Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator
Kirkland's Capital Improvement Program continues to lay the groundwork for a safe, healthy and vibrant community. This year, the program's project engineers are managing a variety of projects. They include a Juanita Drive makeover, several upgrades to water and sewer mains throughout the city, the design for a safer and more efficient 100th Avenue Northeast. These projects also include the paving of several sections of Kirkland's busier streets, as well as the sealing of 15 lane-miles of neighborhood roads. This year, the Capital Improvement Program will design Kirkland's first bicycle and pedestrian greenways--along Northeast 75th Street and 128th Avenue Northeast.
These are a few examples of the two dozen projects Kirkland's Capital Improvement Program is actively managing this year.
Capital Improvement Program
All of these projects are detailed in Kirkland's 2017 - 2022 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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