Kirkland and Bellevue partner on CommutePool

July 15, 2018 by  

Kirkland is teaming up with Bellevue to bring self-driving vans to the area.

Staff members from [Read more]

Kirkland’s Summer Wine Walk coming

June 12, 2018 by  

Like its neighboring city of Woodinville, Kirkland is becoming known for its vineyards, and as a destination for people who love wines and wine tastings. In order to celebrate its increasing presence in the [Read more]

Kirkland considers designs for BRT station

May 19, 2018 by  

The Kirkland City Council recently saw two proposed designs for the I-405 Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) station, located in Kirkland at Northeast 85th Street.
More than two dozen different concepts were [Read more]

Pavilion at Marina Park to be named for Al Locke

April 13, 2018 by  

At a recent meeting, the Kirkland City Council voted to name the Marina Park pavilion after Allen Locke, Kirkland’s first city manager, according to an article in the [Read more]

Earthquakes detected in Kirkland

March 24, 2018 by  

Pacific Northwest Seismic Network scientists say they have recently detected a number of small earthquakes beneath Kirkland. The quakes have been located in different places, between just north of the city’s downtown and Moss Bay.

On March 1, at [Read more]

State money to fund Kirkland trails

February 16, 2018 by  

Kirkland will receive $2.5 million from the budget of the state capital to build a pedestrian and bicycle connector to join the Redmond Central Connector, the [Read more]

Volunteers build dog park in Kirkland

January 19, 2018 by  

Fences for Fido, a nonprofit organization based in Olympia, recently sent volunteers to the Lake Washington United Methodist Church in Kirkland to help build a dog park for dogs whose owners are homeless.

The park, which was [Read more]

Violin wizard to perform in Kirkland

December 15, 2017 by  

Geoffrey Castle, a musician known for his virtuoso playing of the six-string electric violin, is on his way to Kirkland for the 10th year in a [Read more]

Kirkland schedules 2017’s last Wine Walk

November 13, 2017 by  

Kirkland has held several Wine Walks in 2017, and now the last event of the year is on the schedule.

The event is [Read more]

Kirkland may change zoning

October 25, 2017 by  

After a group of six young people were forced to leave what they call their “dream home,” they asked the city to reconsider its zoning regulations. [Read more]

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