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.
The City participates in the provision of many utilities. Such utilities include trash, recycling and compost; water and sewer; and stormwater.
Find out what you can recycle, compost, and throw away curbside. Food scrap services for businesses, apartments, and condos. Learn how to reduce waste.
Resources to help homeowners and home renters. Learn about natural yard care, drainage, landscaping, solar, zoning codes, and more.
Learn about your neighborhood. Meet representatives from your neighborhood. Find our what is happening in your neighborhood.
Kirkland's parks, trails, and beaches are a popular destination for many. These destinations are beautiful and accessible. The online parks guide describes each in detail.
Lots of options for getting around Kirkland. Learn about biking, walking, community vans, parking, and City facilities.
The City departments provide many services. Each service lists from A to Z. Search these services by phrase or keyword.
Whether with fur, scales, or feathers, pets bring so much to our lives. Here’s what you need to know about pet ownership in Kirkland and other animal issues.
The City provides services for unsheltered people, basic needs services, resources, affordable housing, and inclusion forums for all.
Fire and Police providing welfare and protection for residents and visitors of Kirkland. Learn about emergency preparedness, crimes in the area, crime prevention, and more.
Get involved, make an impact, and meet fellow residents by volunteering for Kirkland.
How to help the environment and keep Kirkland green, livable, walkable, and vibrant.
King County Lake Swimming Beach Data Program
View more details about our current operations