Market, Norkirk, Highlands Neighborhood Plan & Market Street Corridor Plan Update 2019-2020
File No: CAM19-00112
In 2019-2020, the City of Kirkland Planning and Building Department, in coordination with the neighborhood associations in each area, is tasked with updating the Market, Norkirk and Highlands Neighborhood Plans and Market Street Corridor Plan. The purpose of a neighborhood plan is to establish a vision for each neighborhood over the next 20 years in context with the citywide goals and policies in the Comprehensive Plan. Now is a good opportunity for residents, property owners and business owners within these three neighborhoods to influence the future growth of these areas.
-Attend the June 19, 2019 Neighbor to Neighbor Workshop 6:30-8:30 pm at Kirkland City Hall Peter Kirk Room (lower level), 123 Fifth Avenue, Kirkland. The format for the evening will be separate group discussions for the Market, Norkirk, Highlands neighborhoods and Market Street Corridor about policy topics people would like the four plans to address for the future.
-Take the online survey until July 22
-Subscribe to receive email announcements (see box)
The goal is to combine the public involvement into one consolidated process to hear what people would like to see revised in their neighborhood plans. Throughout 2019-2020, staff will meet with the joint Working Group, attend neighborhood association meetings, provide opportunities to attend public meetings, to discuss potential issues in the neighborhood like land use, environment, transportation and other topics. Study sessions and a public hearing will be held with the Planning Commission. Based on public input, the Commission will make a recommendation on each plan to City Council for final adoption. For more information see the Neighborhood Planning Framework document.
Check the City’s Public Meeting Calendar
on the City of Kirkland website at https://www.kirklandwa.gov
for Planning Commission study sessions or other public meetings.
Do you have a topic or issue that you would like the City and Planning Commission to study during the process?
Submit your ideas with a brief description (in email or letter) June 15, 2019 to Janice Coogan (contact information below). Topics may include such issues as: changes in land use or zoning, desired pedestrian or bicycle connections etc.
-Requests for land use/rezone changes.
Application form is being developed.
-Submit written comments
to the Planning Commission at PlanningCommissioners@kirklandwa.gov
For more information contact
: Janice Coogan, Kirkland Planning and Building Department email@example.com
Below are links to the existing neighborhood and corridor plans within the Comprehensive Plan:
Market Neighborhood Plan
Norkirk Neighborhood Plan
Highlands Neighborhood Plan
Market Street Corridor Plan