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City of Kirkland to Hold Public Hearing on Safe and Inclusive City Actions

City Council is considering legislation regarding sustaining Kirkland as a welcoming city  At its next regular meeting on February 21, 2017, the Kirkland City Council will hold a public hearing to consider the adoption of a resolution and an ordinance related to sustaining Kirkland as a safe, inclusive and welcoming city.  The resolution formally adopts […]

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Public invited to comment on Kirkland’s Stormwater Management Program Plan by March 1, 2017

  Draft plan outlines City’s actions to comply with State permit   Kirkland residents and businesses are encouraged to review the draft 2017 Stormwater Management Program Plan and submit comments or suggestions by March 1, 2017. The draft 2017 Stormwater Management Program Plan describes actions that the City of Kirkland takes to reduce stormwater pollution.  Examples of […]

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Kirkland CERT Course Beginning Soon

  Community Emergency Response Team training is a FEMA-based curriculum designed to teach adults of all ages and abilities how to help themselves, their families, and their neighbors during a disaster when police, fire, and medical services are overwhelmed. The Kirkland CERT program offers the full 8-week CERT training course twice a year.  CERT graduates […]

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Kirkland Residents invited to apply to City Advisory Boards by Feb. 16

  The City of Kirkland has adult and youth vacancies occurring on several of its advisory boards and commissions. Eligibility requirements differ for each board or commission. Interested residents are invited to apply. Some incumbents on these boards and commissions have served one term, are eligible, and intend to apply for re-appointment. Completed applications must be […]

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Totem Lake Pedestrian Connector Topic of Open House

Public Invited to Comment on Design of Bridge Connecting the Cross Kirkland Corridor with Totem Lake   The public will get its first chance to learn about the Totem Lake Pedestrian Connector Bridge during an open house on Thursday, Feb. 2 at the Kirkland Justice Center. The drop-in style open house begins at 6 p.m. […]

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Legislative Guest Column by Larry Springer

45th-district Reps. Larry Springer and Roger Goodman prepared the following column to offer their perspectives on Washington’s education-funding crisis.     “Will the Legislature finally address its constitutional obligation to provide our children – all of them – the fully funded education system that assures their dreams will be a reality?”   When we took the oath […]

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Kirkland Police Department Goes Live with Online Police Reporting

Starting this week, the Kirkland Police Department will now be accepting Online Police Reports at: Online Reporting will give citizens the freedom to report certain crimes online anytime day or night when it’s convenient for them. Citizens still have the option to have an Officer respond for the call. Reports for crimes such as […]

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