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City facts

There are many reasons to call Bothell “home.” Charm, heritage, and innovation ensures this 100-year-old city is a place that we can live, work, and raise a family. With recreational opportunities, award-winning educational institutions, from kindergarten through college, and much more, the City of Bothell offers a rich community spirit that is unsurpassed. Bothell is a thriving riverfront community undergoing exciting changes downtown. Straddling King and Snohomish counties, Bothell offers great parks and recreation opportunities, quality schools, excellent restaurants and retail, and more. The City is also home to the University of Washington Bothell, ranked number one in the state for value and quality by Money Magazine. The population is about 42,000. Employment is about 25,000. Incorporation took place in 1909. The area is 13.66 square miles and the key industries are biotech and biomedical.


Kenmore is all about enjoying life – inside and outside. A 2016 Playful City USA, the city offers many cultural and outdoor activities. There are active arts and heritage organizations in Kenmore, including a 600 seat state of the art theater. For walking or hiking enthusiasts, the 316-acre St. Edward State Park has miles of trails. There is a public dock on Lake Washington for fishing and boat moorage and the BurkeGilman Trail is perfect for cycling. A 65-foot reflexology path and a local bowling alley are added interests.

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A Message From The Bothell City Manager A new city manager for a changing and developing Bothell community

Jennifer Phillips

I’m excited about becoming part of your vibrant city of Bothell, meeting you, and learning more about this community. While I begin in my official capacity on Jan. 17, 2017, I’m impressed with what I’ve learned about Bothell so far. The city has some notable economic development and open space preservation efforts underway. The City is led by a dedicated professional team of employees and a diverse and capable City Council. Your Council has outlined its vision, values and short-term goals, with an emphasis on financial sustainability, economic development and community. 2016 was a productive year for the

Bothell community. The City acquired the last of the North Creek Forest, only possible with help from the Friends of North Creek Forest and Help Our Woods. Downtown saw completion of the Horse Creek project, bringing the creek out of a culvert so fish can return. Council ended years of conflict over the Fitzgerald area properties, balancing environmental concerns with individual property rights. Community approval of the Safe Streets and Sidewalks levy will assure funding for nine years to make needed street maintenance and sidewalk improvements citywide. And the recent $4.7 million

Transportation Improvement Board grant—and our thanks to Governor Inslee for his support—secured the missing funds needed to begin the Main Street Enhancement project in 2017. 2017 promises to be another busy and industrious year. Public Works Streets crews are already mobilizing to make at least $4 million in streets and sidewalk improvements per year. The City will complete the Multiway Boulevard and begin the Main Street Enhancement project. Police, the Municipal Court and Fire/EMS will complete their long-range Strategic Operations Services studies. And Parks will update the Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces (PROS) plan addressing the need for Park lands in north Bothell, our partnership with the Northshore School District for joint use of fields and facilities, and purchase the last of the Wayne/ Sammamish Regional Park land. As your new city manager, I am truly excited to be coming to Bothell at a time of change, but also a time of tremendous opportunity to help build an even better Bothell in the years ahead. Jennifer Phillips is the new city manager for the City of Bothell.

Bothell City Council The city of Bothell is a council-city manager form of government. The City Council is responsible for appointing the city manager. Council meetings and study sessions are held at 6 p.m. on the first, second and third Tuesdays of each month at City Hall, 18415 101st Ave NE. For agendas, check the city website at www.bothellwa.gov or call (425) 806-6150. • Mayor Andy Rheaume, Pos. 2, term expires 12/19 - andy.rheaume@bothellwa.gov • Deputy Mayor Davina Duerr, Pos. 6, term expires 12/19 - davina.duerr@ bothellwa.gov • Joshua Freed, Pos. 1, term expires 12/17 - joshua.freed@bothellwa.gov • Del Spivey, Pos. 3, term expires 12/17 - del.spivey@bothellwa.gov • James McNeal, Pos. 4, term expires 12/17 - james.mcneal@bothellwa. gov • Tris Samberg, Pos. 5, term expires 12/17 - tris.samberg@bothellwa.gov • Tom Agnew, Pos. 7, term expires 12/17 - tom.agnew@bothellwa.gov The 2017 general election for positions 1, 3, 5 and 7 will take place Nov. 7. New council members will be sworn in January, 2018.






