City of Kirkland and regional partners are asking community members to voluntarily use less water. Help by reducing outdoor watering, taking shorter showers, and turning off water when brushing teeth or shaving.
The GIS program is committed to providing access to its data resources, for external users and staff.
See the interactive mapping portal
Selected standard map products currently available include the following.
This map(PDF, 6MB) shows the parcels, schools, parks and City facilities.
This map(PDF, 5MB) shows where the Olympic Pipeline is located. It is intended to be used with Chapter 118 of the City’s Zoning Code.
This map(PDF, 4MB) shows the City's most recently adopted land use. The land use map is amended by ordinance on an annual basis.
This map(PDF, 7MB) shows the City of Kirkland's sensitive areas including, wetlands, streams (open and piped) and known salmonid locations. The sensitive areas boundaries shown on this map are approximate and have not been surveyed.
This map(PDF, 7MB) shows where the neighborhood areas in Kirkland.
For individual neighborhood maps, select from the list below menu.
The Emergency Routes map(PDF, 2MB) shows the priority routes that the Public Works Street Department will maintain during emergency events.
The Solid Waste Service map(PDF, 5MB) shows where garbage and recycling will be picked up during the week.
The Water and Sewer Service Area map(PDF, 6MB) shows the areas within the City that are served by the City of Kirkland, Northshore Utility District, City of Woodinville and the Woodinville Water District.
This map(PDF, 4MB) shows the City's most recently adopted zoning designations. Zoning map changes are adopted by ordinance. The number of changes per year varies. This map is the officially adopted zoning record for the City.
These maps of easy walks in various Kirkland neighborhoods are provided to you by the City of Kirkland and the defined neighborhood association in cooperation with Public Health - Seattle & King County. These maps were produced as part of a neighborhood series in 2005.
This map(PDF, 1MB) shows downtown amenities such as city facilities, historic sites, shops, dining, parking and tourist attractions.
This map should be used as a guide only as amenities can change periodically.
This map(PDF, 5MB) shows the location of flow control levels, to be used when determining storm drainage requirements for development. Areas are designated as either Level 1/Potential Direct Discharge or Level 2 Flow Control.
This map(PDF, 5MB) shows the shoreline management area environment designations for the City’s waterfront properties. It is intended to be used with Chapter 83 of the City’s Zoning Code.
This map(PDF, 7MB) shows the date of each annexed area into the City of Kirkland with the first annexation in 1921 to the present.
This map(PDF, 23MB) shows the latest orthophoto (flown Spring 2012) covering the City of Kirkland area. The City hires a vendor to update the photo every other year typically.
This map(PDF, 19MB) shows the 10-foot contour intervals for the City of Kirkland.
This map(PDF, 20MB) shows areas susceptible to deep and/or shallow-seated landslides within the City of Kirkland. It is intended to be used with Chapter 85 of the city’s Zoning Code.
This map(PDF, 4MB) shows the City’s priority anti-icing routes as determined by the Public Works Department in the event of a snow storm.
This map(PDF, 7MB) shows the priority routes to be cleared by the Public Works Street Department during wind storm events.
This map(PDF, 15MB) shows 2016 elevation data in a color-enhanced shaded relief collected and derived from lidar.
This map(PDF, 17MB) shows areas susceptible to liquefaction during an earthquake within the City of Kirkland.
Users are advised that these map images are of relatively low resolution for Internet publication; other options are available by contacting the city GIS Administrator. Please request GIS data from the public records request portal. Additional products will be available through this site in the near future.
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