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Family Trust Offers Parcel Adjacent to Juanita Heights Park

Good news! On Tuesday night City Council authorized staff to move forward with the purchase of another parcel of land to expand Juanita Heights Park. The parcel was in a family trust and is being sold to the City for $10,000, which is 1/5 of it’s assessed value! Great job City of Kirkland! FHNA is...

Finn Hill Joins Downtown Parade

Beautiful day for a parade last Friday and FHNA was well represented in downtown Kirkland on the 4th. FHNA Board member Francesca Lyman rode with Deborah Stelfox, Michael-Ellyn Schetzle, Marc Ackerman and Marit Zimmerman in two antique cars graciously loaned by Finn Hill residents Tony and Dee Zimmerman....

Enjoy the holiday, but remember: The Fourth of July is no holiday for our animals!

Do you love a parade? Are you a walker or hiker? FHNA seeks members to walk with our brigade in the old fashioned Kirkland Fourth of July parade. If you’re interested, please be in touch. Thanks! Here are Some Easy Tips for Pet Safety A couple years ago, a 15 year old large breed dog belonging to a Finn...

Juanita Heights Park Expansion

FHNA Board Members took Kirkland City Manager Kurt Triplett on a tour of land adjacent to Juanita Heights Park on June 30th.  There are five parcels for sale by a private landowner and they cover more than eight acres of densely wooded terrain; the forest canopy is healthy and the ground covers are...

Finn Hill Residents Query Experts on Landslides at Neighborhood Meeting

UW’s Kathy Troost keynotes, with a panel including city officials, a local biologist, and a geotech engineer. Three months after the terrible mudslide tragedy in Oso, WA. the Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance held a first-ever special event exploring the threats of landslides and mudslides in our corner of...

Great Turnout at the Neighborhood Meeting

Great turnout at the general meeting Wednesday night with lots of interest in the main topic regarding landslides. The good news is that there isn’t a large scale catastrophic disaster likely soon on Finn Hill based on examination of topographic clues. But continued development in combination with...

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