City of Kirkland outdoor recreation activities canceled due to poor air quality

All outdoor recreation activities for today, Aug. 15 are canceled.

  • Wednesday, August 15, 2018 12:30pm
  • News

Due to poor air quality caused by smoke from regional wildfires, the City of Kirkland has canceled or postponed all outdoor recreation activities for today, Aug. 15.

The Peter Kirk Pool will be closed through the evening. No lifeguards will be on duty at Houghton Beach, Waverly Beach or Juanita Beach.

For more information on activity cancellations, please contact the Parks and Community Services department at (425) 587-3300.

For more information on air quality in the region, including advisories on ways to protect yourself, please visit www.AirNow.gov or the Washington State Department of Health website.

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