Kirkland Alliance of Neighborhoods (KAN) is a coalition of the City’s twelve neighborhood associations. KAN members include a designated representative and the chairs of the various associations who meet each month to share information on important city-wide issues and events. KAN is an effective voice in communicating neighborhood concerns to the appropriate City entity.
KAN’s Mission Statement:
The Kirkland Alliance of Neighborhoods (KAN) is a coalition of the City’s Neighborhood Associations. KAN fosters communication and awareness of issues affecting the neighborhoods among the Neighborhood Associations, the City and appropriate entities. KAN is an effective, collegial voice for the neighborhoods and a valued resource for the City.
For KAN meeting agendas, minutes, packets, and current information:
Kirkland Alliance of Neighborhoods Website
KAN Neighborhood Representatives
2nd Wednesday of every month, 7 p.m.
City Hall, Peter Kirk Room
123 5th Avenue
KAN coordinates with City staff to develop an annual educational program called Neighborhood U. Neighborhood U presents topics such as neighborhood community building, emergency preparedness, and City finances. Topics are intended to inform neighborhood leaders and residents about City government. Neighborhood U is open to all Kirkland residents.
Neighborhood U Sessions