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Interim Trail
The CKC Interim Trail officially opened in January 2015 and Connections Map JPGoffers crushed, compact gravel extending from 108th Ave. NE up to Slater Ave. NE.

Looking for places to access the Interim Trail and find parking?  Check the "CKC Trail Connections Map" and know that we are working to improve the map.


Trail Use Rules

  • Pets must be on a leash and owners must pick up after their pets
  • Respect private property by staying on the trail
  • Pass other trail users on the left and give a verbal warning before you do
  • Motorized vehicles and horses are not allowed
  • Use the trail during daylight hours only
Fencing is installed along sensitive areas for your safety.  Additionally, you'll appreciate the improvements to the following road crossings: 
  • 132nd Avenue NE (trail connection to existing sidewalk)
  • 128th Avenue NE (sidewalk, cross-walk, lighting, rapid-flashing pedestrian beacons)
  • 120th Avenue NE (sidewalk, cross-walk, lighting, rapid-flashing pedestrian beacons)
  • NE 112th Street (sidewalk, cross-walk, lighting, rapid-flashing pedestrian beacons)
  • NE 110th Street (sidewalk, cross-walk, lighting, rapid-flashing pedestrian beacons)
  • NE 87th Street (sidewalk, cross-walk, lighting, rapid-flashing pedestrian beacons)
  • Kirkland Ave (connections to existing sidewalks)
  • 6th Street South (sidewalk, cross-walk, lighting, rapid-flashing pedestrian beacons)
  • NE 52nd Street (sidewalk, cross-walk, lighting, rapid-flashing pedestrian beacons)
  • 108th Avenue NE (trail connection to existing sidewalk)
  • NE 124th Street/Totem Lake Blvd. (sidewalk, wayfinding)  

See you on the CKC!

Corridor Improvements by SRM Development:

Google currently occupies several office buildings on 6th Street South and is expanding with the construction of a new 180,000 sq. ft. two story office building (to the west of the existing campus). As part of the expansion, the property owner of Google, SRM Development, is making improvements to 6th Street South and 5th Place South, contributing to a sidewalk along 6th Street South and installing a new sidewalk along the south side of 7th Avenue So to State Street.

SRM is making the Cross Kirkland Corridor Master Plan a reality between the two Google buildings. The plans for these public amenities include a 16 foot wide hard surface trail, a meandering secondary trail, a basketball court, resting and gathering spots, trees, beachy dunes with a volley ball court, and a children’s play structure. The Family Fitness and Play Area was dedicated to the public on August 31, 2015.

City Council Awards Construction Bid: On June 3, 2014, the City Council awarded the construction bid to Rodarte Construction, Inc., of Auburn, WA, in the amount of $2,099,175.00.

Quarter Mile Markers Installed:
Quarter mile markers were installed along the Corridor in March 2014. They will remain during the life of the Interim Trail.

Rail Removal and Salvage: The City contracted with A & K Railroad Materials to remove and salvage the rails and ties on the Cross Kirkland Corridor making way for construction of an interim trail. Rail salvage began at the end of August 2013 and was complete at the end of October 2013.

Page updated: Nov. 25, 2015