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City Work Program

Renovate Fire Station 25, construct new Station 24, and site new Station 27 to further the goals of Public Safety and Dependable Infrastructure.

Explore potential ballot measures for Fire Station modernization and public safety operations to further the goals of Public Safety, Dependable Infrastructure and Financial Stability.

Facilitate Community Policing through implementation of Police Strategic Plan to further the goals of Public Safety and Neighborhoods.

Fund capital investments to support growth in Totem Lake Urban Center to further the goals of Economic Development, Balanced Transportation, Parks, Open Spaces and Recreational Services.

Partner with Sound Transit, the State Department of Transportation and King County Metro Transit to ensure that investments along I-405 serve Kirkland’s mobility needs to further the goals of Balanced Transportation, Economic Development.

Partner with A Regional Coalition for Housing, churches and non-profits to construct a permanent women and family shelter in Kirkland to further the goals of Human Services and Housing.

Implement the Cross Kirkland Corridor Master Plan focused on the Totem Lake Connector and South Kirkland Park and Ride connection to further the goals of Balanced Transportation, Parks, Open Spaces and Recreational Services, Economic Development, Neighborhoods.

Expand Maintenance Center capacity to meet the service needs of the larger City to further the goals of Dependable Infrastructure, Parks, Open Spaces and Recreational Services.

Procure a new solid waste contract and engage King County and Kirkland residents to determine the future of the Houghton Transfer Station and Houghton Landfill to further the goals of Environment and Dependable Infrastructure.

Replace the City’s core financial and human resources software to further the goal of Financial Stability.
Enhance resident and business engagement in Kirkland through community-based initiatives that foster a safe, inclusive and welcoming City and a love of Kirkland to further the goals of Public Safety, Neighborhoods and Economic Development.

Enhance resident and business engagement in Kirkland through community-based initiatives that foster a safe, inclusive and welcoming City and a love of Kirkland to further the goals of Public Safety, Neighborhoods and Economic Development.

(Adopted February 21, 2017 via Resolution R-5239)

City Council Staff Memo RE: Resolution R-5239 (PDF)  
Video Link to City Council Meeting tv_camera (Select Item # Item 10c)


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