Jul 29, 2014

Kirkland Updates Large Construction 'Hot Sheet'

Find out what that big excavation is all about, where to avoid street work and which private developments are moving forward.


The City of Kirkland has issued an update of its large projects “Hot Sheet,” providing a wealth of information on major private and public capital projects across town.

Wondering about that jackhammer noise, or which intersections are likely to be busy with equipment and crews when you have to drive somewhere? You’ll find it all on the hot sheet, attached here as a PDF file and listing by neighborhood big projects in design stages, approaching construction and underway.

It includes street and sidewalk work, modernizations by the Lake Washington School District, private development such as the McLeod mixed-use project downtown and the plan to tranform the Cross Kirkland Corridor from a rail line to a trail.

The Hot Sheet is updated regularly, the last time in late March. You can move around the hot sheet by clicking on the project number on the map or in the Table of Contents. You can find the Hot Sheet on city’s Neighborhoods web pages here (look at the top of the column on the right)


From a City of Kirkland information update.

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