Street closures scheduled for Kirkland Classic Car Show

Kirkland streets closed for Classic Car Show July 29

  • Thursday, July 26, 2018 10:30am
  • News

Commuters should expect traffic delays due to the Kirkland Classic Car Show to be held Sunday, July 29, in downtown Kirkland. Street closures and detours will be in place on Sunday from 5 a.m.-7 p.m.

The public boat launch will remain open, however boaters should expect delays. Event goers are encouraged to walk, bike, or carpool, and plan for their parking in advance. For public parking, including the Kirkland Municipal Garage, go to www.kirklandwa.gov/parking. For bus transportation, go to http://tripplanner.kingcounty.gov. For event information, go to www.explorekirkland.com.

The following street closures will be in effect on July 29:

  • Lake Street from Central Way to Kirkland Avenue Main Street from Central Way to Park Lane
  • Kirkland Avenue from Lake Street to city dock
  • Park Lane from Lake Street to 3rd Street
  • Lakeshore Plaza
  • Lake & Central and Lakeshore Plaza Parking Lots

Event organizers anticipate more than 10,000 car enthusiasts will attend the event which raises money for the Kirkland Downtown Association.

For permit information contact, Sudie Elkayssi, Special Projects Coordinator, City of Kirkland Parks & Community Services Department at 425-587-3347 or selkayssi@kirklandwa.gov.

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