KIRKLAND, Wash. –The City of Kirkland is conducting its biennial community survey to find out what people in Kirkland think about how their City government is doing and what services are most important. Calls were made over the past few weeks to a statistically valid, random sample of residents. For those who were not contacted in the random sample but who still want to participate, an online survey
is now available. Please complete the online survey by June 1, 2016.
Results of the phone survey will be supplemented by the results of the online survey. The community survey is conducted every two years.
The information collected in the surveys helps measure community priorities and governmental performance, and provides a valuable tool for City leaders as they make decisions about Kirkland’s future. For questions, contact Marilynne Beard at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (425) 587-3008.
Contact: Marilynne Beard, Deputy City Manager
City Manager’s Office