A Message From The Kenmore Mayor Walkways, waterways and more! New projects underway in Kenmore This is a fun and exciting time to be a part of Kenmore! We’ve experienced a tremendous amount of progress in 2016 with the completion of the State Route 522 improvements between 61st and 65th Avenues, downtown redevelopment projects, passage of the Walkways and Waterways Improvement ballot measure and more. We are continuing that momentum into 2017. With the passage of the city’s first-ever bond measure in November 2016, the Kenmore community will observe significant pedestrian and bicycle safety and waterfront park improvements during the next seven years, with some projects already on a fast track. The bond measure will help pay for new sidewalks and buffered

David Baker bike lanes on Juanita Drive and 68th Avenue NE and waterfront access improvements and natural space restoration at Log Boom, Rhododendron and Squire’s Landing parks. Thank you to all the Kenmore residents who participated in the city’s extensive community outreach initiative and playing a significant role in determining what projects to include on the ballot measure. Kenmore Village is making headway as a walkable place with a public square where people can meet their daily needs and see one another face-to-face. In 2017, the highly anticipated Town Square and Hangar building in the heart of

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downtown Kenmore will open to the community as a new year-round destination and “living room” space. In addition to likely housing a coffee shop tenant inside the Hangar building, we plan to activate the space with special events and programming that is reflective of the community desires. This summer join us for fun events, including a #WhyILoveKenmore Summer Party and Movies at The Square. In closing, I would like to encourage you to check out the City’s online community calendar at www.kenmorewa.gov/calendar. You can learn about upcoming meetings and events in the community. I’d also like to invite you to join me and other councilmembers at Coffee with Council. This is a great opportunity to ask questions, discuss issues and offer suggestions on any topic of interest. We host informal coffee chats typically on the first Monday and third Saturday of each month. Time and location details are listed online. Wishing you a prosperous and joyous 2017!

Kenmore City Council

David Baker is the mayor of Kenmore.

The 2017 general election for positions 2, 4 and 6 will take place Nov. 7. New council members will be sworn in January, 2018.

As the legislative branch of local government, the Kenmore City Council is empowered to enact ordinances and policies and adopt regulations on rates and fees for services provided to residents. The council selects the mayor and deputy mayor from within its ranks, both to two-year terms. The council typically meets for a regular meeting on the second, third and fourth Mondays of the month. The regular meetings are held in the Kenmore City Hall Council Chambers, 18120 68th Ave. NE in Kenmore, and begin at 7 p.m. • Mayor David Baker, Pos. 5, term expires on 12/19 - dbaker@ci.kenmore.wa.us • Deputy Mayor Allan VanNess, term expires on 12/17 - Pos. 6, avanness@ci.kenmore.wa.us • Brent Smith, Pos. 1, term expires on 12/19 - bsmith@ci.kenmore.wa.us • Laurie Sperry, term expires on 12/17 - Pos. 2, lsperry@ci.kenmore.wa.us • Milton Curtis, Pos. 3, term expires on 12/19 - mcurtis@ci.kenmore.wa.us • Nigel Herbig, Pos. 4, term expires on 12/17 - nherbig@ci.kenmore.wa.us • Stacey Denuski, Pos. 7, term expires on 12/19 - sdenuski@ci.kenmore.wa.us



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Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce Bothell Chamber represents more than 300 local businesses

