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The theme is “All You Need is Love.”
Following the incident, the city is looking to change protocol, enact new trainings and more.
John Wilson stopped by the Peter Kirk Community Center Friday, Jan. 10.
In January, students will be paying homage to the Beatles, Black Sabbath, Chris Cornell and others.
Mayor Penny Sweet and deputy mayor Jay Arnold will continue in their roles.
On Jan. 29, Kirkland Emergency Management is offering Emergency Preparedness for Pets.
The Kirkland City Council was briefed on K Line progress at a December meeting.
Mike Weinstein has lived in the Finn Hill Neighborhood with his wife for the last 38 years.
Falcone will start in her position this month.
Once complete, the bathhouse will be open year-round.
The city council was updated on recent implicit bias trainings undergone by Kirkland staffers.
It begins at 4:15 p.m. at Marina Park.
Drivers should expect traffic delays.
The rideshare pilot is part of King County Metro’s Community Connections project.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Dec. 9.
Both are part of Kirkland’s safer routes to school plan.
The event begins and ends at Marina Park.
Council and city staff are finalizing a citywide transportation connections map.
The traditional event, put on by the city and the downtown association, lasts from 3 to 6 p.m.
At its Nov. 6 meeting, city council received an updated on the 2019-20 snow plan.