Totem Lake Connector Bridge Open House, March 16

Visitors will evaluate nearly a dozen early concepts of possible designs   Residents, commuters and stakeholders will get their first chance to evaluate several sketched concepts for the Totem Lake Connector bicycle and pedestrian bridge during a Thursday, March 16 open house at the Kirkland Justice Center. The drop-in event begins at 5:30 p.m. and […]

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LETTER | Time for a change

I have been a proud Kirkland resident for 15 years now – 4 generations of my family live here all the way from grandpa Vito (92) to Leo (5), who will be attending kindergarten at Lakeview next year. At no point during my time in Kirkland have I ever said to myself, “Kirkland would be […]

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Kirkland Downtown Association Rolls out Community Membership Program

  The Kirkland Downtown Association (KDA) is pleased to announce a membership program that will connect the community of Kirkland, Businesses and Organizations. This program will help fund the initiatives that bring vibrancy and economic development into Kirkland.   The KDA hosts the Wednesday Farmer’s Market, Summer Concert series, 4th of July Celebration & Fireworks, Classic […]

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Long list of capital projects begin in Kirkland

Find out which projects are in design, and which ones are in construction    Kirkland will be managing a few dozen projects in 2018, ranging from paving arterials and upgrading utilities to designing the Totem Lake Connector bridge and implementing safety measures along Juanita Drive. This digest provides the basics on 21 of those projects. […]

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Kirkland Family Raises $3.1m to Fund Rare Disease Research and Promotes Awareness for Rare Disease Day on February 28

When Terry Colella’s 16-year old son was diagnosed with a rare disease that had no treatment or cure, she decided to take action and today their non-profit, Friends of FSH Research, will take part in a global movement to raise important awareness for Rare Disease Day®, February 28. As a 16 year old avid athlete […]

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LETTER | Houghton Can’t Sustain 3,300 Additional Car Trips/Day

Dear Editor, The City of Kirkland along with property owners and developers are advocating for huge and unnecessary growth within the Houghton/Everest shopping center footprint. The proposed rezoning would allow for growth only 20% smaller than the gigantic “Kirkland Urban” project currently under construction. The Houghton/Everest neighborhood is already stressed to the max by congestive […]

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Kirkland Chamber Of Commerce Selects Samantha St. John As Executive Director

The Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of Samantha St. John as the Executive Director. The appointment was made after a regional search process, in which St. John surfaced as thefrontrunner among 24 other applicants for the position. “There were many great applicants for the position, but Samantha’s prior experience […]

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