(Jan. 12) -- Work is on schedule for project completion in March. The grass will require an establishment period before the park will fully open.
(Aug. 17) -- Work is expected to begin on Monday, August 30, 2021.
(July 1) -- City Council, at their June 15 meeting, awarded the construction contract to Wyser Construction Company. Work is expected to begin on David Brink Park, which will close the waterfront park, by early-August.
(May 5) -- Bids will be opened for this project today. Construction is expected to begin in July, with the park being closed through the end of the year.
(March 25) -- Kirkland Engineering is working with the Planning and Building Department to obtain permits for this project. The project is expected to begin this summer and will close the park to the end of 2021.
(Nov. 5) -- The City of Kirkland expects contractors to begin bidding in January for an opportunity to renovate David Brink Park.
The City is improving safety and access for community members by removing its failing bulkhead, expanding its beaches and by repairing sections of the park's sidewalks and piers.
It's also improving habitat along the park's shoreline.