Twin Springs Park is located on the east side of 80th Avenue Northeast between Northeast 192nd Street and Northeast 195th Street. Courtesy of the City of Kenmore

City of Kenmore seeks input on improvements to new park

  • Friday, September 8, 2017 10:48am
  • Life

At an open house Sept. 12, the City of Kenmore is inviting the public to provide their input for interim improvements to be made to a new park.

The park, called Twin Springs Park, is a 25-acre open space, which the city acquired from King County in 2016 to be used for a park and as an open space site. It is located on the east side of 80th Avenue Northeast between Northeast 192nd Street and Northeast 195th Street.

The open house is set for 6:30-8 p.m. at Kenmore City Hall, located at 18120 68th Ave. NE. There will be a short presentation about the park at 7 p.m.

“Twin Springs Park is an ecologically rich site with wetlands, steep slopes, and existing forest,” according to a city press release. “Based on these site characteristics and associated regulations, the park will serve as a neighborhood park, predominately remaining in an undeveloped natural state. The park includes is a narrow band of land between the wetlands and forested hillside that could be developed to contain picnic areas, basketball courts, a play area, etc.”

For more information about the park, or to fill out a survey to share your opinions, visit

More in Life

Woodinville Montessori High School announces first national merit scholarship finalist

Anisha Chutani, a senior at Woodinville Montessori High School, has been named… Continue reading

Historian, UW professor emeritus to give talk on early history of black people in King County

UW professor emeritus and historian Quintard Taylor will be giving a talk… Continue reading

Hispanic Arte & Culture Exhibit opens March 2 at Kenmore City Hall

The juried competition attracted artists of Hispanic/Latino heritage from the greater Seattle area to exhibit in a cultural context.

UW Bothell seminar aims to help students cope with climate change concerns

The class is a different environmental class to help people who find the thought of climate change “depressing.”

Kenmore resident added to President’s List at Clemson University

Benjamin Fox Synoground of Kenmore has been added to the President’s List… Continue reading

Bothell resident added to Clemson University’s Dean’s List

Hunter R. Ford of Bothell has been added to the Dean’s List… Continue reading

Hispanic arts, culture exhibit opens March 2

The Arts of Kenmore Gallery invites the public to the opening reception… Continue reading

Eastside Audubon Society to host gardening class

Eastside Audubon Society will be offering a lecture with slides and bird… Continue reading

Science on Wheels stops by Arrowhead Elementary

The Pacific Science Center’s Science on Wheels program visited Arrowhead Elementary School… Continue reading

Most Read