The Mercer Island Arts Council invites amateurs and professional designers alike to join in on the fun and action of … Continue Reading The Mercer Island Arts Council Calls All Artists for a Street Banner Design Competition
The Pacific Northwest is brimmed with awaiting adventures and the City of Kirkland is no exception. A city nestled between the shores of Lake Washington and the Interstate 405 corridor. Though considered a relatively small city, the area is big on community and that urban, small-town feel many local areas also strive towards.
Although its population increased so drastically, Burien remains a small-town at heart and Olde Burien is a testament to that. As a reference, “Olde” Burien is the area surrounding SW 152nd Street and runs through downtown, where unique shops and eateries reflect the “eclectic mix of interests” of the locals. Like many areas, Burien has a bunch of restaurants to choose from, each with their own distinct flavor palette.
Come one! Come all! Windermere Mercer Island is having their annual RECYLNG EVENT at our on-island office, located on 77th avenue near New Seasons.
These top 5 most beautiful views are great for family-outings, adventures with friends, or individual escapades.
The Mercer Island School District has long been known for its high emphasis on academics and extra-curriculars, and 2017-2018 reports show Mercer Island reigning over other Washington School Districts. Noted as a “friendly environment,” the district (MISD) strives to foster children and young adults by converting information into knowledge.
Surrounded by Puyallup to the west, Auburn to the north and Bonney Lake to the East, Sumner is a small community nestled in the valley.
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.
Sometimes Spring means an influx in local animal shelters, which can strain capacities and resources to their extent. If you’re looking for a new furry best friend, these are great places to start in terms of adoption. Today, we’re sharing some of our favorite local resources for volunteering, animal fostering and adoption!
A New Interlocal Agreement Around King County Will Help Mercer Island Fire Department Response Quicker to Fires
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!
In a February 20th City Council meeting, City of Mercer Island Mayor Debbie Bertlin offered Proclamation No. 215, which stated that, to raise awareness and urge all citizens to support and encourage the resurgence of local forestry efforts; and emphasizing urban forests not only for the beauty they offer, but the benefits they provide to our residents, communities, and region.
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.