The 2012 Streets Levy will raise approximately $2.9 million annually (beginning 2013) to fund Street Preservation, including resurfacing, pothole repair and safety improvements for neighborhood streets and arterials, pedestrian safety improvements, traffic calming projects, Safe Walks to School, and crosswalk improvements.
Program Overview: The City of Kirkland, Public Works Capital Projects Division, maintains and improves the City's water, sewer, and surface water utilities and transportation systems including streets, sidewalks, intersections and non-motorized facilities. These Capital Improvement Program projects provide permanent structural improvements or restoration for the City's infrastructure while ensuring efficient use of public funds.
Capital Improvement Program: The City of Kirkland Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a plan that addresses construction, repair, maintenance and acquisition of major capital facilities and equipment. This summary document and the accompanying Project Detail document, provides tools for public comment and City Council review regarding projects planned for the next six years.
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