About the Moss Bay Neighborhood Association
Kirkland is divided into 13 Neighborhood Associations. The purpose of the Associations are to create a sense of community and to function as links to the city government.
The Moss Bay Neighborhood Association communicates with residents through in-person meetings, this website, and email updates. Communications to the Association include information from Kirkland City Council, staff and regional government, and news about business and other topics that impact our quality of life.
In turn, the Neighborhood Association is a means of communicating preferences, requests and concerns to the City Council and staff. This communication occurs when City staff attends our in-person meetings, through City programs and online.
City funding is available to the Moss Bay Neighborhood through the Neighborhood Safety Program and grants. You are encouraged to participate in in Moss Bay meetings and communications so that you have a voice in how these funds are spent.
We meet the 2nd Monday of odd months
We meet the 2nd Monday of odd months, but take the month of July off.
Meetings are from 7 - 9 pm at Heritage Hall:
203 Market St, Kirkland, WA 98033
Moss Bay Neighborhood Association Officers
Brad Haverstein, Chair
Uzma Butte, Co-Chair
Uzma Butte has been a member of the Kirkland Parks Board since 2018. She and her family have lived in the Moss Bay Neighborhood for a total of 9 years. Uzma has served on the boards of a couple non-profits in Kirkland and has volunteered on several occasions with the Kirkland Downtown Association and with city wide events such as Nourishing Networks, gun-safety etc. She is also a graduate of the CERT program and is hoping to have more families in the Moss Bay neighborhood participate in safety and catastrophe drills.
Aimee Voelz, Secretary
Leslie Keller, Treasurer
Alex Chen, Member at Large
My name is Alex Chen and after living in Seattle for many years my family and I moved into the neighborhood last year and just love it here. Originally from Canada, I have had the pleasure of living in a dozen different cities from NYC to Mountain View, CA. Even though my office is just in Downtown Kirkland, I am learning there is so much to the neighborhood I have yet to explore and want to contribute to help keep our community dynamic, safe and inclusive for everyone. Professionally, my expertise is in market research and data analysis and hope to better connect with Kirkland and our community.
Zoe Haverstein, Member at Large
Zoe has been volunteering with the Moss Bay Neighborhood Association since 2019. She has helped with marketing, communications and technology. So far, Zoe has been focused on making meetings accessible to more people in our community, transportation and safety projects, and emergency preparedness. You may not notice Zoe in our meetings, but she's often the person behind the camera handling our recording and live streaming.
Bea Nahon, Member at Large
22+ year resident of Moss Bay Neighborhood. CPA by day (and night) & active volunteer for MBNA & the City of Kirkland, including serving as Kirkland Alliance of Neighborhoods (KAN) rep for MBNA and on the City’s Small Business Relief Fund team. Past Co-Chair for MBNA & for KAN. Board member & committee member for several nonprofit organizations. Passionate about all things neighborhood-related, economic recovery post-COVID, rescue animals & theater.
Don Winters, Member at Large
Don has been living in Moss Bay and involved with the Moss Bay Neighborhood Association since its founding in 1997. Was Chair or Co-chair for ten years. Don is also a member of the Kirkland Heritage Society.
- Zoe Haverstein
- Brad Haverstein