About Hunts Point

The Town of Hunts Point sits at longitude W122º13'50" and latitude N47º38'12" in King County, Washington.  Downtown Bellevue is within 3 miles away, and Downtown Seattle is less than 10 miles away.  The Town is located conveniently near both State Route 520 (east-west) and Interstate 405 (north-south).

HOW TO CONTACT US:
The mailing address for the Town is:

Town of Hunts Point
3000 Hunts Point Road
Hunts Point, WA  98004

Email address:          Select the staff member you wish to contact from the list.

Telephone number:   425.455.1834
Fax number:              425.454.4586


FORM OF GOVERNMENT
The Town of Hunts Point uses a mayor-council form of government to enact ordinances that set forth the rules and regulations governing conduct within the Town.  The Mayor and members of the Council are volunteers elected by citizens of the Town.  Council meetings are held on the first Monday of each month.

EMERGENCY SERVICES
The Town contracts for police services with the City of Medina and for fire-protection services with the City of Bellevue.

TOWN SERVICES AND OFFICE HOURS
The Town of Hunts Point has a Town Hall located very near the entrance to the town.
Town Hall office hours are Monday through Thursday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.
The Building Department is open for permit intakes on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Meetings of the Town Council and Planning Commission  are held on regular dates each month and are open to the public.  Hearings before the Hearing Examiner  and meetings of the Park Commission are held on an as-needed basis.  The Town employs the following staff to assist our residents and handle the day-to-day operations of the Town.

Clerk Treasurer Sue Ann Spens coordinates all issues before the Town Council and Planning Commission, answers questions about general Town business, and manages the day-to-day operation of Town Hall. She also handles all aspects of the Town's finances and financial reporting. She can be reached by email at clerk@huntspoint-wa.gov.

Deputy Clerk Sue Israel handles all aspects of the Building Department, including coordinating contact with the Town's Building Official, Planner, and Engineer, and handles many aspects of the Town's day-to-day operations.  She can be reached by email at permits@huntspoint-wa.gov

Deputy Clerk Linda Kroner handles all issues before the Council and Planning Commission, coordinates the Town's Emergency Management and Block Watch programs, and handles many aspects of the Town's day-to-day operations.  She can be reached by email at depclerk@huntspoint-wa.gov

The Town contracts with:

  •  Municipal Permit Services for building-official, inspection, and code-enforcement services,
  •  Mona Green for planning services, including Zoning Code issues, pre-application and pre-construction meetings, and shorelines permits, and
  • Stacia Shroeder for engineering services.

The following utility services are provided to residents under franchise agreements with the following:

  • The City of Bellevue Water/Sewer District provides water and sewer services.
  • Century Tel provides traditional telephone service.
  • Allied Waste collects garbage, yard waste, and recyclable waste.
  • Puget Sound Energy provides electricity and natural gas.
  • Comcast offers Cable TV and high-speed internet connections.
  • Other utilities provide services to residents, e.g. wireless communications, are provided without a franchise agreement but are too numerous to list here.

PUBLIC SCHOOLS
The Town of Hunts Point is part of Bellevue School District No. 405 and is served primarily by Medina Elementary, Chinook Middle School, and Bellevue High School.

TOWN NEWSLETTERS
The Town of Hunts Point distributes periodic newsletters to residents with information about actions taken by and future meetings of the Town Council, Planning Commission, and Park Commission and general announcements and information about important local and regional issues.