businesses and employees affected by the downtown fire. As the official Bothell Visitor Center we greet, guide, and It’s an exciting time of progressive growth for Bothell and distribute local resource information to hundreds of people both Kenmore and as the official Chamber for both cities we locally and throughout the U.S. Our goal is to promote a vibrant proudly represent the interests of 300-plus businesses and community attractive to businesses, residents, and tourists. champion the prosperity and quality of life in our We excitedly move into 2017 continuing our strong dedication to communities. the prosperity of the greater Bothell and Kenmore area and are The Chamber actively hosts 60-plus events and meetings fully prepared to meet the opportunities that our rapidly growing throughout the year, including community and networking communities will deliver. events. In collaboration with local businesses and the cities, We’d love to meet you! Please visit our office and say hello, visit we host the Kenmore Business Alliance, Wine Walks in our website, connect with us on social media, and attend our Country Village and downtown Bothell, Bothell Beer Festival to learn ways we support your business, and to actively Brittany Caldwell events and more. engage in our community. Our strong collaborative relationships with Bothell and If you want to get connected, consider joining our membership! Kenmore city governments, the University of Washington The Chamber’s office is located at 23716 8th Ave. SE, Suite I, Bothell, Cascadia College, EvergreenHealth and other large Bothell, WA 98021 or visit us on the web at www.BothellChamber.com, employers support economic development and community relations. Facebook at www.fb.com/bothellchamber, or on Twitter at We also proudly support local charities, such as the Northshore Schools www.twitter.com/bothellchamber. Foundation and Hopelink, and partnered this past year with the Northshore Rotary Club to lead the creation of the Bothell Fire Fund to raise money for the Brittany Caldwell is the executive director of the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce.

The Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce evolved from a merchants association known as the Greater Bothell Association to meet the needs of a growing city. The Chamber is a non-profit, membership-based

organization uniting businesses, the community and government in an effort to promote regional economic prosperity. The Chamber also serves many businesses in Kenmore.

Mission Statement

To champion the prosperity of the greater Bothell area and quality of life for its community through collaborative leadership, business advocacy and memberdriven services.

Vision Statement

Dedicated to the prosperity of the greater Bothell area in a competitive world. For more information, visit www.bothellchamber.biz or call (425) 485-4353.

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Bothell Events

July 4

Oct. 31

• Bothell’s Patriot Dance • Pancake Breakfast • Bothell Fourth of July Childrens’ Parade • Bothell’s Fourth of July Parade

Trick or treating from 5-7 p.m. in downtown Bothell on Main Street. Go door-to-door to the local shops for treats and surprises.

Community Egg Hunt



Organized by the Northshore YMCA An easter egg hunting egg-stravaganza! Rain or shine!

Held at the North Creek Sportsfield No. 3 in Bothell from 6:30-8 p.m. on Fridays.


Bothell Freedom Festival

Music in the Park Concert Series

Safe Halloween

Christmas festival and tree lighting Noon to 3 p.m. on Main Street in downtown Bothell.


23718 Bothell Everett Hwy, Bothell. (425) 483-2250 Festival of lights, Cookies with Mrs. Claus, tree lighting and Santa’s arrival during December.

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18125 92nd Ave. NE Bothell. (425) 408-7988 or www.npacf.org 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., Feb. 11

Doktor Kaboom!

7:30 p.m., March 11

Creme Tangerine Kenmore Tree Lighting at city hall. A fun activity for the whole family. Reporter file photo

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Kenmore Events July-August

Kenmore Summer Concert Series

St. Edward State Park, features a variety of music, from pop to blues.

July 4

Fireworks Log Boom Park Watch the 20-minute firework show over Lake Washington. Free.


Haunted Trails

St. Edward State Park, presented by Bastyr University.


Christmas Tree Lighting Kenmore City Hall Enjoy the voices of local choirs while having your child’s photo taken with Santa Claus, making your favorite holiday arts and crafts project and enjoying cookies with a hot beverage. Check the city’s website at www.ci.bothell. wa.us for specific dates as the event nears.




Local parks Bothell


Bloomberg Hill Park, 2030 Hollyhills Drive Blyth Park, 16950 W. Riverside Drive Brackett’s Landing, 11101 NE 174th Brickyard Road Park, 16800 Brickyard

Linwood Park, Northeast 193rd Street and

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Cedar Grove Park, 22421 Ninth Ave. SE Centennial Park, 12th Avenue Southeast and 208th Street Southeast

Conifer View Park, 9055 NE 195th St. Conifer View IV Park, 19630 89th Pl. NE Doug Allen Sportsfields (formerly Westhill Sportsfields), 19417 88th Ave. NE

Lytle House at Bothell Landing, 9919 NE 180th St.

