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Kirkland News Room

Neighborhood Safety Projects now in construction

Improvements resulted from 2016 Neighborhood Safety Program

Kari Page
Senior Neighborhood Services Coordinator
Capital Improvement Program/Public Works or (425) 587-3011

KIRKLAND, Wash. – Construction of eight Neighborhood Safety Program projects began in March and will continue through April.NSP Project map

The projects under construction in March and April include:

Finn Hill: Extruded curb along 87th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 134th Street
Evergreen Hill: Crosswalk island on 124th Avenue Northeast at 142nd Place
Norkirk: Sight distance improvement at 15th Avenue and 4th Street
Market: Rapid Flashing Beacon on Market Street at 7th Avenue West
Central Houghton: Rapid Flashing Beacon on 108th Avenue Northeast at 62nd Street
Juanita: Trail lighting and gravel on walkway to NE 126th Street from North Kirkland Community Center
Juanita: Trail connection from Forbes Creek Drive to the Cross Kirkland Corridor
Everest: Gravel walkway along 8th Street South and Railroad Ave to the Cross Kirkland Corridor

The Neighborhood Safety Program reenergizes Neighborhood Associations by empowering them to work collaboratively to identify, prioritize and address pedestrian and bicycle safety issues in Kirkland neighborhoods.

The Program is funded by the voter approved 2012 Streets Levy ($150,000 per year) and City Council’s Walkable Kirkland Initiative ($200,000 per year until 2020).

More information is available online about the 2016 Neighborhood Safety Program Projects or search “Neighborhood Safety Program” on