Northwest NEWS

May 29, 2000

Local News

Briefs

City announces road closure June 4-8 for enhancement project

   WOODINVILLE--The City of Woodinville has announced that State Rte. 202 at the railroad trestle between NE 175th St. and NE 177th Pl. will be closed June 4-June 8 from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. The road will be closed to enable crews to prepare the trestle for a gateway enhancement project. Artwork by area grade school students will be displayed on the wings of the trestle. For information, call Joe Seet at 489-2700, ext. 251.

City looking for vendors for its annual Fourth of July Fireworks event

   The City of Woodinville is looking for vendors for the annual Woodinville Fourth of July Fireworks event. Vendor packets will be distributed through June 2 at 5 p.m. and are due back by June 5 by 5 p.m. The Fourth of July event is held at JB Instant Lawn, located south of downtown Woodinville on State Rte. 202 (NE 145th St.). Gates open at 6 p.m.; vending hours are from 6 to 10 p.m. For additional information or to receive a vendor packet, call Brenda Eriksen at 489-2700, ext. 296.

Cottage Lake Pool open

   The King County Park System opened its Cottage Lake swimming pool on May 27. The pool will remain open through Labor Day. Admission to the pool is $1.60 for public and family swims, and $2.50 for adult swims ($1.60 for senior citizens). Three-month pool passes are available for individuals and families and start at $48 for youth and seniors. The fee for swimming lessons depends on the type and size of the class. Activities at the pool include public swims, water exercises, family swims, adult swims, and swimming lessons. It can also be rented for special occasions. Call (206) 296-2999 for information on schedules and rentals. The pool is located east of Woodinville at 18831 NE Woodinville-Duvall Rd.