Juanita Bay Park Restoration Saturday April 23

Join volunteers at Juanita Bay Park to celebrate our wondrous planet.  EarthCorps crews and Native Plant Stewards will be leading activities to remove invasive plant species.

Date: Saturday April 23 Time: 9 a.m. until Noon


Place: Juanita Bay Park (2201 Market St., Kirkland).  Directions are given below or on the right. Please arrive early to find street parking and allow time for sign-in. The event is popular and parking spaces at the park will fill up fast.


Snacks donated by Village Mart, 12116 Juanita Drive

Coffee donated by Juanita Village Starbucks

Photographer: Kris Rooke


Suitable for: Adults, Teens, and Families. Minors under the age of 14 years must be accompanied by an adult. Youth 14 to 17 years should be accompanied by an adult, or bring a signed waiver form, or a parent/guardian to sign you in. Youth waiver forms can be obtained in advance from the City or EarthCorps websites.


Tools: EarthCorps and Kirkland Parks will provide tools and equipment.

Sign up: Please sign up at the EarthCorps website. Advance sign up is important for planning purposes; however, volunteers who show up on the day are also welcome. Please contact Chris LaPointe if you have questions about the event,chris@earthcorps.org.

What to Bring

  • Sturdy shoes or boots
  • Work gloves
  • Water bottle
  • Layers of comfortable clothing
  • Rain gear (if needed)
Please consider walking, bicycling, carpooling, or taking the bus

Driving Directions

Juanita Bay Park (2201 Market St., Kirkland 98033):

From I-405 South, take the NE 124th Street exit (exit 20) and turn right onto NE 124th Street.

Turn left onto 100th Avenue NE which becomes 98th Avenue NE which becomes Market Street.

End opposite the Fire Station at 2201 Market Street.

From I-405 North, take the NE 116th Street exit (exit 20A) and turn left onto NE 116th Street.

Turn left onto 98th Avenue NE which becomes Market Street.

End opposite the Fire Station at 2201 Market Street.

Continuing the Green Kirkland Partnership is made possible through a grant from King Conservation District.

Visit www.supportgreenkirkland.org.