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The Innovation Triangle Represents Region at Select USA Investment Summit

Innovation Triangle works together to create business opportunities in Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond Economic Development officials representing the Innovation Triangle, a collaboration between the cities of Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond together with the Economic Development Council of Seattle & King County(EDC) will attend theSelectUSA Summit in Washington, D.C. from June 20 to 22, 2018. The […]

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Give Your Feedback on Juanita Beach Playground Concept

The Kirkland Parks and Community Services Department seeks public comment on a playground design for the possible replacement of the playground at Juanita Beach Park. This playground replacement accompanies the Juanita Beach Park bathhouse and picnic shelter projectthat was designed according to the park’s Master Plan. Staff from Parks and Community Services will present 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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Kirkland Mayor Amy Walen Announces Campaign for State Representative

Longtime Eastside leader and business owner is committed to advancing gun responsibility legislation and work on mental health and housing issues Kirkland Mayor Amy Walen has announced that she will run for the Washington State House of Representatives in the 48th Legislative District, which includes parts of Kirkland, Bellevue, Redmond and the Points cities. Walen, […]

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McBride to Retire and Endorse Walen for State House Seat

Long time Eastside elected official Joan McBride (D-48) has announced she will not seek a third term in the Washington State House of Representatives.  McBride was first elected to the State House in 2014, filling the seat formally held by Lt. Governor Cyrus Habib. In the State Legislature McBride won recognition for her work supporting […]

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Kirkland Traffic Alert: Shamrock Run 5K, March 17

  Commuters should expect traffic delays due to the annual Kirkland Shamrock Run to be held at Marina Park on Saturday, March 17. A course map is posted online at http://www.kirklandwa.gov/SpecialEvents.htm. The Lakeshore Plaza Parking Lot, including Kirkland Avenue from Lake Street to the city dock, will be closed to vehicles from 5:30 a.m. until […]

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Senior Property Tax Relief Forum on March 13th

King County Assessor and Attorney General Representative to address concerns and present options to save money Seniors facing sticker shock from the February 2018 property tax bills will learn how state and local programs can provide some relief at a free public forum on Tuesday, March 13 from 10:30 a.m. to noon in the Council […]

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Aquatic Center Proposed at Peter Kirk Park

  Bob Becker of Becker Architects will be presenting to the park board on February 14th for a new proposed swimming facility at Peter Kirk Park. This proposal includes additional space for baseball, swimming, indoor gym activities, tennis, recreational park space, a community hall with kitchen, and additional parking.  The public is welcome to attend […]

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