E-Government in Kirkland
The City of Kirkland is committed to providing online services to its residents.
With our portal or mobile application you can report non-emergency issues or notify the City of a concern – choose from a variety of topics such as reporting potholes, street lights out, graffiti, tree removal/pruning, contact City Council, code compliance/property maintenance, and more!
A popular communications for the City is our Kirkland E-Bulletins page. By selecting the topics of your choice, you will receive information via email about the specific topic. At any time you can change your subscriber preferences should you want to add or delete topics.
You can track permits online using Kirklandpermits.net
Over the Counter Permits can be purchased at www.mybuildingpermit.com
, a service of www.eCityGov.net
, a cooperative effort to bring regional electronic government to our geographic area.
Selected maps are currently available through our Geographic Information System (GIS) page.
Looking for a place to locate your business? Use NW Property.NET to locate commercial property online.
The Kirkland Police Department Online Reporting service lets you submit a non-emergency police report immediately and print a copy of the report for free. The service will walk you through the process of completing your police report.
Signup for Kirkland Parks and Recreation events online at KirklandParks.Net !
Kirkland's current catalog can also be accessed directly from our webpage or the Recreation Programs page.
Your can also pay your utility bill online.
Your specific questions can be directed to the City online via our ask a question form.
Our open positions are posted on our Employment Opportunities page.
Kirkland is also committed to maintaining a web site that is rich in content and helpful to residents. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any suggestions or comments you have about our site.