Kirkland Home Tour, Saturday, Sept. 17

Please join us for a long awaited Kirkland Home Tour, “Now and Then”, Saturday, September 17 from 10-4:00. You’ll have a chance to see four historic homes and three LEED certified or built green properties. The historic Marsh Mansion, two 1930’s log houses, and one of the original 1889 homes built by Peter Kirk’s Kirkland […]

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Calling all Class of ’76 Kangs

We are having our 40th Reunion October 1st.  We can’t believe it has been that long either.

We have planned a casual evening at Matthews Cellars Winery in Woodinville.  The cost is $50.00 and covers a delicious meal catered by Armadillo Barbeque, non-alcoholic drinks by Talking Rain, and a DJ playing tunes from our era.  No-host bar will be available.

We will have a slideshow/video of pictures from our past.  We promise no silly contests like who has the most grandkids or has the grayest hair. This is just an evening to visit with the people from our formative years.  Dress is casual, or if you are so inclined, dress ‘70’s style.

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LETTER | Can’t get service? Complain

Kirkland’s Compliance with the law is based on Complaints.


I recently requested service from Kirkland.  I didn’t get it.  I was advised that in order for the City to investigate compliance with its laws, I would have to complain.


Staff is not doing its job to enforce the many laws the Council have passed but don’t enforce until a complaint is filed.  Instead of Staff checking compliance, apparently all of Kirkland’s citizens must become squealers.  Staff, not citizens should enforce what the Council adopted.  Council should stop passing laws that requires citizens to become squealers to be enforcers.

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Hazard Quest; Kirklanders invited to participate

  Wondering about landslide risk in your neighborhood?  How about slumping, sloughing, and seeps? The Office of Emergency Management is part of the City of Kirkland Geo Hazards Mapping Team which is partnering with the University of Washington in an initiative to identify geographic hazards in the city. Kirkland residents are invited to participate in […]

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City Seeks Suggestions for Neighborhood Safety Projects

Projects will improve safety and livability throughout the City


The City’s Neighborhood Safety Program (NSP) is accepting ideas for projects that will improve the safety and livability in neighborhoods throughout the City. Kirkland residents are encouraged to submit their ideas through the Capital Improvement Projects “Suggest-a-Project” database which is found on the City of Kirkland website. Projects submitted through September, will be considered for the 2017 funding cycle. The NSP funds projects under $50,000, but all ideas are welcomed. The City reviews and responds to all suggestions and will notify those submitting projects if they meet the NSP parameters. All suggestions will be shared with the respective Neighborhood Association and posted on the City’s web site.

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