Tag Archives | Recycling

Letter to the Editor | Taking Care of our Kirkland Parks

As the school year ends and warm weather begins, families move outside to enjoy the sunshine and the facilities at Kirkland’s parks and recreation areas. Grandparents, parents and children; pet owners; and sports enthusiasts enjoy the large variety of facilities through the city. When we include the waterfront, community, neighborhood and natural parks; select sports […]

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Boy Scout Christmas Tree Recycling – January 6 and 7

Troop 570 is having it’s annual Christmas Tree Recycling event on 1/6/17 and 1/7/17 at McAuliffe Park and curb side pick up in selected areas, see website for details. http://www.troop570.org/trees/ Option 1: Drop off at McAuliffe Park Saturday and Sunday, January 6th and 7th, 2018 (8:00 AM to 4:00 PM) McAuliffe Park is at 10824 […]

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City of Kirkland Receives Grant to Install Twenty-two New Recycling Bins in Local Parks

Kirkland residents should expect to see more recycling options in neighborhood parks this fall thanks to a partnership between the City of Kirkland’s Solid Waste Division, Waste Management, and a grant made possible by Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS) in collaboration with Keep America Beautiful (KAB). 

The Dr Pepper Snapple Group/Keep America Beautiful Park Recycling Bin Grant Program provided funding for 900 new recycling bins in public parks across the country in 2016, making recycling more accessible for Americans enjoying the outdoors…

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Trade Costumes at Kirkland’s Halloween Costume Swap

Get into the spirit of recycling by trading your old Halloween costumes for ones that are new-to-you at the City of Kirkland’s first Halloween costume swap.
To participate, first donate costumes, masks, and accessories at Kirkland City Hall from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the week of October 3rd to 7th. A collection bin will be in the lobby of City Hall. Gently worn costumes of all sizes – from baby to adult – will be accepted. Items should be clean and in good, wearable condition (e.g. no broken zippers, no unintentional rips or holes).

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