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 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


  • 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