City of Kirkland Seeks Community Feedback with Online Survey

Published on May 16, 2024

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David Wolbrecht
Communications Program Manager
(425) 587-3021

The City of Kirkland today published its online biennial Community Survey to gauge community perspectives about the quality of life in Kirkland, satisfaction with City government services, and priorities for the future. All Kirkland community members are encouraged to take the online 2024 Community Survey at

“Listening to and understanding community feedback is a priority of the City of Kirkland,” said Councilmember Amy Falcone.  “One of the more comprehensive ways the City does this is by conducting a community survey every two years. These important data are very helpful for the work the Council is doing to develop the City’s budget for the next two years.  Please take a moment and let us know your perspective.”

A phone and text-to-web version of the community survey was recently administered to a random sample of Kirkland residents.

For over a decade, the City has conducted a version of this survey every two years as part of its budget process. The results from both the online survey and the phone survey will be presented to the City Council at upcoming Council meetings. The results will inform the Council about the community’s sentiments on various issues in Kirkland in preparation for the Council’s adoption of their 2025-2026 biennial budget later this fall.

The online survey will close on May 30, 2024.