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.
Neighborhood Greenways prioritize a select network of residential streets for people of all ages and abilities to feel safe to walk and ride bicycles. These are often streets with low speeds and volumes that can provide a comfortable alternative to bike lanes on busy arterials. Greenways often have signs, pavement markings and traffic control measures that enhance walking and bicycling safety and comfort. As such, driving an automobile on a greenway, by design, is less convenient than driving on the other streets.
Greenways Construction - Northeast 75th Street, 128th Avenue NortheastThe City of Kirkland begins construction spring 2021 on its first two neighborhood greenways. They are South Rose Hill's Northeast 75th Street corridor and North Rose Hill's 128th Avenue Northeast corridor.
Kirkland's Greenways Guidelines(PDF, 6MB)
This document establishes the outreach process and design standards for implementing neighborhood greenway projects.
Concepts for Public Art on Kirkland Greenways(PDF, 4MB)
In addition to providing safe connections between neighborhoods, Kirkland Greenways aim to utilize art to bring life to streets and communities. Through the use of permanent works of public art, neighbors can foster three important goals within the community:
King County Lake Swimming Beach Data Program
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