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People and Bicyle Safety: Share Your Ideas by April 17

Dear Finn Hill friends and neighbors: Do you have an idea for a project that would improve pedestrian or bicycle safety on Finn Hill? The City of Kirkland is looking for suggestions, and it has already set aside money for your great idea. The Kirkland City Council has designated $150,000 for safety...

Neighborhood Safety Program Request for Project Proposals

The City Council is pleased to announce a pilot program to address neighborhood pedestrian and bicycle safety needs.  The Pilot Neighborhood Safety Program will be focused on the new neighborhoods (Finn Hill, Juanita Neighborhoods, and Evergreen Hill/Kingsgate) in 2014.  If successful, the Program will be...

Thoreau & Sandburg Curb & Crosswalk

FHNA representatives are meeting with City public works staff to discuss options for improving the walkway along 84th Avenue NE. This is an important school walk route for Thoreau and Sandburg Elementary schools, along with Finn Hill …Middle School. The existing curbing and crosswalk striping is...

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...

Neighborhood Safety Program

We need your ideas on traffic safety projects we should consider implementing that are under $50,000. Kirkland recently approved the creation of a Neighborhood Safety Program and is soliciting applications from neighborhood associations on …how to spend $150K this summer. There is still time to send...

Meetings on Issues Feb 12-19: Metro’s Future, Neighborhood Plan Mtg, Kirkland Commission Vacancies, Holmes Point Overlay, Finn Hill Survey

Dear Finn Hill neighbors and friends: Here are some quick notes about relevant meetings and deadlines coming up during the next week: Feb 12 –Discuss Metro’s future with King County Council Members Jane Hague and Rod Dembowski: You should have received a postcard about this meeting, on  Wednesday, February...

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