About the Lakeview Neighborhood
Located along the eastern shores of Lake Washington, the Lakeview Neighborhood has a special, waterfront town charm. Lakeview residents value the visual and physical connection to Lake Washington. Wide, expansive views of the lake and the Olympic Mountains have been sustained through careful selection and placement of trees and vegetation, to avoid view obstruction of the lake from public streets and properties to the east. The neighborhood is a mix of single-family and multifamily residential areas, offices, neighborhood-oriented businesses with two commercial centers – Carillon Point and the Yarrow Bay Business District.
Neighborhood Association Information
Where We Are Located
The Lakeview neighborhood is bordered by the Cross Kirkland Corridor to the east, Lake Washington to the west, NE 68th Street to the north and the Kirkland city limit to the south.
Neighborhood Map (PDF-709 kb)
Who We Are
The Lakeview Neighborhood Association (LNA) is a non-profit association of neighbors who want to preserve and enhance the character of Lakeview. LNA takes its authority from by-laws which were drawn up by the original steering committee and adopted by the association.
What We Do
We educate ourselves and our neighbors about issues and opportunities affecting our neighborhood. We correspond with the City of Kirkland on issues affecting safety, transportation and growth in Lakeview.
How You Can Get Involved
LNA meets on the second Thursday of March, June, and September at 7:00 PM at the Lakeview Assisted Living facility (6505 Lakeview Dr). Everyone is welcome, whether you rent or own, are permanent or temporary residents of the neighborhood. Show up to share what's on your mind and a conversation with your neighbors.
Lakeview Neighborhood Association ChairJudy Beto