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Neighborhood Safety Project Ideas Needed!

The Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance (FHNA) is requesting input and assistance in selecting project ideas to submit as part of the 2015 Kirkland Neighborhood Safety Program. Last year FHNA was successful in funding 3 of the 4 projects that were submitted, including crosswalks on 90th Avenue NE, walkway...

Art is Everywhere!

Fall is here, and as I walk my dog through the trails of Big Finn Park I see an abundance of natural beauty that inspires the artist in me. The colors seem to be more intense than I remember. The leaves on the trees are brilliant against the sky, and the leaves on the ground fall in layers of color that are...

400+ Plants Take Root in Juanita Heights Park, Come Help!

3 Workparties will take place in October in Juanita Heights Park.  Put your gloves on, bring your shovel and come help! On Saturday October 18, 10:00 AM to 2:00 EarthCorps will be in the park leading the planting of over 300 trees, shrubs and ground cover in the clearing west of the entry steps.  Two...

BIG SUCCESS…Thank You Volunteers for planting the Juanita Woodlands Deer Meadow

A huge thank you to the 50 volunteers that worked in Juanita Woodlands to create a deer meadow on Saturday, September 27. Currently the deer frequent a grassy area that is slated for development. This will ensure they have a place to go and keep them off Juanita Drive and out of your yard. The volunteers...

Map Your Neighborhood Workshop on Oct 9

Map Your Neighborhood is a foundational component of emergency preparedness.  In that Golden Hour after a disaster it will mean the difference between life and death and  having a home or a pile of cinders.  Please join us on Thursday, October 9 from 7-9 PM at Fire Station 22 (6602 108th Ave NE) to learn...

Sept 13 Work Party in Big Finn Hill Park

Support sustainable, environmentally sensible trails in Big Finn Hill Park and volunteer!   Join us Sept 13 ( 9 am to 1 pm)  to address two trails that go through several inches of standing water in the wet season:  one will be rerouted slightly onto higher ground  and the second will have the “Rock...

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