – 2pm *Lunch is provided, find out more information and...

Sunday Dec 18, 7:25 PM Christmas Ship and bonfire at OO Denny Park!

Christmas Ship at O.O. Denny Park Sunday, Dec. 18  – Boat stop and bonfire at 7:25 – 7:45 pm The Christmas Ship will visit O.O. Denny Park on the shores of Lake Washington Sunday, December 18. As usual, the flotilla will stand offshore and regale us with caroling and their beautiful Christmas...

Objection to relocation of soil storage bins at Big Finn Hill Park

The FHNA Board of Directors recently sent the attached letter to the King County Parks Director raising concerns about the relocation of soil storage bins at Big Finn Hill Park. The new location interferes with King County residents’ use of the park and is environmentally inappropriate. We are...

Tree Removal Guide – City of Kirkland

Tree Removal NOT associated with development activity: Tree removal which does not involve the removal of more than two or the last two trees on the property and/or restrictions do not apply to the property (e.g. critical areas, subdivision restrictions, etc.)  There are no fees associated with this review....

City Advises Residents to Stay Out of Parks During Storm

Due to the risks created by expected high winds, the northern end  of Holmes Point Drive will be closed beginning late tonight through the end of the wind storm that has been forecasted for this weekend. The southern end of the Holmes Point Drive will remain open to traffic. The City is also advising...

CANCELLED due to high winds: Arbor Day at O.O. Denny Park

Saturday, October 15th 10am-2pm Join the Green Kirkland Partnership, Washington Department of Natural Resources, the City of Kirkland Planning Department, and EarthCorps as we celebrate all the hard work that trees do on our behalf: filter our air, clean our water, create habitat for urban wildlife and calm...

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