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Meeting Wednesday October 25 on Fire Station – Juanita Drive – 100th Ave Corridor

Wednesday, October 25 Presentations on Fire Station plans for Finn Hill, and updates on Juanita Drive and 100th Ave Corridor projects: 7-8:30pm at Finn Hill Middle School, 8040 NE 132nd Street, Finn Hill, Kirkland.  City representatives will report on plans to renovate Fire Station 25 (Holmes Point Drive...

Ask the City Council to fund vital Finn Hill park and traffic projects – Please act by Tuesday, July 21

Dear Finn Hill neighbors and friends: Kirkland’s City Council will discuss the city’s preliminary 2015-2020 Capital Improvements Plan at a study session in City Hall on Tuesday evening, July 21. The Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance board of directors has just sent comments on the plan to council members...

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...

April 26 Community Future Day @ City Hall

If you’re interested in an update on the Kirkland 2035 long range plans, you may want to attend the Community Future Day event on Saturday, April 26, at City Hall, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. You will learn the latest about several of the Kirkland 2035 long range plans including the Cross Kirkland Corridor...

Kirkland Reporter Article Update on ‘Making Juanita Drive Safer’

Excerpt from Kirkland Reporter’s update on Making Juanita Drive Safer: “After several months of conducting the Juanita Drive Corridor study, city officials, neighborhood leaders and members of the Kirkland community are working to outline key project recommendations designed to help make the...

Finn Hill Meeting Monday October 7, 2013

Dear Finn Hill neighbors and friends: Summer ended last Saturday, as Mother Nature visibly flipped the switch from sun to clouds, wind, and rain. But that doesn’t mean we have to crawl into our dens and hibernate. Far from it. Here’s a short list of things to do in the coming weeks: Juanita Woodlands –...

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