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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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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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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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New City of Kirkland Animal Services Program

After more than a year of preparation, the City’s new Animal Services Program begins today. As of January 2, 2018, Kirkland residents who have not previously licensed their pets will be able to purchase licenses either online, through the mail or in person at City Hall or at the Kirkland Justice Center. For pets previously […]

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Government Civics Series at Sammamish CWU

There will be a new  Government Civics series that will be offered in Sammamish at Central Washington University.  Please find the link below (and further below a short description ) of the first class that starts January 31st  and will include speakers who are elected School Board members, Chairs of the Planning Commission, and many more.  Based […]

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Wanted Person for Controlled Substance Homicide

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Joseph W. Crist, please contact the Kirkland Police Department at 425-587-5656 In 2016, Kirkland Police Detectives investigated the death of a 17 year old female who died from a drug related overdose.  The investigation revealed that the drugs causing her death were given to her by […]

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LETTER: Houghton Rezone

Sent by: Dan Ryan On: November 26, 2017 The Kirkland City Council is about to approve changes in zoning at the Houghton-Everest Business Center. The effort to prepare for future growth has failed. By not setting viable standards for development, changes in the center are effectively deferred until a future rezoning. But maybe we can […]

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LETTER: Reasons to Vote Yes for Proposition 1

Sent by: Brian Staples, Vice President of the Central Houghton Neighborhood Association on October 30, 2017   Houghton Residents – Vote Yes to Continue the Houghton Community Council On November 7 residents of Houghton will be asked to weigh-in on several issues and candidates, including Proposition 1 regarding the continued existence of the Houghton Community […]

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