The bright Be star κ Dra (HD 109387, B5 III, v.sini=249 km/s) is one of the rare mid B type stars which have presented FeII emission lines during strong emission phases. Spectroscopic variations were previously reported by many authors over different time scales: years, days and hours. Juza et al. (1991) proposed that κ Dra was the primary component of a binary system with Porb. = 61.55 days. Short-term and long-term variations in the linear optical polarization were also reported by Arsenijevic et al. (1986). We have tried, with our extensive joint material, to search for correlation between long-term spectroscopic and polarimetric variations with the aim of obtaining information on the behaviour of the circumstellar envelope.