Kirkland, Wash – Kirkland community members are invited to join a conversation on Thursday, December 6, from 6 to 8 p.m. at City Hall regarding how the City should respond to bike share bikes in our community, and how the City should respond to off-leash dogs.
From 6 to 7 p.m. community members will be asked how the City should respond to the introduction of bike share on the Eastside. Then from 7 to 8 p.m. attendees will be asked to provide input on how the City should respond to off-leash dogs in our community. Community members are welcome to attend one or both topics. Light refreshments will be provided. Community members that cannot attend the event on December 6, can also provide feedback through online surveys at https://www.research.net/r/kirklandoffleashdogs (off-leash dogs) or https://www.research.net/r/kirklandbikeshare (bike share pilot).
A report of community feedback will be presented to the City Council in early 2019. The Council will use the community feedback as it considers options on how to respond to these topics. More information about these topics can be found at www.kirklandwa.gov/bikesharepilot and www.kirklandwa.gov/offleashdogs.
The City will provide services upon request for reasonable accommodations for interpretive needs, auxiliary aids, or other services for effective communication for all meetings and events. Please provide requests at least one week in advance. The City will not charge an individual or their families for accommodation services. Reasonable accommodation requests can be sent to the ADA Coordinator: Chris Thomas, AThomas@kirklandwa.gov.