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Capital Improvement Projects

The Capital Improvement Program administers a range of major projects throughout Kirkland, including the railroad removal along the Cross Kirkland Corridor, installation of Rapid Flashing Beacons at 19 crosswalks throughout the City and water main and sewer main replacements.

UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Cross Kirkland Corridor Interim Trail: Groundbreaking
June 28, 2014
10 am - 12 pm
on Corridor at South Kirkland Park & Ride
(News Release)
Northeast 120th Street Extension


Other Agencies
I-405 Express Toll Lanes
SR-520 Expansion

Juanita Drive Overlay in Kenmore


CONTACT INFORMATION

Christian Knight
Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator
(425) 587-3831

2014 in the Capital Improvement Program

By the end of 2014, Kirkland's residents will have a new road to connect them from Slater Avenue Northeast to 124th Avenue Northeast. They'll have new sidewalks along Northeast 85th Street and a new interim trail they can ride or walk from the South Kirkland Park and Ride to the Totem Lake Park.

These are just three of the 20 or so projects Kirkland's Capital Improvement Program will complete this year and three of the 82 projects its engineers are currently managing.

Those projects run the gamut, from upgrading Kirkland's traffic signals with Intelligent Transportation Technology to designing Park Lane's new plaza-style street.

They include projects made possible by the Streets Voters passed the 2012 Street Levy, also called Proposition 1, Nov. 6, 2012.Levy, which voters approved in the Nov. 6, 2012 election. That levy is doubling Kirkland's ability to keep its roads in reparable conditions, while making walking and bicycling safer.

Capital Improvement Program

All of these projects are detailed in Kirkland's 2013 - 2018 Capital Improvement Program, which includes nearly 350 City Council-approved projects. 

All of these make Kirkland a better place to live, play and traverse. And they improve the City through four primary means: acquisition, maintenance, repair or construction.

Fewer than half of these projects, however, currently have the funding to make them happen. The rest--nearly 200 of them--are unfunded.

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The Capital Improvement Program's interactive map details funded and unfunded capital projects. It also serves as a portal for residents who want to suggest a capital project.

Alternate Formats: Persons with disabilities may request materials in alternative formats —please call Kari Page, Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator at 425-587-3011 or KPage@kirklandwa.gov . Persons with hearing impairments may access the Washington State Telecommunications Relay Service at 711.

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Public Works
Engineering
Mon-Fri, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
123 5th Avenue, Kirkland WA 98033
Operations & Maintenance
Mon-Fri, 6:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
915 8th St, Kirkland WA 98033

General Inquiries
E-mail: publicworks@kirklandwa.gov
Engineering: T. 425.587.3800 | F. 425.587.3807
Operations & Maintenance: T. 425.587.3900 | F. 425.587.3902