Cross Kirkland Corridor to receive $500,000 state grant —

Cross Kirkland Corridor to receive $500,000 state grant

Kirkland Reporter

Less than two days before the end of the second special session, state legislators passed the capital construction budget, which includes $65 million for the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program.

This will fund 88 projects across the state - including the Cross Kirkland Corridor - creating and improving local parks and trails, protecting working farms, and preserving wildlife habitat.

With grant funding, the city of Kirkland will receive $500,000 to acquire the Cross Kirkland Corridor to develop a recreational trail through eight of Kirkland’s 13 neighborhoods.

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