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The city develops an ADA transition plan.
One last chance to catch Santa story time.
Day two of Redmond Lights included a community sing-a-long led by Eva Moon.
Chief Kristi Wilson will serve as chief of police and the new interim public works director.
KCLSF receives an $80,000 grant from the Boeing Company
Budget priorities include affordable housing and homelessness, public safety and expanding transit access and options.
For three decades, AFIS has helped law enforcement solve thousands of cases.
Librarians Britta Barrett and Emily Calking co-host new podcast.
The winter festival will incorporate new light installations on Dec. 1 and 2.
The 2019 District Budget will maintain current flood protection services.
Families celebrated and honored those who served, in a hands-on Veteran’s Day workshop on Nov. 3.
The annual winter festival will run for two nights this year.
Executive director of A Regional Coalition for Housing retires after three decades.
Family members speak on how they influenced the community
The city of Kirkland anticipates the shelter for families and women to be completed in 2020.
The city is partnering with Puget Sound Energy’s Green Direct program.
Executive Constantine and Flood Control district chair Dunn urge preparedness to ensure people and property remain safe.
Community members embrace cultural diversity, help foster children and those experiencing homelessness on Oct. 20.
King County Council proclaimed Oct. 21-27 as Pro Bono Week.
Website makes it easier for King County Residents to know how their property taxes are being invested