City of Kirkland City Manager's Office 123 5th Ave, Kirkland, WA98033 City of Kirkland City Manager's Office serves as the professional administrator of the city and is responsible for…More coordinating all day-to-day operations. Implementation of the policies established by the City Council requires a close working relationship with community organizations, the private sector and other governmental agencies. The City Manager's Office (CMO) is available to assist in connecting residents with the Kirkland City Council, building stronger, active neighborhoods.
City of Kirkland City Hall 123 5th Ave, Kirkland, WA98033 City of Kirkland City Hall is conveniently located off 5th Avenue. The City Hall provides business license inquiries,…More police and fire services, utility billing services, building permits. Contact City Hall for local events as well as news regarding the community.
City of Kirkland Public Works Department 123 5th Ave, Kirkland, WA98033 The City of Kirkland Public Works Department oversees the daily operations and maintenance activities of…More Kirkland's streets, water, sewage and storm drainage systems. The department focuses on maintaining efficient and reliable public works systems for the city. Its mission is to improve life for every person by maintaining an infrastructure that keeps Kirkland healthy, safe and vibrant<em>.</em>
City of Kirkland Municipal Court 11515 NE 118th St, Kirkland, WA98034 The City of Kirkland Municipal Court processes all criminal misdemeanor cases and all non-criminal traffic and parking…More citations for violations occurring within the city limits of Kirkland. It also provides court services for the cities of Clyde Hill, Medina, Hunts Point and Yarrow Point. The building houses the Public Defenders Office, and a Domestic Violence Victims Advocate is also available.
Kirkland Heritage Hall 203 Market St, Kirkland, WA98033 A historic landmark, Kirkland Heritage Hall stands proud at the beginning of Market Street just off Lake Washington…More Boulevard. Literally uprooted from nearby City Hall and driven to its new location, Heritage Hall was donated to the city and designated as a landmark in 2000. With a view of Lake Washington from the front of the building and lush gardens in the back, Heritage Hall has become one of Kirkland's top rental facilities. Upstairs is great for weddings, meetings or any kind of get together. Downstairs is office of the <a href="http://www.kirklandheritage.org">Kirkland's Heritage Society</a>, host to decades of the city's history. The outside veranda and expansive gardens offers the perfect backdrop for either an indoor or outdoor wedding or event.