February 8, 2019
Visit Crisis Connections or call 211 provides information regarding housing, food and other resources
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December 11, 2018
Kirkland, Wash – During their meeting on Tuesday, December 11, the City Council adopted the $793 million 2019-20 budget for the City of Kirkland.
“On behalf of the Council, we want to once again thank Kirkland voters for their support of Proposition 1 this past November,” said Mayor Amy Walen and Public Safety Committee Chair Penny Sweet. “Your support of Proposition 1 has allowed the City to direct important resources in this biennial budget toward addressing property crimes, increasing school safety, and funding services for mental health, homelessness and gun safety”...(read more)
October 16, 2018
KIRKLAND, Wash. (October) –Earlier this month, the King County Department of Community and Human Services, Housing and Community Development announced approval of capital funding in the form of a loan of up to $2,000,000 to construct the shelter located in Kirkland for women and families with children experiencing homelessness...(read more