North Creek Sportsfields, 11800 North Creek Parkway S.

Park at Bothell Landing, 9919 NE 180th St. Red Brick Road Park, State Route 522 and 96th Avenue Northeast Royal Oaks Park, 20144 106th Ave. NE Sammamish River Park, 17995 102nd Ave. NE Stipek Park, 1800 242nd St. SE Triangle Park, Main Street and Bothell Way Northeast Volunteer Park, 97th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 182nd Street West Riverside Drive Trail, 16950 W. Riverside Drive William Penn Park, 19900 100th Ave. NE

55th Avenue Northeast. A local, passive park of approximately three acres. Log Boom Park, at Tracy Owen Station. A 16acre park located on Lake Washington. Squire’s Landing, .65 acre park created for shoreline access, located at 7353 NE 175th Street. Moorland Park, Northeast 84th Avenue and Northeast 155th Street. A local, passive park of approximately five acres. Northshore Summit Park, Northeast 193rd Street and 63rd Avenue Northeast. Northshore Summit Park offers an informal loop trail leading through three-and-a-half acres.

Rhododendron Park, Juanita Drive Northeast and Northeast 170th Street. Hundreds of species of rare rhododendrons are found on this 13-acre park. Saint Edward State Park, A 316-acre day-use park located at 14445 Juanita Drive NE.

Sammamish River/Burke Gilman River Trail runs 32 miles from Marymoor

Park in Redmond through Kenmore to Gas Works Park in Seattle. Bordering the Sammamish River in Kenmore. Wallace Swamp Creek Park, Northeast 195th Street and 68th Avenue Northeast. A local, passive park of approximately 17 acres. Jack V. Crawford Skate Court, 68th Ave NE and NE 182nd Street.

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Your Neighborhood Police Departments Bothell Police Department

The Bothell Police Department exists “to protect life and property through professional service and a proactive partnership with our community,” according to its mission statement. More than 80 commissioned and noncommissioned staff members, led by Chief Carol Cummings, provide a variety of police functions. The department’s civilian support staff serves the community in a variety of functions, including 9-1-1 emergency dispatch, maintaining police records and clerical support. The department is located at 18410 101st Ave. NE. For non-emergency situations, call (425) 486-1254. Carol Cummings is the Chief of Police for the city of Bothell. Bothell Emergency Services

City of Bothell Fire and E.M.S. (Emergency Medical Services) is dedicated to safeguarding the lives, property and environment of the community through education, preparedness, prevention and response to emergency incidents. Bob Van Horne is the fire chief.

• Fire Station 45, Canyon Park, 1608 217th Place SE Phone: (425) 806-6242 For emergencies, dial 9-1-1. For non-emergencies, call (425) 806-6242

• Fire Station 42, Downtown, 10726 Beardslee Blvd. Phone: (425) 486-1678. (425) 806-6242 • Fire Station 44, Queensborough, 330 228th St. SW Phone: (425) 806-6242

When Kenmore incorporated in 1998, it decided to follow the lead of many other new cities in the county and contract for police services. It chose the King County Sheriff ’s Office. Officers, detectives and support staff are dedicated to providing services to Kenmore. Officers assigned to contract cities wear blue uniforms with city patches and drive city-marked patrol cars. Kenmore’s police station is located at Kenmore City Hall. For non-emergency police Cliff Sether is the Chief of Police assistance, call (206) 296-5020. for the city of Kenmore. Kenmore Emergency Services

The City of Kenmore lies within the boundaries of the Northshore Fire Department, which also serves the city of Lake Forest Park. The Fire Department operates as a fire district, King County Fire District 16, which encompasses about 11 square miles. The district is governed by a board of commissioners that meets at 5 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 18030 73rd Ave. NE, Kenmore. Jim Torpin is the fire chief. • Fire Station 51, 7220 NE 181st St., Kenmore. For information, call (425) 354-1780, or visit www. northshorefire.com.

