In this first video, Mayor Penny Sweet explains why it’s so important to get involved in the 2023-2024 budget process:
In video two of our series, Deputy Mayor Jay Arnold talks about how planning and economic development are crucial to sustaining Kirkland’s quality of life:
In our third video, Councilmember Neal Black shares about important investments Kirkland’s making to advance diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging:
In video four of our series, Councilmember Kelli Curtis talks about how keeping Kirkland’s parks beautiful and accessible to all fits into the overall City budget:
In our next video, Councilmember Amy Falcone shares how the City helps people with food, housing, behavioral and mental health, older adult services, youth and family services, and much more:
In the sixth video, Councilmember Jon Pascal talks about how the budget supports making improvements to the way we get around:
In our final video, Councilmember Toby Nixon explains that, of the many services the City of Kirkland provides to the community, public safety is among the most critical:
Erika Mascorro, la gerente de Diversidad, Equidad, Inclusión, y Pertenecer de la ciudad de Kirkland - ¿Qué es lo que más te importa?
Erika Mascorro, la gerente de Diversidad, Equidad, Inclusión, y Pertenecer de la ciudad de Kirkland - ¿Cuáles programas son los más importantes para ti?