Our mailing address is:

High Woodlands Homeowner's Association
P.O. Box 772
Kirkland, WA 98083-0772

Next Board Meeting:

The next meeting will be Monday, March 2nd at 7:30PM, at Robert Frost Elementary School Library.

Board Meeting Dates

Mark your calendars! Board Meetings are generally held the first Monday of the month at 7:30 PM. Most Board meetings are held at Robert Frost Elementary School Library unless otherwise noted. All homeowners are welcome and encouraged to attend.

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New Employee Application

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Playground Update

Phase I has been successfully completed with the expanded foot print, new swing set and additional certified safety bark. This was undertaken to bring this area up to current safety standards as well as provide room for more play structures to accommodate the growing demand in our community by the many new families with school age children who are selecting to relocate to this area.

Phase II is now underway and will include a new combination play structure. This will be added to the open area just east of the new swing set. It is named “Holiday Hill” and is designed for 2 – 5 year olds. The current installation date, weather permitting, is November 22. We will keep you updated if there are any schedule changes. For now be sure and check out the park that weekend and be prepared to enjoy it.

One remaining upgrade to this area is to replace 34 existing border timbers with newer upgraded versions to match those installed in the expansion portion. They have been ordered and should arrive soon. Let us know if you are interested in assisting us with this.

Phase III involves the one remaining open area that we are hoping to add additional equipment to next year and complete this popular project. If you have any ideas or suggestions on use of this area, contact the playground committee via Allison Griesel at allisongriesel@yahoo.com or email Board member Ken Vogt.

Suspicious Activity

Our park, ravine, and wooded areas can occasionally draw individuals intent on illegal activity, particularly at night. The Association has a signed Criminal Trespass Order on file with the Kirkland Police that allows them to arrest individuals not authorized to be on our common property. If you observe something out of the ordinary, please call 911 (or non-emergency 425-577-5656). We appreciate your help.

Speeding

We once again remind you that our streets have a 25mph limit. Please be mindful especially of children who are unpredictable. Some homeowners have been contacting the Kirkland Police asking for more enforcement. If you are concerned, please contact the police through their non-emergency number (425-577-5656). Or email them at: police@kirklandwa.gov

Parking on Street is Limited to 24 Hours

Please be aware that according to the Kirkland Municipal Code, a vehicle (including a boat, car, and RV) can park no longer than 24 hours on a residential street. We now and then get complaints about this. To report a violation, call the Kirkland Police Department at (425) 587-3400 (non-emergency line) or submit an online Complaint Investigation Request at: City of Kirkland Code Enforcement

From our experience, the police do issue tickets which can be pricey. Please make alternate parking arrangements if you need to keep a vehicle long term at your residence.

Tennis Courts

They have been completely refurbished! The new surface makes for a very enjoyable game. Please come use it soon. We do ask that you and your children refrain from riding bikes on the court.

Reminder — No Outdoor Burning

Outdoor burning is not allowed at any time in the City of Kirkland. This includes yard waste, garbage, construction debris, trash, etc. The City does not restrict the use of barbecue grills or fire pits. This ban is effective at all times, not just during air quality alerts when the air is stagnant.

Hospitality Team

Are you passionate or interested in giving a friendly welcome to new neighbors in High Woodlands? Would you like to volunteer a small amount of your time for a high impact to making your neighborhood being an even more pleasant place? Please consider joining our Hospitality Team whose main role is to welcome new homeowners to our community. Contact Dulcy at dulcylinnea@gmail.com to help out!

High Woodlands is 50 Years Old!

2016 marks High Woodlands' 50th birthday! One of our neighbors, Dulcy, had the opportunity to hear memories and stories from an original homeowner. Her story is here. Please enjoy.

Local Crime Information

It's extremely important to call the police if you see anything out of the ordinary. Be aware of people knocking on doors claiming to be lost or acting unusual. The Kirkland Police have recently made available crime mapping data where you can go online to see recent crimes in the neighborhood. Go to CrimeMapping.com, click on Washington State, then select Kirkland Police. This online tool allows you to be more aware of what type of crimes are occurring in the area. You can also customize your search by date, area, and crime type.

City of Kirkland E-Mail Alerts

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http://www.kirklandwa.gov/ebulletins.htm.

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