City facilities are open as of August 2, 2021 for public in-person services, with the exception of fire stations that will remain closed to the public until further notice. Many city services are available online. Find more information as well as resources for businesses and residents here:
On February 21, 2017 the City Council adopted Resolution R-5240 declaring Kirkland a safe, inclusive, and welcoming community for all people. Since that time, the City has embarked on several initiatives related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging across all City departments.
Helping Kirkland be a more safe, inclusive, and welcoming place for all people.
How the City can incorporate input from and build better environmental outcomes for all people in Kirkland
Information and application for the Kirkland Police Department Black Community Advisory Committee.
The resources on this page are intended to serve as a ‘toolkit’ for businesses and organizations in the spirit of this commitment.
The City strives to create a Kirkland where Black people feel safe and respected and interpersonal, institutional or structural racism no longer exists.
To express solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander community in Kirkland and beyond.
The City of Kirkland is committed to ensuring that Kirkland is a diverse and inclusive community that is concerned for the welfare of all community members and where everyone is respected, valued, and has a sense of belonging.
The City of Kirkland has proclaimed June as “Pride Month” in Kirkland since 2019 to celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual members of our community.
AFTS Data Issue - Frequently Asked Questions
COVID-19 Coronavirus Information
See how Development Services is responding to COVID-19.
Kirkland Parks Play it Safe Website