Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator
• Maintain safe circulation on Kirkland streets
• Maintain vehicular, transit, bicycle and pedestrian safety
Update (June 21, 2016) -- Kirkland’s striping contractor begins on June 27 restriping the City’s crosswalks, medians and curbs. Specialized Pavement Marking will work at night and will start in the center of Kirkland and work its way out. The contractor expects to finish by the second week of August.
The goal of the Annual Striping Program is to maintain markings that identify travel lanes and other guidance markings for auto, pedestrian, bicycle, transit and other forms of transportation. The program will result in restriping for more than 30 miles of collector and arterial streets throughout the City. The project is typically divided in two phases:
- Phase 1 consists of restriping all lane lines with all other pavement marking removal and installation work and downtown curb painting.
- Phase 2 consists of restriping lane lines on arterial and collector streets.
Striping typically beings in July and is anticipated to be complete in August.
Caring for your infrastructure to keep Kirkland healthy, safe and vibrant.