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Kirkland’s Juanita Bay Park: Then and now

Juanita Bay Park is one of the largest and most loved passive parks in Kirkland. Not only do Kirklanders enjoy it, but people from around the region visit it because of the lovely setting and because of the abundant and varied wildlife.

 

Kirkland’s Juanita Bay Park: Then and now | Our Parks

Juanita Bay Park is one of the largest and most loved passive parks in Kirkland. Not only do Kirklanders enjoy it, but people from around the region visit it because of the lovely setting and because of the abundant and varied wildlife.

 

Kirkland Utility Prop One: Saving our quality of life

Cities across Washington State are being devastated by the economic downturn – Kirkland is no exception. The city has worked hard to provide key services… Continue reading

 

Preserving Juanita Bay, the gem of Kirkland’s wildlife habitats

Juanita Bay Park is a gem, I declare. It is one of King County’s most diverse and complete wetlands.

Earth Day event shows neighborhoods how to take the lead

It was uplifting to see the many people who came to Kirkland’s Earth Day (with goats) event. When I left my house in Juanita to walk to Cotton Hill Park in the Highlands, I stepped over some small snow patches in my yard and looked at the dark gray clouds hovering above, wondering if people would attend the carefully-planned event. When I arrived, a few minutes late, there were already over 100 people anxious to start work. Later I was told the final number was close to 150.