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Lake Hills and COVID-19; How Will Local Business Survive?

Hear from King County Councilperson Claudia Balducci and Bellevue City Council Person Janice Zahn on the COVID-19 crisis and government programs to help local businesses.  Then hear from several local restaurant owners and business owners on how the pandemic has affected their businesses, and what we neighbors can do that will help them survive.  After all, when we come out of this, we are all going to want to eat in restaurants and visit stores again.  Bring your questions and comments!

Time: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Date: December 10, 2020
Place: Your computer!
Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4254665345

 

10/15/2020 Lake Hills Judicial Candidate Forum

Zoom Link: 4254665345

Great news! Mark your calendars for October 15th at 7:00 pm. It’s our Judicial Candidate Forum! All 8 candidates are attending. We will hear from Superior and Supreme Court candidates! If you are like me, the judicial section of the ballot is the hardest one to fill out, so don’t miss this meeting! Get informed and get ready to vote in November. On Zoom!

Time: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Date: October 15th, 2020
Place: Your computer!
Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4254665345

Additional information on the judicial candidates attending the forum below:

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7th Annual Lake Hills Virtual Candidate Forum

Thursday, September 17th 7:00 pm – 8:30pm

Zoom Link: 4254665345

You won’t want to miss our 7th Annual Candidate Forum. Lake Hills is renowned for having the best forums in Bellevue! This year we will have the candidates for the State Legislature for the 41st and 48th districts. You’ll leave knowing who you plan to vote for. Bring your own questions, too! Let’s get all the information we can! And then VOTE!

Time: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Date: September 17th
Place: Your computer!
Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4254665345

Community Meeting 5/16: Service Organizations that Serve Our Neighborhood

Our community meeting on May 16 will be all about the organizations that serve the most vulnerable amongst us. Their representatives will give us insight into what they do, who they serve, how to get assistance, and how we can help support them as community members. Stay tuned for a complete list of attendees!

Community Suggestions for Lake Hills Levy Project

At a recent Lake Hills Neighborhood Association meeting, residents offered their ideas for how the Neighborhood Enhancement Project levy money should be used. The projects are totally resident driven. We all submit out ideas, and then the whole neighborhood gets to vote. The city reviews each idea for cost and reasonableness, and to be sure that it doesn’t duplicate something already in the works, and then distributes a list of the ideas and the prices. We can have one big project for $500,000, or several projects that add up to that amount. Some things that don’t get voted in might become projects anyway, if the city agrees they should be done.

Clubhouse for us

Off-leash area for dogs behind Samena

Bat houses on trail by SE 4th

Improve trail between Phantom Lake Elementary and Lake Hills Park

Better streetlights

Improve walkway by Walmart

Bike racks and drinking fountains at Weowna

Sensor street lighting on 156th between Main and Lake Hills Blvd.

Bigger trash cans on trails / Solar (?)

Turn signal from 156th onto Main

Lit crosswalk at 9th and 156th

Pathway lighting on path behind Samena

Lights for Spiritwood Park

Park restroom signage

Park restrooms open year round

 

 

 

2018 Trunk or Treat!

 

The Lake Hills Neighborhood Association is pleased to bring back Trunk or Treat on Saturday October 27, 5:00-7:00pm! Friends and neighbors are invited to decorate their car trunks for the kids and a little friendly competition (prizes for top trunks!), or just bring a smile and be a part of our wonderful community! There will be general parking in the above and below ground lots at Lake Hills Village, trunk participants will be assigned parking spots on arrival and be given a number for voting. We’re bringing back the games, music, and hot cocoa for a fun family gathering. Kids and parents are all invited to dress up! For questions or more info on setting up a trunk, email Liz at LakeHillsHalloween@outlook.com. We hope to see you there!

Date: October 27, 2018

Time: 5:00-7:00 pm

Place: Lake Hills Village, at Lake Hills Blvd and 156th Ave NE

2018 Candidate Forum

Don’t miss our 2018 Candidate Forum! Thursday, 9/13/18 at the Lake Hills Village, 2nd floor, across the courtyard from the library.