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Earth Day is Coming!

Celebration Sunday April 24, 2022, 1-3pm

Lake Hills Library
15590 Lake Hills Blvd
Bellevue, WA 98007
United States

  • The Lake Hills Neighborhood Association Annual Earth Day Celebration is focused on what we can do to make our planet better for us all. This year better energy use is a leading theme with practical solutions to reduce our carbon footprint – affordably and sustainably. We can’t showcase everything, but we will have samples of a wide range:

    Electric cars by their owners. Ask that question that’s burning away inside, like what about snow?
  • Electric motorcycle and electric assist tandem. What, a TANDEM?
  • Home heat pumps. Yes they work for heating AND cooling!
  • 300 Trees! Rumor is they will be bringing saplings to plant.
  • Trees for livability
  • Yes! East King County PUD
  • Kids, plant your own garden! Starter kits for kids.
  • Gardening tips 
    King County Library. They usually give books to kids and find out from the librarian how to find real information
  • Samena Swim Club. Did you know they have treadmills that power the electric grid?
  • LHNA Park Walks. Yes, park walks return!!!
  • And more. Keep watching this space!

Safe Bellevue!

This month we will have some VERY interesting speakers. In no particular order, we will have: 

Bellevue Police Chief Wendell Shirley

Carl Lunak for Emergency Management

A surprise speaker to discuss 911 and how to effectively call in an emergency

March meeting info:
Date:  March 24, 2022  Thursday
Time: 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Place:  Your computer on Zoom
Link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4254665345


It’s STILL Survey Time

Our park walks last year were quite popular – well, some of them. As this is YOUR association it would help to know what you like – where do you want to go, when, and how far? Please take a few minutes to answer the survey below so we can better serve you.

Park Walk Survey



A bit of history in a Park

When: March 20, 10 AM

Where: Rattlesnake Lake, just South of North Bend. Meet at the parking lot

What: A nice flat walk of about 2 miles along Rattlesnake lake. Read about the unintended consequences of building a dam for Seattle that drowned a town. If we’re lucky we can get a tour of the old infrastructure from Washington’s first conversion to a metropolitan power district, over high prices and poor service. Just stay on the trails, no bushwhacking! This little gem, the site of the town of Cedar Falls is the endpoint of the Cedar river watershed, water source for over a million people. Rain will NOT cancel, just bring a hat, a good coat and an umbrella.