Samantha St. John named Interim Executive Director of the Kirkland Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce recently announced the resignation of Executive Director, Bruce Wynn effective December 31st. The Board of Directors would like to thank Bruce for his five years of service and wish him well in future endeavors.A search committee will be created to oversee the selection of a permanent successor; however the […]

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Welcoming Refugees, Asylum Seekers & Strangers

Public Invited to Interfaith Dinner Dialogue on “Welcoming Refugees, Asylum Seekers & Strangers” F.I.R.E. (Fostering Interfaith Relationships on the Eastside) invites you to the eighth in a series of Dinner Dialogues aimed at fostering interfaith relationships, on Sunday, January 29, 5PM to 8PM, hosted by St. George Coptic Orthodox Church, 13216 NE 100th Street in […]

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Kirkland Police Department Goes Live with Online Police Reporting

Starting this week, the Kirkland Police Department will now be accepting Online Police Reports at: Online Reporting will give citizens the freedom to report certain crimes online anytime day or night when it’s convenient for them. Citizens still have the option to have an Officer respond for the call. Reports for crimes such as […]

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Livengood Alskog hires new associate

On Thursday Livengood Alskog announced that Alex Hurt joined the firm as an associate attorney. Hurt is a native Washingtonian, growing up in the Edmonds area. He graduated from the University of Washington and Seattle University School of Law and received a Masters of Law in Taxation from the University of Florida. He will work […]

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Seaplane hearing January 30

A group called Citizens for a Livable Waterfront (CLW) has formed to oppose a commercial seaplane operation proposed at Carillon Point in Kirkland, and has hired a noise consultant to testify at a public hearing to be held on January 30 at Kirkland City Hall. The group is concerned about the noise disturbance to homes, […]

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Kirkland CERT Course Beginning Soon

Community Emergency Response Team training is a FEMA-based curriculum designed to teach adults of all ages and abilities how to help themselves, their families, and their neighbors during a disaster when police, fire, and medical services are overwhelmed. The Kirkland CERT program offers the full 8-week CERT training course twice a year. CERT graduates become […]

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Help Remove Invasive Plants on the Cross Kirkland Corridor

  Help Remove Invasive Plants on the Cross Kirkland Corridor Monday, January 2 9 to 11 am We’ll be working south of Kirkland Way (red “x” on map). Parking available on Railroad Avenue (red “P” on map). Bring heavy duty loppers and water (I’ll have a few extra tools) Wear long pants, long sleeves, sturdy shoes, and gloves (leather are best for blackberries) We’ll be hacking out blackberries […]

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Save the Date: January 23 Neighborhood Forum – “For the Love of Kirkland”

The Kirkland Alliance of Neighborhoods and the City of Kirkland invite Kirkland residents and business owners to save the date for a Neighborhood Forum led by acclaimed community engagement expert Peter Kageyama, author of For the Love of Cities and Love Where You Live. The event, called “For the Love of Kirkland,” will be held Monday, January 23, 2017 from 5:30 to 8:45 pm. Information about how to RSVP will be coming soon. 

Anyone who is interested in exploring ways to make Kirkland an even better place to live and work will be invited to attend. The goals of the event are to celebrate Kirkland’s neighborhoods and inspire people to become more involved in their neighborhood associations…

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