2021 Ardmore Park Walk

Sunday, June 27, 10 AM

distance about a mile – unless you get lost.
 
Technically this part is (I believe) in Redmond, but who really cares? It’s a nice bit of not quite wild. By the end of June trail and tree maintenance should be done. Meet at the Northern edge on NE 30th St next to the play area. There is one through trail but several that empty back out to streets, and I believe an informal trail that links the 2 parts of 172nd Ave. Keep a sharp eye on the bird life, you may spot the so rare as to be almost mythical painted owl. The trail is a bit rough, so take your sturdy shoes.

Time: 10am to finish
Date: June 22
Place: North edge on NE 30th st next to the play area

2021 Eastgate Park Walk

Corrections! The date is in error, sharp-eyed friends noticed that the 22nd is a Tuesday. The correct day is still Saturday, but the date is June 19th.  A more accurate place name is South Bellevue Community Center, I apologize for the errors. We will meet in the parking lot in front of the Community Center building, not the lower lot with tennis courts visible from the road.

Time: 10am to finish
CORRECTED Date: Saturday, June 19
Place: Meet at south side of the Community Center in the parking lot.
Distance? Maybe a mile, maybe 2.

Let’s cross I90 and visit South Bellevue. Take 148th/150th across the freeway and turn right on Newport Way. Look for the South Bellevue Community Center sign on the left at 145th St; take the driveway up to the parking lot and meet in front of the Community Center.

This is a relatively challenging walk – not for distance but it is on a hillside. Let’s take our time and enjoy it.

LHNA June 2021 Meeting:
Traffic in Lake Hills!

Bring your questions and concerns about Traffic in Lake Hills to our meeting on Thursday evening on Zoom.  Chris Long, Interim Assistant Director of Traffic Management and Chris Iverson, Senior Transportation Engineer, of the city’s Transportation Department will present updates on improvement projects planned for 156th Avenue SE, Lake Hills Blvd, and 148th Avenue SE, share details about the East Bellevue Demonstration Greenway and provide resources on how to stay informed and engaged. After the presentation our speakers will take questions and concerns from you.  Come prepared with your thoughts about traffic and safety in our neighborhood.  One question we know will come up: Do you want a stop light at Lake Hills Blvd and 156th?

We will also announce the winners of the Lake Hills Scavenger Hunt!

Date: Thursday, June 17, 2021

Time: 7:00 t0 8:30 pm

Place: Your computer!

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4254665345

 

View all Articles