Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan(PDF, 2MB)
The Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) establishes a mutual understanding of authority, responsibilities, and functions within the City of Kirkland when responding to an emergency or disaster. The CEMP outlines the City's capability to respond to a disaster and the organizational structure under which response activities will take place. Updated 2015, next scheduled update 2021.
Hazard Mitigation Plan(PDF, 3MB)
The City partnered with King County Emergency Management along with 55 different cities, schools, hospitals, and utility districts to update the Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan at the County Level. Kirkland submitted the above city-specific annex to the Basic Hazard Mitigation Plan(PDF, 13MB). Updated 2019, next scheduled update 2024.
Snow and Ice Response Plan
Kirkland Public Works develops the City's Snow and Ice response plan to provide effective clear, consistent, and environmentally responsible guidelines and procedures to operate and maintain the transportation network while ensuring that the network functions as safely and efficiently as possible. See also the City's Snow Plow Route Map(PDF, 2MB) and Anti-Icing Route Map(PDF, 2MB).
COVID-19 Initial Response After Action Report(PDF, 1MB)
This report focuses on organizational impacts of the pandemic on City departments and the City's ability to maintain general government operations and service provision. The time period addressed in this plan is roughly from February 29 through May 31, 2020.