City facilities are open as of August 2, 2021 for public in-person services, with the exception of fire stations that will remain closed to the public until further notice. Many city services are available online. Find more information as well as resources for businesses and residents here:
We want to hear from you! We highly value community involvement in our decision making. Community conversations are opportunities for Kirkland community members to get involved in decisions that affect them. Each community conversation is focused around a specific topic, and City staff work to provide various opportunities and methods for community members to provide their perspective about the particular decision.
Learn how you can participate in the update of the Plan
A new plan for development, open space, and mobility connections near the planned Bus Rapid Transit station at NE 85th St & I-405.
Kirkland's Storm & Surface Water Division is updating the Surface Water Master Plan.
The Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan is a six-year guide and strategic plan for managing and enhancing park and recreation services.
A community-initiated amendment request is to develop a design program, development standards, and design guidelines for properties within the Bridle Trails Neighborhood Center consistent with Comprehensive Plan land use policy.
The City strives to create a Kirkland where Black people feel safe and respected and interpersonal, institutional or structural racism no longer exists.
COVID-19 Coronavirus Information
See how Development Services is responding to COVID-19.
Kirkland Parks Play it Safe Website