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    Citywide Pavement Preservation Projects

    Beginning Monday, April 16th and continuing through June 15th, several streets will be impacted by the Citywide Arterial Pavement Preservation Project. The majority of work will be done at night, between 8pm-6am, to have the least impact . Read on...
  2. Notice of Annual Herbicide Application

    Annual Herbicide Applications in April

    The annual city-wide herbicide application for noxious weed control begins April 2nd. Application vehicles will be operating between midnight and 6:00am, Monday through Friday, through the month of April. Read on...
  3. MyTri2030 Logo

    MyTr!2030 Survey

    The Tri-City Regional Chamber is leading MyTri2030, a community-driven visioning project, and they are looking for your input on what you think the future could and should be like in the Tri-City Region. Read on...
  4. trashcan blocking sidewalk_News Flash Size

    Help make a safe place to walk!

    Please keep your garbage bins, recycle containers, or other personal property off of the sidewalk. Read on...
  5. Potting Soil Fires Newsflash-01

    Potting soil fires common, but preventable.

    Numerous local fires have been caused by people using planters full of potting soil to extinguish cigarettes. Read on...
  6. KPD Citizens Academy 2018

    Police Citizen's Academy

    The Police Citizen's Academy is a 5 week 10 session series of classes that provides an overview of the Kennewick Police Department's operations and functions. Classes meet Tuesdays and Thursday evenings for approximately 2 1/2 hours each night. Read on...
  7. Hansen Park Improvements Project Areas_News Flash

    Hansen Park Improvements Underway

    Exciting improvements at the existing 25-acre Hansen Park site are now underway! Read on...
  8. Photo of phone with My Kennewick mobile app

    My Kennewick Mobile App

    My Kennewick is the official mobile app for the City of Kennewick and it’s free! The app makes it more convenient for the City to connect with our residents, businesses, and visitors and for them to stay connected with us. Read on...