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City Manager Brandon Buchanan share information about the Civic Campus project with residents.


Welcome to Engage Woodinville, the City of Woodinville's new online community engagement platform.

The purpose of this platform is to share information about what the City is working on and solicit input from members of the community.

You can make your voice heard on this platform by participating in surveys and forum discussions, by sharing an idea or story, and much more!




Welcome to Engage Woodinville, the City of Woodinville's new online community engagement platform.

The purpose of this platform is to share information about what the City is working on and solicit input from members of the community.

You can make your voice heard on this platform by participating in surveys and forum discussions, by sharing an idea or story, and much more!



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Community Recreation - Request for Pickleball courts in Woodinville
Pickleball is one of the most popular sports in America and is now the official sport of Washington. The reason it is so popular is it’s an easy to learn, fun sport, for all ages and skill levels. Currently, there are no public, pickleball courts in Woodinville.
Please consider adding some public Pickleball courts in Woodinville. Some suggestions on where to locate them are: Woodin Creek Park (convert existing infrequently used tennis court to two pickleball courts), Rotary Community Park, and Cottage Lake Park.
The Redmond Senior Center Pickleball courts are a good example of how popular and frequently used public Pickleball courts can be. The city of Redmond should be able to provide cost and project estimates for installing new Pickleball courts.

dnorman 11 days ago

When signing up for the "Engage Woodinville" I was dismayed to find that you exclude the other citizens of Woodinville. Are we not important to you? I do not appreciate having to mark "other". I am a citizen of Woodinville-unincorporated, since 1999! You should add that to the list of choices.

Anne Cochez-Lind 3 months ago

There is a major issue with the poor design of the Schoolhouse District development. Namely: PARKING. or better said: lack of parking spaces.
It is my understanding that there are parking garages for residents, business owners, employees as well as for visitors. In addition, there is streetside parking, or so I thought.
Someone on the Woodinville Facebook Page says that the streetside parking is NOT public at all. Can you confirm or deny this? It seems too ridiculous to be true. Why would a city allow streetside parking to be private?
Can the employees of city hall responsible for approving this disastrous parking scenario explain why they thought it was beneficial to the new and existing community, bordering that development, to approve such an inadequate parking plan?
Every week, I frequent the older businesses on the corner of NE173th and 135th. They have a parking lot in front for about 20 cars, intended for the many businesses in that building. Currently it is a nightmare to park there! The property manager has decided to take 50% of those spaces-(along the street border) and give them to who knows who. They say "reserved" on them. I asked the businesses there about who gets to park there. They say, "It is all for the new development people- contractors, employees, the manager herself, visitors, and slots for restaurant pick ups" This is not OK! It impacts the older businesses negatively. It impacted me the other day, as I could not park there for my appointment.
That parking lot was approved way back when, with the building of the old business mall. That is what it was permitted for. It was NOT permitted for 10 -12 spaces!
The Schoolhouse development was to provide adequate parking for its residents, businesses, employees and visitors. Well, that has clearly NOT happened. Because, those people are parking in the adjacent business lots, thus negatively impacting other businesses, and their customers, (like myself)
Explain to me, how a person with a foot injury is to make it to Dr.Moore's office, when no parking slots are open, and the only two designated slots in front of his door are taken up by people who are not his patients?
The City of Woodinville has created this problem. I would like you to fix this issue immediately. You must hold the owner of the property accountable. They need to adhere to the rules under which the permits were issued. In addition, I would like you to revise the permits issued for the remaining part of that development. It must include adequate parking space and adequate streetside parking. Currently you are failing your citizens, businesses and visitors.

Anne Cochez-Lind 3 months ago

Road work started this morning on NE 205th St, heading East toward 58th Ave SE. There was no posted signage previously to the work starting. They are tearing up the road to pave it looks like. I was on my way to work and I was directed to turn left onto 205th. There were no detour signs and I'm not too familiar with these backroads in Woodinville so I ended up going all the way out to 228th just to get to work across from the the recycling plant. I could have headed to work via a different direction if there had been a notice posted about the road closure. Please take this into consideration for future projects.

CrazySalsa about 1 year ago

Road construction - Is there a plan to fix the traffic problem freeway off/on ramps and bridge intersections at the SR 202 exit?
Navigation going north to south and vice versa, through all of the closely placed traffic lights can take such a long time, particularly when Home Depot has busy days. And now that development is taking place in downtown, including hundreds of new apartments, I can imagine a nightmare scenario

JC about 1 year ago
Page last updated: 07 Jun 2020, 06:31 PM