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Like many cities, Kirkland was faced with decreasing local, state and federal transportation revenues, increasing construction costs, and continued growth of traffic on its streets. On November 6, 2012, Kirkland voters approved the Streets Levy to address this challenge. The Streets Levy will raise approximately $2.9 million annually to fund street maintenance and safety improvements for neighborhood streets and arterials, including resurfacing, pothole repair, pedestrian safety improvements, traffic calming projects, school walk route projects, sidewalks and crosswalk improvements.
The Streets Levy will raise approximately $2.9 million annually (beginning 2013) to fund:
Streets Levy Report 2019(PDF, 2MB)
Streets Levy Report 2018(PDF, 6MB)
Streets Levy Report 2017(PDF, 2MB)
Streets Levy Report 2016(PDF, 3MB)
Streets Levy Report 2015(PDF, 3MB)
Streets Levy Report 2014(PDF, 22MB)
Streets Levy Report 2013(PDF, 4MB)
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