City facilities are open as of August 2, 2021 for public in-person services, with the exception of fire stations that will remain closed to the public until further notice. Many city services are available online. Find more information as well as resources for businesses and residents here:
Each year, our vehicles release more than 7 million quarts of motor oil and other petroleum-related products into lakes, rivers, streams and the Puget Sound. Most of the toxic pollution entering waterways comes from small motor oil drips from cars and trucks.
Stopping leaks at their source is the best way to end the oil damage to our local waterways, wildlife, and habitat.
Call our 24/7 pollution and flooding hotline
For non-emergency drainage or stormwater concerns, visit Our Kirkland
Public Works - City Hall
123 5th Ave
Kirkland, WA 98033
Find a free leak inspection site and discounted repairs near you.
Allowing vehicle fluids to enter the street and storm drain is against the law (KMC 15.52.90) and could be subject to clean-up cost recovery charges and fines.
AFTS Data Issue - Frequently Asked Questions
COVID-19 Coronavirus Information
See how Development Services is responding to COVID-19.
Kirkland Parks Play it Safe Website