The City Council approved a new Interlocal Agreement, which promotes “seamless emergency response among the fire departments throughout King County.”
If you haven’t already noticed, construction for the East Link Light Rail is underway, as of April 2nd. They’ll be working up to street-level along the 77th Avenue Southeast overpass, as part of the station plaza construction – and we can’t wait to see it take shape!
In a continued partnership, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and the City of Mercer Island are coordinating another drug “take-back” day on Saturday, April 28th, 2018 from 10:00am to 2:00pm.
Known for its unending beauty and majesty, the Pacific Northwest offers dozens of colorful and vivacious plants that are both full of life and excitement. But sometimes choosing the best ones can be a difficult decision… This week we’re sharing some of our favorite flowery foliage!
Don’t we all have ideas of starting a fabulous garden, whether ornate in flowers or a practical vegetable garden? Growing your own garden of vegetables is fun, rewarding, and stress-releasing – and it can help make your shopping cheaper and easier; but it doesn’t come from a short supply of continued learning.
After the massive and overwhelmingly positive response from Island Crest Park’s facelift, the City of Mercer Island was eager to start their next project at the South Mercer Fields, specifically the New South Mercer Playground.
Since its inception, Seattle has been a hub for sea-travelers for centuries. And in the bustling Pacific Northwest, there are endless places to explore using our ferry system!
In March, the City of Mercer Island unanimously voted to launch a pilot ridesharing program to help Island commuters to travel from home to their off-island jobs. By partnering with established rideshare providers, Lyft and Uber, the City of Mercer Island hopes to relieve some of the traffic Islanders have experienced since the Light Rail project began.
On Tuesday, April 3rd the Mercer Island Community and Event Center will hold a Parenting Workshop focusing on Teen Anxiety.
Windermere Living is a fabulous magazine that highlights the best the West Coast has to offer, including breathtaking residences, hot Spring getaways, scrumpous eateries, and other highly-desirable West Coast destinations. Learn about the West Coast’s best places to vacation, eat, play, and live inside the pages of Spring Edition of Windermere Living.
Baseball season is right ahead of us, as we near the end of Spring Training.
Unlike many like eateries, gastropubs don’t serve just any adult beverage or simple and basic cold dishes. These places maximize each component to create something truly original, and this compiled list showcases our favorites around the Seattle area.
In their latest newsletter, they’ve announced a series for forthcoming surveys to help the city gather information about travel preferences and public willingness to use alternative modes of transportation.
It’s March, which also means it’s National Reading Month and time to celebrate reading with your friends and family! All you have to do is choose which day or days in March you will do a reading activity with your family or friends.
With the tradition beginning in 2008, the Annual Leap for Green Family Sustainability Fair strives to enrich communal knowledge and understanding of environmental practices through activities for kids and adults.
Online registration opened Monday, March 19th for Summer Camps and Spring & Summer Courses.