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Welcome to Maps.Kirklandwa.gov Interactive Mapping Portal

   

INTERACTIVE KIRKLAND MAPS

Kirkland Maps is a public mapping portal that allows the community to access, navigate to, and query selected data layers from the citywide GIS database and other sources. Using your computer or tablet, you can easily access information about the community’s property records; zoning and land use regulations; permitting activities; utilities; and environment. You can also create a property report, apply for permits, pay utility bills, and print out maps. With a smartphone, you will be able to access a simplified site with most of the information mentioned above.

If you have any suggestions or comments regarding this site; please send them to: webmaster@kirklandwa.gov.

Click on the Public GIS browser tutorial Document (PDF) to learn how to use the Kirkland Maps, or just launch the application

Notice: To experience the full functionality of the interactive portal, it is recommended to use the most current versions of Firefox, Chrome, Safari or Internet Explorer.

 
   

CIP INTERACTIVE MAP

The CIP interactive map  displays project information for Kirkland’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Using your computer or select mobile device, you can explore all existing or planned projects to learn status, details, funding and even communicate directly with the project’s manager.  The “Suggest a Project” feature helps citizens voice their ideas for future projects to be considered by the capital improvement program.

If you have any suggestions or comments regarding this site; please send them to: webmaster@kirklandwa.gov .

Click on the quick tutorial (PDF) to learn how to use the CIP Interactive Map or just launch the application

Note: To experience the full functionality of the interactive portal it is recommended to use the most current versions of Firefox, Chrome, Safari or Internet Explorer.

 
   

NWMaps.NET

NW Maps gives you access to map-based information quickly and visually. Find information about where you live, might open a business, or just spend some time. The NW Maps service area currently covers Bellevue, Bothell, Issaquah, Kenmore, Kirkland, Mercer Island, Renton, Sammamish, Shoreline, Snoqualmie, Tukwila and Woodinville.