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Kirkland 2035: Your Voice. Your Vision. Your Future.

From the The City of Kirkland 2035 Project Team: Over 160 residents, business representatives, and community members participated. Results of the comments we heard on existing and future Neighborhood Plans have been posted to the Kirkland 2035 Learning Center webpage (under “Neighborhood Plan Sessions”)....

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...

Environmental and Adventure School Kids Transform 8K sq ft in Juanita Heights Park

Monday and Tuesday, June 9 and 10, the Environmental & Adventure School kids spent 5 hours in Juanita Heights Park on a community service project. They were removing blackberries and ivy. The kids were in the park this past March working on removing invasives. At that time they learned how to construct...

Attend the Neighborhood Plan Workshop Tuesday, June 10 at 6pm

This is a last-minute reminder that the City of Kirkland will hold another set of workshops tomorrow night on neighborhood plans for the Finn Hill, Juanita, and Evergreen Hill (Kingsgate). The workshops will be held at the Latter Day Saints Church at 7910 NE 132nd – right here on Finn Hill, at the corner of...

May 28th at 7 PM: “First Families of Juanita” History Project Event

FHNA History Project & Kirkland Heritage Society Present: Christina Brugman’s “First Families of Juanita” When: Wednesday, May 28th at 7PM Where: Heritage Hall in downtown Kirkland, 203 Market St., Kirkland, WA 98033 Christina has prepared a power point presentation of her “First Families” collection of...

Neighborhood Traffic Safety Grant Applications Submitted!

The Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance (FHNA) submitted four neighborhood safety project applications to the City of Kirkland on May 8th to improve several important crossings. The grant applications are part of a new program the Kirkland City Council authorized in February 2014 and is called the Pilot...

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