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.
Kirkland is made up of numerous vibrant neighborhoods, each with their own unique character. On this page you can find out what neighborhood you live in, information about your neighborhood and meet representatives from your neighborhood association. You can also learn more about construction projects and events happening in your neighborhood by utilizing the "What's happening near me map."
Find out about crime prevention in your neighborhood.
View current and past neighborhood plan updates.
The Neighborhood Services Program supports civic engagement for the City of Kirkland.
Maps of easy neighborhood walks throughout the City of Kirkland.
Kirkland's community centers provide quality programs for all ages and abilities including preschoolers, youth, teens, adults, and seniors.
Suggest a capital project for the City of Kirkland to consider adding to its Capital Improvement Program list of projects.
Learn more about land use and construction projects happening in Kirkland.
Learn more about Kirkland's 3 Community Gardens (Pea Patches) and find out how to sign up for one.
Don't know what neighborhood you live in? Check out our neighborhood map to find out.
Find my Neighborhood
King County Lake Swimming Beach Data Program
View more details about our current operations