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Car Prowls

Spotted a few of these posters on 164th, just north of NE 8th. This kind of crime is way more common than you think around us. Have a browse of the Bellevue PD’s Crime Map (link on the left) to see just how common. Be vigilant and don’t hesitate to call 911 if you see...

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Neighborhood Meeting Recap

We had a great turnout for last week’s Lake Hills Neighborhood meeting. Highlights included Oscar of Cosmos Development (pictured) enlightening us with an update on the Lake Hills shopping center. Read Brandon Macz’ comprehensive Bellevue Reporter article on exciting things to come, down by the library. Also at last week’s meeting, Lake Hills’ own planning commissioner,...

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Seminar on neighborhood crime prevention and emer...

This free class taking place at Lake Hills Library on Wednesday, May 19, 7-9 p.m. will feature talks from Emergency Management staff and Crime Prevention police officers about getting prepared for disasters and protecting your house from crime. Attendees will also learn from Bellevue Citizen Corps Council representatives how you can combine these two concepts...

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Neighborhood Meeting Scheduled for April 23rd

Make a date in your calendar. The LHNA is having our spring meeting on APRIL 23RD, between 7 and 8-30 at the exciting venue of the new Lake Hills Shopping Center. The tentative agenda includes a talk on the history and new layout of the center, the election of officers for the upcoming year (President,...

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Puget Sound Energy Project

At City Hall on November 20th – 7pm, Puget Sound Energy are holding a public hearing on the new transmission lines that will stretch between the Lake Hills and Phantom Lake substations. If approved, this new line will be installed along NE 8th St and 148th Av, with future plans to also run down SE16th...

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Lake Hills Village

Construction continues to move along at the new Lake Hills Village development. For those who don’t know what to expect, the mixed-use complex will include retail, office and residential space, with underground and surface parking, a central pedestrian plaza with a bell tower, and a gateway terrace with a covered arcade. The residential units include...

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East Bellevue Bulletin

We’d like to give a big shout out for Lake Hills resident Tracy Brown, who has just launched the East Bellevue Bulletin, a blog and facebook site giving updates on everything that’s happening east of the 405. According to Tracy, the Bulletin aims to: Report on news & events affecting all of the East Bellevue neighborhoods that feed...

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PSE Pavement Overlay

Next weekend, crews will start grinding and repaving 148th Avenue Southeast, along Lake Hills Boulevard, and along several side streets. This pavement replacement work is the last step in the recent Puget Sound Energy gas main replacements. Lanes will be closed on 148th Avenue Southeast, from Southeast 16th Street to Lake Hills Boulevard and along...

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Great Picnic!

The picnic was terrific! Thanks so much to everyone who came to Evergreen Park on Saturday. We must have had a couple hundred people through over the 4 hours, and everyone seemed to really enjoy it. And thanks so much to all our sponsors. We couldn’t have done it without you. Financial support from: Bashey,...

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WALH Updates

Firstly, The Lake Hills Neighborhood Association picnic is almost here: Hope to see you at Evergreen Park between 11 and 3. Hot dogs will be served – bring a salad or dessert if desired, along with a non-perishable item for Hopelink. An Update on the 7/9 Planning Commission meeting: The Commission was pleased with the...

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