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Northshore Senior Center

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Northshore Senior Center


10201 E. Riverside Drive in Bothell (425) 487-2441 www.northshoreseniorcenter.org. The facilities are completely handicapped accessible. The Northshore Senior Center provides services to several thousand seniors, 55 and over, who take advantage of the offerings and activities to enhance their well-being and independence and encourage their involvement in the community. There are health clinics, classes, clubs, a computer lab, special events, social services and trips galore, and the coffee bar and lounges offer great opportunities for meeting old friends and making new ones. Across the street from the senior center in Bothell is the 20,000-squarefoot Northshore Health and Wellness Center, which was created to provide more space, cost-efficiency and responsiveness to the struggles that inform seniors and younger adults with disabilities encounter in their daily lives.

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Kenmore Senior Center

a branch of the Northshore Senior Center, is at Rhododendron Park at 6910 NE 170th St. S. (425) 489-0707 Volunteer receptionists staff the center Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The gray building features game rooms, classrooms, a kitchen, arts and crafts spaces and a cozy atmosphere. The adjacent park includes a covered area with picnic tables and grills, as well as a small playground. Rental proceeds from the covered picnic area benefit the senior center. Among the programs that have been offered by the center are AARP Defensive Driving: Age 50-plus, a course that typically helps its graduates to reduce their auto insurance premiums; and Fight Fraud and Scams, which alerts seniors to tactics frequently used by con artists. Many courses are free. The center also offers no-cost or low-cost instruction in drawing, driftwood sculpture, creative writing, healthy aging and more.



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Opened in1923, designed by A.V. Macan. It is a private club, members and guests only. Par 73 — 6,731/6,460/6,150/5,176 yards. Signature hole: No. 18, 508-yard par 5. This great finishing hole features a tight, downhill drive and an approach to a well-protected green over a beautiful water hazard containing a fountain, with Inglewood’s stately clubhouse in the background. This beautiful, immaculately groomed facility features tree-lined fairways and spectacular views of Lake Washington. It is an equity (member-owned) golf club, where members buy a share of a club when they purchase membership, and also get equity back at resignation. For more information, contact Karen Peterson at igc@inglewoodgolfclub.com.

Ingelwood Golf Course is one of the oldest golf courses in the state and has hosted many professional tournaments including the GTE Northwest Classic from 1987-1995. Reporter file photo

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Higher Education Bastyr University

Bastyr University, located in Kenmore (14500 Juanita Drive N.E.), is one of the world’s leading academic centers for advancing knowledge in the natural health sciences. A 30-year pioneer in natural medicine, Bastyr continues to be in the forefront of developing the model for 21st-century medicine. www.bastyr.edu

UW Bothell, Cascadia

The University of Washington, Bothell and Cascadia Community College are co-located on a 128-acre campus along Beardslee Boulevard in Bothell (18115 and 18345 Campus Way N.E.), just northwest of the intersection of Interstate 405 and State Route 522. The co-location provides a unique opportunity for students and faculty and staff members to work together, sharing many services and activities, such as an advanced media center, dining services, bookstore, classrooms and a library with access to University of Washington’s six-million-volume collection. www.uwb.edu

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he Northshore School District in our district for at least the next five proudly provides a world-class years. We are eager to continue the public education outstanding work of to the greater Bothell Northshore staff to and Kenmore comensure all students munities. Covering leave our schools 60-square miles, career and college the Northshore ready. School District (NSD) Beginning in the comprises the cities fall of 2017, Northof Bothell, Kenmore shore is engaging and Woodinville, and in some significant unincorporated areas transitions to acof King and Snohomcommodate growth Dr. Michelle Reid ish counties. From and enhance our a district populaacademic programs tion of more than and student sup125,000 people, we serve more than ports. We are opening a fourth compre21,000 students. With more than 2,000 hensive high school, North Creek, and employees, Northshore is the secondredrawing some school boundaries aclargest regional employer, and those cordingly. Northshore also will shift from employees by and large live, work and grades 7-9 junior highs to grades 6-8 reinvest directly in our local economy. middle schools. Ninth-graders will join Northshore is governed by a five-memour high schools. Finally, we are moving ber elected School Board. The board sets our school start times ahead by about the goals and direction of the district, 25 minutes to promote better sleep and adopts policy and hires and supervises academic performance for our adolesthe superintendent to administer district cent learners. A variety of Northshore programs and operations. programs help students find a path to Together, the board and I are leading success, including pre-school, full-day a Strategic Planning process that will kindergarten, advanced coursework set goals and the focus for each student at the elementary and middle levels,

