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The Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce

The City of Kirkland is advising that businesses authorized to open under Phase 1 of Governor Inslee’s Safe Start proclamation may do so, but to remain vigilant for any potential criminal activity.


“We want to thank the business community for closing yesterday and today as a precaution to prevent looting and property damage. We are not aware of any immediate threat of criminal activity in Kirkland and Phase 1 businesses may reopen,” said City Manager Kurt Triplett.




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Coronavirus Information

The Kirkland Chamber of Commerce has provided information to assist the Small Business Community in Kirkland, and the general public.

This information is produced by Washington State, King County, and the City of Kirkland. There are links to Public Service Announcement videos in many languages.

You can find information for:

  • Businesses
  • The Washington State Public
  • Delivery and Pickup information from Restaurants and Bars in the Kirkland area
  • Kirkland Supermarket Delivery, PIckup, Special Entry and Hours of Operation
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Community Action

Kirkland Chamber Foundation
  • Lifespan Education – Pre-K to Retirement
  • Two-Way Mentorship for students and seasoned professionals (an exchange of different skill sets)
  • Scholarships for students who are hoping to enter business and entrepreneur tracks
  • Disaster Relief for small businesses


What We Can Do For You

The community looks to the Kirkland Chamber for reliable information and references about the best it has to offer. We make it a habit to refer people directly to our Chamber members. The endorsement of our organization and the instant credibility that membership provides goes a long way in helping you attract the customers and clients you need to succeed.


Your business is referred to Kirkland visitors, new residents and callers through email and phone inquiries.

B2B Networking

We hold many networking events where you can share information about yourself and your business.


Chamber member businesses support projects and events through sponsorships, training and volunteer opportunities.

New Businesses

We arrange ribbon cutting ceremonies with the City, along with marketing and advertising of your opening event.


We Represent You and Your Business


The Eastside Coalition of Chambers
Advocacy and Legislation
Economic Policy
Transportation Initiatives
Education Initiatives
Insurance Initiatives
Health Care for Business
The Environment

Get In Touch


440 Central Way
Kirkland, WA 98033
+1 425 822 7066

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