Archive | April, 2018

Kirkland Recognized as Walk Friendly

City receives bronze level award in national program Kirkland’s years of effort and commitment to make the City more walkable were rewarded this month by the Walk Friendly Community (WFC) program, when they recognized the City as a bronze level Walk Friendly Community. Kirkland is one of ten cities across the nation honored by the […]

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EvergreenHealth Receives “A” Grade for Patient Safety

   The Leapfrog Group, a leading national nonprofit watchdog on hospital quality and safety, today announced that EvergreenHealth received an “A” for patient safety in the latest Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades. It is one of only 11 hospitals in Washington and 750 of 2,660 nationwide to achieve an A rating this spring.   “At EvergreenHealth, […]

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Waste Management gives support to Kirkland Downtown Association as the 2018 Title Sponsor! 

Waste Management gives support to Kirkland Downtown Association as the 2018 Title Sponsor!  Waste Management support enables the continuation of amazing community events in Downtown Kirkland!  The Kirkland Downtown Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization representing the common interests of Kirkland’s downtown business community. KDA members include business owners, property owners, and members of the […]

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Capital Project Digest Spring Edition

Finn Hill, Kingsgate, Moss Bay, Norkirk, North Rose Hill & South Rose Hill Paving and slurry seal Kirkland will be repaving sections of streets this summer in six different neighborhoods. To prepare these streets for repaving, the City’s contractor will begin in June upgrading the street’s sidewalk access ramps. Street sections include Finn Hill’s 84th […]

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Volunteers Reach Scotch Broom Removal Milestone on CKC

Scotch broom is an invasive plant that is a serious threat to native habitat throughout Washington State. It’s also toxic to animals and a fire hazard. Hundreds of these plants grew along the Cross Kirkland Corridor (CKC), the beloved 5.75-mile gravel walking and biking trail that runs through the heart of Kirkland. Thanks to a […]

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