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Construction Projects

  • Capital Improvement Projects
    Caring for your infrastructure to keep Kirkland healthy, safe and vibrant.
  • Current Contract Ad & Award
    Vendors, consultants, contractors, and residents interested in following the status of capital construction or purchases by the City:
  • 100th Ave NE Bike Lanes
    Install New Bicycle Lanes, increase Bicyclist Safety, connect Regional Bicycle Facilities
  • 100th Avenue Northeast Corridor Design
    Improve safety for all users of corridor, increase efficiency at intersection with 132nd, maintain character of neighborhood
  • 52nd Street Sidewalk
  • 6th Street Sidewalks Improvement Project
    Provides continuous sidewalks, improves pedestrian connections, safety and livability, upgrades to meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements
  • 7th / 8th Avenues West Sewer Main Replacement
    Upgrade Existing Sewer Main, Increase Efficiency and Reduce, Maintenance Protect the Environment
  • 80th Street Water and Sewer mains
  • Central Way Pedestrian Enhancements
    Increase Pedestrian Safety, Promote Safe Pedestrian Practices
  • City Hall Parking Lot
  • City Hall Remodel
    City Hall gets a fresh look on the inside. Remodel begins Summer 2015.
  • Cochran Springs
    This project is aimed at reducing flood risks and improving fish habitat
  • Comment or Ask a Question About a CIP Project
    Your question/comment will be reviewed by the CIP staff and a staff member will follow up with you.
  • Cross Kirkland Corridor
    The Cross Kirkland Corridor is a 5.75 mile multi-modal transportation corridor traverses through the center of the City.
  • Crosswalk Upgrade Program
    Improve Sidewalk Connectivity, Enhance Pedestrian Facilities, Improve Safe School Walk Route
  • Elementary School Walk Route Enhancements
    Safe School Walk Routes, Continuous Sidewalk Facilities, Pedestrian Safety Education
  • Emergency Sewer Program
    Construct new sewer main to provide connections for aging septic systems. Protect land, water and property values
  • Fifth Avenue Sewer Main Replacement
    Kirkland's contractor will replace in March a six-inch sewer main with an eight-inch PVC pipe. The work will occur along a large portion of the trail extending off Fifth Avenue South from Seventh Street South to Eighth Street South.
  • Fifth Street Sewer
  • Fire Station 25
  • Forbes Creek Bridge Seismic Retrofit
  • Getting Around Regionally With WSDOT
    The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has launched a new website for this construction season to help drivers plan ahead and stay on top of impacts and closures.
  • Google Vicinity Projects
  • Greenways
  • Intelligent Transportation System
    Latest Traffic Monitoring Technology, Improved Traffic Flow and Safer Streets for Drivers, Pedestrians and Bicyclists
  • Juanita Creek Rockery Replacement
  • Juanita Drive Corridor Study
    Juanita Drive Corridor Study Master Plan page
  • Juanita Drive Quick Wins
  • Lakefront Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements
  • Lakeview School Walk Route Enhancement
    Improve Safe School Walk Route, Provide Continuous Sidewalk Facilities and Enhance the Pedestrian Experience
  • Marina Park Boat Launch
  • NE 112th Street Sidewalk
    Improve Safe School Walk Route, Provide Continuous Sidewalk and Enhance the Pedestrian Experience
  • NE 85th St Improvements
    NE 85th Street Improvement Project. The NE 85th St project resumed September 2014.
  • North Rose Hill sidewalk
  • Overlay
    2016 Overlay Street Resurfacing, Arterial, Road Construction Program
  • Park Lane Enhancements
    Park Lane's charm and walkability have eroded in the last decade.
  • Pavement Marking Program
    Maintain safe circulation on Kirkland streets and maintain vehicular, transit, bicycle and pedestrian safety
  • Peter Kirk Elementary Sidewalk
    Improve Safe School Walk Route, Provide Continuous Sidewalk and Enhance the Pedestrian Experience
  • Rose Point Lift Station
  • Seventh Avenue South Utilities
    Upgrades to the sewer, stormwater, water main & water utilities
  • Sidewalk Preservation
    Improve Sidewalk Connectivity, Enhance Pedestrian Facilities and Improve Safe School Walk Routes
  • Sixth Street Water Main
    Customer-demand for water will soon exceed the 8-inch concrete pipe’s capacity.
  • Slurry Seal
    A key part of the City's Annual Street Preservation Program designed to maximize the life of your neighborhood streets.
  • South Kirkland pedestrian bridge
  • Street Preservation
    The goal of Kirkland's annual street preservation program is to keep the City's 600 lane miles of roads in conditions that are cost-effective to maintain and functional for travel.
  • Suggest a Capital Improvement Project
  • Suggest a CIP Project Form
    Submit a capital improvement idea on the CIP project map or through our form
  • Tell Us How We Did on a CIP Project
    Please take a few minutes to help us measure our effectiveness in providing you with information and reducing impacts from construction.
  • Title VI Notification
    It is the City of Kirkland’s policy to ensure full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by prohibiting discrimination against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin or sex in the provision of benefits and services resulting from programs and activities.
  • Totem Lake Connector
  • Totem Lake Twin Culvert Replacement
    Repair surface water infrastructure, Protect Streets and Above Ground Facilities and Protect Habitat and Environment
  • Water and Sewer mains along Second Street South and Third Avenue South
  • Water System Improvement Project
    Upgrade Existing Watermain to Increase Efficiency and Reduce Maintenance, Provide Efficient System to Deliver High Quality Water and Preserve Water System Integrity
  • 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