A public display called “Transit-Oriented Communities: A Blueprint for Kirkland and the Eastside” will be held at the Kirkland Public Library from February 22 to March 26. The transit-oriented communities display is 16 panels that visually and textually describe transit-oriented communities and how the communities can help local economies, working families, and the environment. Future wise is a "nonprofit advocacy group working to protect our rivers, lakes, and Sound; save habitat and local farms; expand transit and street choices; and build great, healthy communities."
Futurewise will hold a grand opening ceremony on Tuesday, February 22 at 3:30 p.m. in the Kirkland Public Library. The public is invited to attend to hear and talk with Futurewise staff, local public officials, and others about transit-oriented communities and related current projects in Kirkland such as the proposed South Kirkland Park and Ride redevelopment.
WHAT: Grand Opening of “Transit-Oriented Communities: A Blueprint for Kirkland and the Eastside” DAY: Tuesday, February 22 TIME: 3:30-5:00 p.m. WHERE: Kirkland Public Library