News and Updates
The City of Kirkland, in coordination with the community and businesses, is updating the Moss Bay Neighborhood Plan in the Kirkland Comprehensive Plan. The purpose of a neighborhood plan is to establish a vision for the next 20 years to define how to best manage household and job growth and within the context of citywide goals and policies in the Comprehensive Plan.
Now is a great opportunity for the residents and business community
within the neighborhood to make comment on the draft Moss Bay Plan.
Here’s how you can participate in the process:
1 206 337 9723 or +1 253 215 8782 or 877 853 5257 (Toll Free) or 888 475 4499 (Toll Free)
Webinar ID: 939 0425 2852
Sept Meeting minutes
is available on out Meetings and Videos page. Full video is also available on our Facebook page.
Video of our May Meeting
A full video of our May 10th, 2021 meeting is available to stream on the Meetings and Videos page.
Our next meeting is on September 13th. See you then!
We're Now Using Zoom for Our Virtual Meetings
As of May 2021 we're holding our virtual meetings via Zoom. We will no longer be live streaming our virtual meetings on Facebook or on our website, but if you miss a meeting you can still find the full video on the Meetings and Videos tab afterwards.
You'll need to be on our email list to get the invite link, so make sure to sign up using the form on this page. If you aren't on our email list but would like a link to the meeting please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Update on Our 2021 Neighborhood Safety Project
Our neighborhood safety project idea for this year, adding a rapid flashing beacon to the crosswalk at State St S and 2nd Ave S, was not selected for funding by the city. But it scored well and we're optimistic that it could be funded in future years if we decide to submit it again. We'll be choosing which project idea to submit for 2022 in the fall.
You can learn more about the project and the NSP on our Neighborhood Safety Program page.
Updates about the Google Phase III Development
This project broke ground on Monday, July 13th 2020. You can find updates, track progress and more on their website. Coming soon their website will also have a camera live streaming the construction site.
If you have questions or comments about the project you can contact: Dave Tomson, SRMKCCA Dev Manager at 509-991-1075.
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2021 Meeting Dates
We meet the 2nd Monday of odd months, except for July.
Our 2021 meetings are:
Meetings will be held online until we are permitted to resume in-person meetings at Heritage Hall.