Archive | January, 2018

City Manager Contract Extended Through 2022

Citing the excellent performance of City Manager Kurt Triplett and the need for stability in a period of tremendous growth and economic development, on January 16 the City Council voted to extend Triplett’s employment agreement to 2022 while also raising his salary.   “With the uncertainty and turbulence at the federal and state levels, steady, […]

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Kamiakin Giant Garage Sale February 3

Saturday, February 3rd 9 am to 4:30 pm Kamiakin Middle School Gymnasium – 14111 132nd Ave NE, Kirkland Hosted by the 8th Grade Fundraising Committee   They will be accepting donations to the Textile Drive from the community during the sale hours.* Clean out your closets, drop off a couple of bags and pick up […]

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Registration is Now Open for Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training

  Registration is now open for Kirkland’s eight-class-long Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training program!  This course is open to adults of all ages and abilities.  Students aged 14 to 17 are permitted to register only if they will be accompanied by an adult. COURSE DESCRIPTION Community Emergency Response Training is a hands-on course taught by an […]

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Coffee with a Kirkland Cop on January 10th

Have you ever wanted to ask candid questions of your local law enforcement officers but didn’t feel like you could? Now’s your chance. Coffee with a Cop is an opportunity to ask those questions, voice concerns and make suggestions, all while getting to know the Kirkland Police officers in your neighborhood. The next Coffee with […]

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Edith Moulton Park to Close for a Makeover

Many new changes to Juanita’s Edith Moulton Park will close the park until July. Improvements include the addition of a boardwalk, a pavilion, restrooms and an exciting new play structure. Pet owners will be thrilled to know that a series of fenced, off-leash dog trails will also be created in the park. Work will happen […]

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Information on New Animal Services Program

The City of Kirkland has launched a new Animal Services Program starting January 1, 2018. “We’re excited for this new City service,” said Councilmember Penny Sweet, Chair of the Council’s Public Safety Committee. “Launching Kirkland’s own Animal Services is years in the making. The Council and City staff have been working hard to ensure that […]

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