exceptional fine and performing arts programs and a wide range of sports and activities. At the high school level, we offer Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, College in the High School, Tech Prep and Running Start. I want to warmly welcome you to the Northshore School District, knowing that many families choose to relocate here for our outstanding schools. The commitment and dedication of the staff as well as the high expectations and support of our families have produced an amazing learning environment in a community that consistently values public education. Dr. Michelle Reid, Northshore School District Superintendent.

Local Schools

Northshore Networks

3330 Monte Villa Parkway, Bothell (425) 408-4175

Arrowhead Elementary

6725 NE Arrowhead Dr, Kenmore (425) 408-4000

Bear Creek Elementary

18101 Avondale Road NE, Woodinville (425) 408-4100

Canyon Creek Elementary

21400 35th Ave. SE, Bothell (425) 408-5700

Cottage Lake Elementary

15940 Avondale Road NE, Woodinville (425) 408-4200

Crystal Springs Elementary

21615 Ninth Ave. SE, Bothell (425) 408-4300

East Ridge Elementary

22150 NE 156th Place, Woodinville (425) 408-4400

Fernwood Elementary

3933 Jewell Road, Bothell (425) 408-4500

Frank Love Elementary

303 224th St. SW, Bothell (425) 408-4600

Hollywood Hill Elementary

17110 148th Ave. NE, Woodinville (425) 408-4700

Northshore Networks

(Formerly known as Home School Networks) 3330 Monte Villa Parkway, Bothell (425) 408-4175

Kenmore Elementary

19121 71st Ave. NE, Kenmore (425) 408-4800

Kokanee Elementary

23710 57th Ave. SE, Woodinville (425) 408-4900

Bothell High School

Lockwood Elementary

Inglemoor High School

Maywood Hills Elementary

Woodinville High School

Moorlands Elementary

Secondary Academy for Success

Shelton View Elementary

Canyon Park Junior High

Sorenson Early Childhood Center

Kenmore Junior High

Sunrise Elementary

Leota Junior High

Wellington Elementary

Northshore Junior High

Westhill Elementary

Skyview Junior High

Woodin Elementary

Timbercrest Junior High

Woodmoor Elementary

9130 NE 180th St, Bothell (425) 408-7000

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15500 Simonds Road NE, Kenmore (425) 408-7200 19819 136th Ave. NE, Woodinville (425) 408-7400 22107 23rd Drive SE, Bothell (425) 408-6600 23723 23rd Ave. SE, Bothell (425) 408-6300 20323 66th Ave. NE, Kenmore (425) 408-6400 19301 168th Ave. NE, Woodinville (425) 408-6500 12101 NE 160th St, Bothell (425) 408-6700 21404 35th Ave. SE, Bothell (425) 408-6800 19115 215th Way NE, Woodinville (425) 408-6900

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Northshore Libraries There are two libraries serving Northshore-area residents: Bothell Regional Library and Kenmore Library. Both are operated by the King County Library System.

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Kenmore Library

18215 98th Ave. NE, (425) 486-7811. Hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday; and noon to 8 p.m. Sunday.

6531 NE 181st St., (425) 486-8747. Hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday; and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.


Winter Hours

Mon-Fri 8 am - 5 pm Saturday 9 am - 4 pm Sunday CLOSED

Office Location

Morrison Building, Ste 303 17455 68th Ave NE, Kenmore

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Voted by her peers as a Top Dentist in 2017 “Featured in January’s Seattle Met Magazine” Dr. Goldwire is excited to be joining the community with her recent purchase of the practice of Dr. Gayle James. Dr. Goldwire has enjoyed meeting the established patients who have been coming to this practice in some cases over 30 years. She feels privileged to be able to continue the excellent care patients have long been receiving. We invite you to give us a call or stop by to meet the team. Come see how our commitment to excellence in dentistry will give you and your family personalized gentle care.

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Full Service Dentistry We offer a full range of dental procedures such as:

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