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.
In 2018, Kirkland voters passed the Enhanced Police Safety Services and Community Safety ballot measure, also known as Proposition 1. This safety measure allowed the Kirkland Police Department to provide additional services for the community.
One of the goals of the Prop 1 safety measure is to provide information about gun safety in order to reduce accidents involving firearms. Free safety education for firearm owners was requested by the community during gun safety and community safety discussions that took place in 2018. An educational video series has been created for those interested in learning more about firearm safety.
Video 1: Introduction
Video 2: Safety Rules
Next in the video series: Firearms in the Home
Free Gun Locks
As part of the program, KPD is offering complimentary gun locks to those who request one. If you live in Kirkland and would like a free gun lock, please send an email to email@example.com and include your name and mailing address.
Centers for Disease Control: About Firearm Violence Prevention
Lifewire: Domestic Violence and Guns
For more information about human services available to the community, go to the Human Services Resources page.
King County Lake Swimming Beach Data Program
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