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Sammamish/East Lake Hills

Demographics
Population: 10,375
Percentage of city: 8 percent
Under 18: 2,175 (21 percent of the area)
Housing Units: 4,033

One of Bellevue's older, established residential areas, East Lake Hills enjoys an extensive open space and parks system built around unique natural assets, including Weowna Park with its old-growth forest, and Phantom Lake with its connections to Larsen Lake and the Lake Hills Greenbelt.

To the east, upscale residential areas with expensive homes flank the western shore of Lake Sammamish.  The city annexed much of this area just recently – in 2001. Upland neighborhoods to the west include Spiritridge, Phantom Lake and part of Lake Hills.  The eastern and western halves of Lake Hills are divided by 156th Avenue. West Lake Sammamish Parkway is the other major north-south route providing access to local residents.  

Phantom Lake affords close-up looks at nature.Landmarks
Phantom Lake
Lake Hills Greenbelt

Parks
Robinswood Park
Lake Hills Park
Evergreen Park
Weowna Park
Vasa Park
Spiritridge Park

Schools
Spiritridge Elementary School
Phantom Lake Elementary School
Tillicum Middle School

Contact Information

Neighborhood Outreach
450 110th Ave. NE
P.O. Box 90012
Bellevue, WA 98009
Phone: 425-452-6836
E-mail: neighborhoodoutreach@bellevuewa.gov


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