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New city geological maps – is your property at risk?

KIRKLAND, Wash. – Understanding where landslide and earthquake hazards exist is the first step in protecting property from damage. The City will soon post online updated, technically enhanced maps that show more precisely where these risks could occur. Residents and businesses are invited to a presentation...

Finn Hill Neighborhood Plan Page on City Website

The Finn Hill Neighborhood Plan process is underway. The City of Kirkland has set up a Finn Hill page on their website. The page has a wealth of information specifically about Finn Hill’s planning process. You will find links to all Finn Hill development projects including: Projects of Interest A list...

Trail Guides: Time to Head to the Trails

O.O. Denny Park Trail Guide Do you have a copy of the newest Finn Hill Trail Guide? With spring in the air, now is the time to get it! Last May, a new trail guide showing the trails, trailheads, and points of interest within O.O. Denny Park, MacDonald Memorial Preserve, and a portion of Big Finn Hill Park...

Big Finn Hill Park Trail Maps

The Big Finn Hill Park Trails plan rolled out to the public in  June 2013 was the culmination of a year of meetings by a group of diverse park users. The plan was signed by King County Park director Kevin Brown in March of 2014. A group called “Friends of Big Finn Hill trails” with...

Future of Big Finn Hill Park Trails

If you walk or bike through Big Finn Hill Park you need to come to Wednesday’s meeting, March 12, 2014. Over the past 18 months, King County has worked with Park users to craft a plan for trails that will accommodate the needs of everyone. There was a lot of spirited debate over that plan, but a compromise...

Tracking Forest Changes on Finn Hill

Find out the tree cover loss and gain on Finn Hill.  A free, online system by Global Forest Watch reveals what is happening to forests everywhere. By entering in the Finn Hill zip code you are able to use a tool to see our forest changes and determine tree cover loss and gain by time period. Tree cover loss...

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