News and Updates
Vote in June for your Favorite Safer Routes to School Projects
In June, the city wants to get your input on their preliminary list of pedestrian safety projects. Which ones are the most important for your neighborhood/school? Anyone can vote, even if you don't have school age children.
You can find info on how to use the map and the voting process here. The map itself can be found here. To vote go to the map and click on "vote for your top 3 projects" at the top.
Voting can also be done by phone or email. Contact Kari Page at KPage@kirklandwa.gov or (425) 587-3875.
Watch our May Meeting Online
May 11th was our first ever fully-virtual neighborhood meeting! If you weren't able to join us on the live stream you can catch up with the video on our Meetings and Videos page.
How did the online meeting work for you? Let us know by emailing us at email@example.com.
Reduced Public Transit Service due to Coronavirus
The bus routes for our neighborhood are operating on a reduced schedule due to a dramatic decrease in demand. The best way to find out when your bus is coming is to text your stop number (which you'll see on the bottom left of the bus stop sign) to 62550.
To allow for social distancing from bus drivers metro is temporarily not collecting fares. Enter and exit through the back door of the bus when possible, no payment necessary.
Check the King County Metro website for more info and make sure to sign up for rider alerts to stay informed.
March 2020 Public Transit Changes
On March 21st many of our neighborhood bus routes have changed, including the 255 which now goes to the LINK station at UW instead of downtown. To find out more check out the videos in our Meetings and Videos tab and the King County Metro website.
2019-2020 Neighborhood Safety Project
Based on our survey, our neighborhood safety project for 2019/2020 was to propose that a rapid flashing beacon be added to the crosswalk across Central Way at the intersection of Central Way & Main St.
City Council funded this project at their April 2020 meeting. If bidding and construction isn't impacted by COVID-19 you can expect a rapid flashing beacon to be in place by June 2021. Find out more on our Neighborhood Safety Program page.
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2020 Meeting Dates
We meet the 2nd Monday of odd months, except for July.
Our 2020 meetings are:
Meetings are from 7 - 9 pm at Heritage Hall.
Live Stream Our Meetings on Facebook
Can't attend our meetings in person? We're trying something new this year. Starting in November 2019 we'll be live-streaming our meetings on Facebook. Like our page to be notified when a live-stream begins.