Kirkland City Update Q4 Edition now available online

The latest edition of City Update, the official newsletter of the City of Kirkland, is now available online at www.ci.kirkland.wa.us/cityupdate. Limited copies will be available at City Hall, City community centers and local libraries.

Feature articles include:

  • 2011-2012 Budget Adopted; Service Reductions in Effect
  • Neighborhood News: Norkirk Neighborhood Seeks Volunteers for Care of Traffic Circles
  • Insider’s View: Volunteers’ Time & Talent Add to Kirkland’s Quality of Life
  • South Kirkland Park & Ride: Proposed Transit-Oriented Development Regulations
  • Giving Priority to Road Maintenance During Winter Weather

Highlights:

  • Totem Lake Action Plan Adopted
  • News You Can Use:  Reporting Street Light Repair, Pay Extra on Your Utility Bill to Help Others, Tourism Photo Contest Coming Soon
  • 6th Street & Central Way Improvements Project
  • Transit Center Update
  • Just Installed: Electronic Readerboard Signs
  • Traffic Collision Reports Available Online
  • City Council Considers EMS Transport Fee Program
  • Kirkland Residents Participate in Pilot Energy Savings Program