Help Mulch and Weed New Native Plants on the Cross Kirkland Corridor Monday, July 3 9 to 11 am We’ll be working along the CKC at NE 112th St (red dot on map). Parking available next to the CKC (red “p” on map). For more information contact CKCtrailvolunteers@gmail.com.
Archive | June, 2017
Be sure to have a friendly wave ready for 2017 4th of July Grand Marshall, Joe Crecca, a pilot in the United States Air Force and a Vietnam POW.
Public Art Call for Repurposing Pieces of Historic Kalakala Ferry The City of Kirkland seeks qualified artists to transform salvaged pieces of the historic Kalakala Ferry into an art installation. The deadline for letters of interest is July 15, 2017. “We’re excited about the historical significance of this new piece of public art,” said Ellen […]
Please visit celebratekirkland.org to volunteer. It is tons of fun! We will see you there.
By Dan Ryan The downtown Seattle tunnel will close to buses sometime in 2019. This brings revisions in bus service between Seattle and Kirkland. Metro and Sound Transit are preparing with a public outreach process. There is an online survey and a series of open houses (including one in Kingsgate Library on Monday June 26th, […]
On June 7th, 2017, Kirkland Police Captain Bill Hamilton graduated along with two hundred and twenty-seven other law enforcement officers from the F.B.I. National Academy Program in Quantico, Virginia. The 268th Session of the National Academy consisted of men and women from 47 states. Included in the class were members of law enforcement agencies […]
Doreen Booth joins the city of Kirkland as the new Neighborhood Services Outreach Coordinator for the City of Kirkland. As Neighborhood Services Coordinator, she will serve as the liaison between Kirkland’s 13 neighborhood associations and the City. Doreen replaces Kari Page, who has served in the role since its inception in 1999. Kari has moved […]
City encourages safety over July 4th Fireworks ban continues to reduce fire-related accidents The City of Kirkland’s year-round fireworks ban prohibits the sale and use of all consumer fireworks as part of an effort to eliminate fires, injuries and calls for service. The City’s fireworks ban has reduced the number of fire-related accidents and complaints […]
The morning of April 18, a very large, well-equipped van pull into the parking lot of the St John’s Episcopal Church in downtown Kirkland. The Medical Teams International (MTI) mobile dental van provides free urgent dental care including hygienists cleaning. The program is aimed at low income persons in the community over the age […]
The Builders Club is the youngest of the children’s groups sponsored by Kiwanis, ranging in ages from 11 to 14. They may be young, but they are full of energy and ideas and want to assist however they can. As in past years, The Builders Club kids showed up to help at the […]