The hospital nearest to Yarrow Point is Overlake Hospital, 1035 116th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA, (425) 688-5000. Other greater Seattle-area hospitals include Harborview Medical Center, Swedish Medical Center, University of Washington Medical Center, Children's Hospital, and Regional Medical Center.
HOURS OF CONSTRUCTION
Yarrow Point construction hours are 7:00 am - 6:00 pm Monday through Friday and 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Saturdays. No permitted construction work is allowed on Sundays or holidays.
Cable TV service on Yarrow is supplied by Comcast Cable. Contact their customer-service center at 1-888-266-2278.
Internet and phone service is supplied by Century Link 1-800-573-1311 http://www.centurylinkquote.com/washington/
Garbage Collection Service on Yarrow Point is supplied by Allied Waste Services of Bellevue. Contact them at (425) 646-2400.
Gas and Electric service on Yarrow Point is supplied by Puget Sound Energy. Contact them at (425) 454-2000 or 1-888-225-5773.
Sewer service on Yarrow Point is supplied by the City of Bellevue Sewer Utility. Contact the sewer-utility office at (425) 452-2977.
Water service on Yarrow Point is supplied through City of Bellevue Water. Contact City of Bellevue Water at (425) 452-6973.
What are the rules about parking in Yarrow Point?
- Vehicles shall park within legally designated parking areas.
- Vehicles shall remain a minimum of 8 feet away from paved street center-line Reference: Yarrow Point Town Ordinance 10.04.060
- Vehicles shall not park within 10 feet of a mail box or mail box pagoda. Reference: Yarrow Point Town Ordinance 10.04.055
- Vehicles shall not park within 15 feet of a fire hydrant. Reference: Washington State Legislature, RCW 46.61.570
- Vehicles shall not park within 30 of a stop or yield sign. Reference: Washington State Legislature, RCW 46.61.570
- Roadway shall have an unobstructed width of not less than 20 feet. Reference: International Fire Code 503.2.1
Yarrow Point Ordinance 10.04.060
Way Open to Public
No person shall park any vehicle upon any town street or way open to the public in such a manner or under such condition as to leave available for free movement of vehicular traffic less than eight feet of width from the center of the paved portion of a roadway.
Revised Code of Washington 46.61.570
“Stopping, standing, or parking prohibited in specified places”
b) Stand or park a vehicle, whether occupied or not, except momentarily to pick up or discharge a passenger or passengers:
(ii) Within fifteen feet of a fire hydrant;
(iv) Within thirty feet upon the approach to any flashing signal, stop sign, or traffic control signal located at the side of a roadway
International Fire Code 503.2.1 Dimensions
Fire apparatus access roads shall have an unobstructed width of no less than 20 feet (6096 mm), except for approved security gates in accordance with Section 503.6, and an unobstructed vertical clearance of not less than 13 feet 6 inches (4115 mm).
Yarrow Point has established four parking zones:
- 91st Ave NE north of NE 47th Street
- NE 47th Street
- Points Drive NE between the west side of the driveway serving 8830 Points Drive NE and 88th Ave NE
- Within ten (10) feet of any mail box or mail box pagoda
- The west side of 92nd Ave NE south from NE 42nd Street
- The west side of 92nd Ave NE from the southern property line of 4649 92nd Ave NE to the south eastern property line of 4664 95th Ave NE
- The east side of 92nd Ave NE south from the east-west property line dividing 4635 95th Ave NE and 4650 92nd Ave NE to the intersection of 92nd Ave NE and 94th Ave NE
- Bus stop located near 92nd Ave NE and SR 520
Three Hour Limited Parking
- Points Drive NE west from 92nd Ave NE to the west side of the driveway serving 8830 Points Drive NE
- Points Drive NE east from 92nd Ave NE for a distance of 300 feet
- NE 32nd Street
- NE 33rd Street
- NE 34th Street
72 Hour Parking
Parking on all other streets and avenues within the Town, not otherwise addressed above, shall be limited to 72 hours
POLICE AND FIRE PROTECTION
Who serves as the Police Department for Yarrow Point?
Yarrow Point contracts with the City of Clyde Hill for police-protections services, including incident response and traffic enforcement. For emergency response, call 911. For non-emergency matters, call the Clyde Hill Police Department at (425) 454-7187. Please note that this non-emergency number is not monitored when the office is closed. If you need assistance during closed hours, hang up and dial 911.
Who serves as the Fire Department for Yarrow Point?
Yarrow Point contracts with the City of Bellevue for fire-protection services. For emergency response, call 911. For non-emergency matters, call the Bellevue Fire Department's Fire Prevention office at (425) 452-6872.
Where is the nearest Post Office?
There are two post offices convenient to Yarrow Point.
The Bellevue Main Post Office at 1171 Bellevue Way (at NE 12th Street).
The Medina Station at 816 Evergreen Point Way.
Who do I call to report that the street light near my house is burned out?
Before you call Puget Sound Energy to report the outage, record the 12-digit number on the pole's aluminum tag. Then dial, 1-888-CALL-PSE 1-888-225-5773 and follow the menu options for reporting street-light outage OR, you may connect to www.intolight.com and report the outage using PSE's online reporting system.
VOTING AND VOTER REGISTRATION:
How do I register to vote? How do I request an absentee ballot?
You may come to the Town Hall to obtain mail-in-forms for voter registration and absentee ballots or call King County Elections at (206) 296-8683. Please visit http://www.kingcounty.gov/elections.aspx for more information.
Where do I go to vote?
All voting in King County is now done by mail-in ballot. A limited number of physical voting locations are provided. For more information please visit http://www.kingcounty.gov/elections.aspx
WASHINGTON STATE INFORMATION:
How can I find out more information about Washington State?
The State of Washington maintains a website of valuable information about the state, including a state government, employment, tourism, etc. as well as links to other helpful sites at www.access.wa.gov.
Noxious Aquatic Weed Information:
The Yarrow Point Waterfront Association is an organization of waterfront property owners who support Federal, Washington State, and King County efforts to control noxious aquatic weeds. The Association’s State licensed marine biologist has determined that four of the listed noxious aquatic weeds are prevalent along Yarrow Point shorelines and we are acting to control them. Our member Yarrow Point residents have each agreed to pay the modest cost for control efforts at their waterfront properties to reduce the infestation. The specific noxious aquatic weeds are Eurasian watermilfoil, Brazilian elodea, curly-leaf pondweed, and fragrant water lily. Click on the names of each for more information from the government agencies responsible for the public policy to control them.
These noxious weeds spread from uncontrolled properties. If you have uncontrolled Yarrow Point shoreline property, we invite you to join our efforts to improve our environment in accordance with established public policy. Please contact us for further information at YarrowPointWaterfrontAssoc@comcast.net.
The Town of Yarrow Point does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in its programs or activities.