Newport Hills Community Club

a volunteer neighborhood organization serving Newport Hills

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5806-A 119th Ave SE, PMB #222
Bellevue, WA 98006

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  • 1 admin // Dec 9, 2016 at 5:10 PM

    hi Brit! sorry for delayed response, I’m just getting familiar with the admin functions of our Club website. YES, the Santa Tour is ON for December 17 and the rest of the details are on the (now live) Santa Tour web page. Thanks for asking! Ann Brashear

  • 2 Brit // Dec 4, 2016 at 11:45 AM

    Is the Santa tour going to happen this year? The web page for the Santa tour doesn’t seem to be working (404 Error). We appreciate the volunteers that dedicate their day to visiting all of the houses.

    Thanks

  • 3 Heidi Dean, NHCC Past President/interim Treasurer // Sep 17, 2015 at 10:23 AM

    Hi Karen:

    Thank you for the report. Bear sightings, as well as bobcat sightings, have been a frequent topic of discussion over the last four months or so. There’s one (or more) bear who seems to travel the ravine behind your house all the way up to the Delmar Woods section of Newport Hills (next to Safeway in Newcastle) and possibly beyond. The police and/or WA Fish & Wildlife will not/cannot do anything unless the animal becomes aggressive, which it sounds like it isn’t. The best advice we can give is to secure your garbage cans (or keep them inside the garage if you can). Bobcats typically do not hunt cats, but there are plenty of other predators living in the neighborhood ravines which do, so it’s not a bad idea to keep kitties indoors and supervise small dogs while they are outside.

  • 4 Karen Wolfe // Sep 1, 2015 at 9:40 PM

    We live on 119th and had a bear take garbage from our front yard, climb over our fence and was eating it in our back yard. We scared it down into the ravine between 119th and coal creek. Just an FYI for people to keep an eye out and let the police know if they have any sighting.

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