Norkirk Neighborhood Board Positions
There are many ways to participate in our neighborhood association and we welcome new board members. Some roles on the board are short-term while others are on-going and some projects are more or less time-consuming than others, so if you're interested in participating, please contact us and we'll find the right fit for you.
*Conducts Neighborhood Meetings most even months.
*Recruits for Special Projects and other Board positions.
*Sets the agenda for upcoming meetings.
*Apply for City Matching Grants every two-year cycle.
*Maintains community website
*Monitors community email account & sends email to those signed up to receive.
*Posts updates on Nextdoor.com
*Assists in setting the agenda for upcoming meetings
*Keeps and posts minutes for all meetings.
*Maintains the NNA bank account and bookkeeping.
*File State and Federal annual tax-exempt status.
*Represent the NNA at the Kirkland Alliance of Neighborhoods meetings.
*Stay informed about what is going on in the City that would be important to NNA members
BOARD MEMBERS AT LARGE
*Participates in Norkirk community and board meetings.
SPECIAL PROJECTS COORDINATORS
*NSP PROJECT COORDINATOR: Coordinates the process for determining and submitting a project for the City's Neighborhood Safety Program and advocates for that project during the City's review process.
*Annual Summer Picnic with the Highlands Neighborhood
*All-Neighborhood Garage Sale (traditionally the last Saturday in April)
*Adopt a Trail (commitment to maintain a segment of the Cross Kirkland Corridor)
*"For the Love of Kirkland" Inspired Projects (i.e. Crossing Kirkland event)
*Norkirk Action Teams (advocate for or against specific issues affecting the neighborhood)