Kirkland 2035 Survey: How are we doing?

City of Kirkland

123 – Fifth Avenue
Kirkland, WA 98033

Are you engaged in the Kirkland 2035 initiative? City seeks your opinion about communications

Online survey available through Sept. 30: Survey Webpage

Contact: Marie Jensen
City Manager’s Office
(425) 587-3021

September 8, 2014

KIRKLAND, Wash. – In early 2013, the City of Kirkland initiated a comprehensive public involvement campaign – “Kirkland 2035. Your Voice. Your Vision. Your Future.” – to engage community members in the future planning of Kirkland.  The goal of the communications program is to offer a variety of methods to inform, engage, consult and collaborate with residents, businesses, community organizations, and other stakeholders.  Those who have participated in the Kirkland 2035 campaign are asked to take a brief survey by September 30, 2014 regarding the effectiveness of the City’s communications at Survey results will help to improve future city communications endeavors and will be shared with the City Council.

The Kirkland 2035 campaign includes the update to the City’s Comprehensive Plan and several long-range plans that establish goals and policies and identify potential future transportation, parks, and water quality projects.  Since the initiation of the campaign, the City Council has adopted the Cross Kirkland Corridor Master Plan, Juanita Drive Corridor Study, Urban Forestry Management Plan, Totem Lake Park Master Plan, and the Transfer of Development Rights Study.  The City has hosted several public involvement events, developed printed materials, created educational videos, and maintained a comprehensive website.  For more information visit

Janice Coogan, Senior Planner
City of Kirkland Planning and Community Development
(425) 587-3257
For general information visit the City of Kirkland website at

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