Parking

Parking on Campus: 2018-19

For the first two weeks of school there will be open parking on campus in the numbered parking spaces. Students may not park in Visitors spots or the gravel staff lot.

UPDATE - 9/8/2018

By the September 7th deadline, less students submitted their parking paperwork to the main office than we had parking spaces available to assign. As a result, there was no need for a lottery, and all students who met the timeline will receive their parking passes once they pay the fee to the bookkeeper and then bring their receipts to the main office. This should be done during the week of September 10-14. Seniors who turned their paperwork in at the end of last school year also need to pick up their passes by the end of this week. This can be done during a student’s assigned lunch or after school.

The remaining parking spaces are now available on a first-come first-served basis, for all seniors & juniors, until they are all assigned. Follow the instructions below on how to obtain a parking permit.

Beginning on Monday, September 17th students will be expected to display their parking passes and park only in their assigned spaces. Other cars will be ticketed and repeat offenders may be towed.  

Questions or concerns should be directed to Associate Principal Joe Gorder.

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To obtain a parking permit, you will need to bring in the paperwork below along with your current student ID card. You will not be issued a parking permit without this paperwork. You may bring them to the Main Office before or after school and/or during your lunch period.

  1. Bring your current student ID
  2. Copy of Student’s driver’s license
  3. Copy of Insurance card
  4. Copy of Vehicle registration
  5. Copy of receipt for paid parking
  6. Appropriate grade parking application

2018-19 Senior parking application

2018-19 Junior parking application

 

Parking update from the

Kirkland police department:

The City of Kirkland received multiple parking complaints in the surrounding neighborhoods of Juanita throughout last year. The Kirkland Police Department primarily issued warnings because of the construction and lack of parking on campus. The surrounding streets around Juanita HS are now properly signed and most immediate areas around the school require parking permits. It is the City of Kirkland’s stance that the signage will be enforced this year and parking tickets will be issued. Please be courteous within the neighborhood and abide by the parking guidelines posted on each street. Additionally, if parking on the streets is available, abide by traffic laws identified within RCW. 46.61.50 and KMC. 12.45.230 (i). 

Students are encouraged to carpool, park on campus, or take either school or public transportation to help eliminate these parking issues. If you have questions or concerns regarding parking permits, please contact City of Kirkland Public Works at 425-587-3800. 

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding through this construction phase.

Officer Tyler Davidson #366

Kirkland Police Department

School Resource Officer – Juanita Learning Community