Kenmore is a beautiful and vibrant family-friendly community and the jewel at the North-end of Lake Washington, in King County, Washington. Just 30 minutes from downtown Seattle and the Eastside tech corridor. There is so much to love, from the arts and cultural richness of Kenmore, to our safe connected sidewalks, bike and trail ways, along with our amazing parks and local amenities. Located in the award-winning local public schools of Northshore. Kenmore is known for our tree canopy and natural environment of salmon streams, and heron nesting grounds. Kenmore is worth fighting for!

With proper planning, we can grow sustainably, with a thoughtful mindset mindfully, while protecting our sensitive environment, ecosystem, and natural habitat for the enjoyment of future generations to come.           

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Thriving Business Economy and Infrastructure:

We must ensure that Kenmore is a place where businesses and jobs can grow and thrive. Working together we can continue to grow a safe welcoming and affirming community for all with people orented places:

  • Continue Building a Connected Welcoming Diverse Business Community

  • Building an Economy that Works for Everyone

  • Smart Innovative Approaches to Design with Multi-use Spaces and Places

  • Encourage Entrepreneurship and Support Innovation with Smart Policies.

  • Targeted Approaches to Meet Community Needs

  • Improving and Updating Our Infrastructure

  • Foster New and Continued Partnerships Thereby Increasing Kenmore's visibility.

  • Supporting Local and Small Businesses as We Continue to Emerge and Recover from The Pandemic Resiliently

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Increasing Our Connectivity:

Safe Routes to Walk, Bike or Roll, to Where You Need to Go!

We must ensure improved connectivity in Kenmore. With safe to walk, bike or roll ADA accessable neighborhoods connecting to our downtown Kenomore and transit, to the places we all love to visit for fun and enjoyment. People orented places, where people can come together, our downtown corridor, parks and waterfont:

  • Completing the Walkways & Waterways Project

  • Connecting Accessable Pedestrian, Bike and Trailways

  • Investing in Infrastructure

  • Public Saftey and Wellbeing

  • Clean Transportation & Clean Energy,

  • Increasing Our Rapid Charging Station Networks

  • Protecting our Metro Transit and Light Rail for Continued Service to Kenmore

  • Community, Parnters and Stakeholders Must Be Part of Our Solution with a Voice and Seat at the Table

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Affordable Housing:

We need to work to properly connect and obtain real affordable housing at every level here in Kenmore. So, people can love to work, near where they live.  Kenmore can serve as a leader for creating affordable housing, with first-time home ownership, and connecting working force housing. Simple solutions, options beyond the large mass produced McMansions to become part of our workable solution to our housing crisis, while maintaining the charm and character of Kenmore:

  • Utilizing Public & Private Partnerships to Build Our Local Affordable Housing Stock

  • Address Housing Types of All Kinds & Levels of Affordability.  Including, Housing Options for First Time Home Buyers Entering the Housing Market to Downsizing Options for Retireees. So People Can Love Where they Live, Work and Play!

  • Workforce Housing, Connecting People to Jobs Here in Kenmore.

  • Creating Smart Solution-Oriented Innovative Policies, Ordinances, and Zoning, with Equity.

  • Connecting Local Jobs and People

  • Utilizing our New Housing and Human Services Program to Connect Current Available Resources to People and Businesses, So People Have What They Need.

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Protecting Our Environment:

We live in a unique Kenmore Community and with all our growth, we must continue to ensure we are doing our part. by taking care of our natural resources and protecting our sensitive environment and ecosystem.  With sustainable environmental climate action and habitat restoration, we can leave a Kenmore community for future generations to come to love and enjoy. This takes us each all doing our part to utilize smart, creative, and innovative approaches for:

  • Environmental Sustainability

  • Fully Fund & Implement the Climate Action Plan to Protect Our Environment for Future Generations to Come.

  • Workforce Housing for Our Hard Working Labor Workforce.

  • Protecting and Preserving the Environment, Wetlands and Sensitive Habitats, and Maintaining Our Parks and Open Space For the Enjoyment of Future Generations to Come

  • Continuing to Maintain, Protect, Preserve, and Restore Our Tree Canopy

  • Inviting Partners, Stakeholders, Organizations, and Non-Profit Partners to be Part of Our Solution with a Voice and a Seat at the Table

Endorsing Organization Logos: National Women's Political Caucus of WA; Progressive Change Campaign Committee, Emerge WA Candidate; WA State Progressive Caucus; Fair Vote Washington; OPEIU Local 8 Union, No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge, Fuse WA Candidate Distinction, MLK Labor Union, Transit Riders Union, Shoreline & Northshore Firefighters Local Union 1760, National Organization for Women,  Affordable Housing Council of King and Snohomish County; Whole Washington Candidate Distinction, Young Democrats of University of Washington, Sierra Club, CORE Lake Forest Park, Mom's Demand Action, Master Builders of Washington, WA Housing Alliance Action Fund; Planned Parenthood Alliance & Advocates  Planned Parenthood Votes WA PAC; LGBTQ+ Victory Fund; Washington State High School Democrats, Humane Voters of WA; Theorem; Corner of Wellness, Theorem