In August of 1997, community members residing in the Woodinville/Cottage Lake area began a series of meetings with King County to explore the formation of a UAC. The idea was presented to the general public on April 30, 1998. At this meeting, other community organizations became part of the Steering Committee that founded the present Upper Bear Creek Community Unincorporated Area Council.
The Upper Bear Creek Community Unincorporated Area Council is recognized by King County Motion 10708, passed on June 14, 1999.
2013 Music in the Park at Cottage Lake - UpperBear Creek Community Council is happy to bring "Music in the Park" back to Cottage Lake Park again this summer! Click here for more details.
Meeting Announcement - Please
mark your current calendars for the Upper Bear Creek Community Council
Schedule of Public Forums which are held the fourth Tuesdays
of most months at 7:30 pm at the Woodinville
Water District Offices 17238 N. E. Woodinville/Duvall
Rd. The purpose of this council is to inform, assist and represent our community in dealing with King County government and other entities with respect to issues that affect our community.
Next Scheduled meeting: Tuesday Jan. 22, 2013
ANNOUNCEMENT : The Upper Bear Creek Community Council is actively recruiting board members. For more information about us, please call Nancy Stafford at 425-788 5841
All interested persons of the community are welcome to attend. More information: nancy stafford 425 788 5841 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Upper Bear Creek Community Council meets the fourth Tuesday of most months. The purpose of the council is to inform, assist and represent our community in dealing with King County government and other entities with respect to issues that affect our community.
Monthly Minutes - "Archived" minutes to meetings can be found here.
By-Laws of The Upper Bear Creek Community Council - Adopted by Upper Bear Creek Community, an Unincorporated Area Council of King County Washington, March, 1999.
Check out the News/Update Section for information about New state mandate, protecting Puget Sound drive proposed Surface Water Management fee increase.
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Serving 22,000 people in north-central King County between the Sammamish and Snoqualmie Rivers and north of Redmond and east of Woodinville.