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Achieve lasting weight loss results by learning healthy habits and smart food choices. To support you on your weight management journey, King County pays half of your Weight Watchers membership fee. Weight Watchers offers weight management programs that encourage healthy eating, increased physical activity, and healthy weight management behaviors.

Register

Sign up and pay for all 3 options on the Payment page. King County pays half, so your out-of-pocket amount equals: 

  • Weight Watchers at Work = $19.11 per month
  • Weight Watchers Community  = $19.11 per month
  • Weight Watchers Online = $8.48 per month

Need help enrolling? Download instructions here (PDF).

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Weight Watchers options

Select a King County At Work meeting

King County onsite meetings take place year round. Please contact the organizer below to begin attending an At Work meeting. Can't find a convenient location? Consider starting a Weight Watchers meeting at your work site.

Payment

Purchase a monthly pass through the Payment page. King County pays for half of the cost of the monthly pass, so your cost will be $19.11 per month. 

Current Weight Watchers at Work meetings are listed below

Location

Meeting Time

Organizer Contact Information

Chinook Building
Rhododendron Room 223
401 5th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104

Thursdays
Weigh-ins: 11:45am - 12:15pm
Meeting: 12:15 - 12:45pm

Carol Driver
carol.driver@weightwatchers.com
206-612-2114

King County Courthouse
12th floor (signs will be posted)
516 3rd Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104

Tuesdays
Weigh-in: 11:45am - 12pm
Meeting: 12 - 12:30pm

Lynn Mazer
lynn.mazer@kingcounty.gov
206-477-0852

King Street Center
201 South Jackson Street
Seattle, WA 98104
Contact Coordinator for meeting room location

Tuesdays
Weigh-in: 11:30am - 12pm
Meeting: 12 - 12:30pm

Chris Zanassi
chris.zanassi@kingcounty.gov
206-477-4541

How to start a Weight Watchers at Work meeting:

Identify a meeting organizer. The organizer serves as the point of contact for anyone interested in attending a Weight Watchers meeting at your worksite. 

Contact the Healthy Incentives programThe Healthy Incentives team can assist you to:

  • Recruit Members. One of the most important actions to take is to recruit members for your meetings. It takes 15 people to get a meeting started, so it’s a good idea to spread the word far and wide so you can identify as many potential members as you can.
  • Identify a Weight Watchers Leader. Each meeting series needs a Leader from Weight Watchers. The Leader facilitates the weekly meeting series, providing information and inspiration to the group. To get a leader for your meeting, contact Healthy Incentives.
  • Schedule an informational meeting. You are now ready to schedule your informational meeting. Be sure the meeting is scheduled at a time when employees can attend on their “own” time, such as lunch or before or after work.
  • Reserve a conference room for the meeting series. Be sure to reserve a conference room for 90 minutes each week and for a total depending on the length of your meeting. While meetings are usually an hour or less, the extra time allows the meeting Leader to set up before the meeting and put materials away when the meeting is over.
  • Promote the meeting series. Once at least 15 people have committed to attend your meetings, you are ready to begin. Remind participants about the first meeting and then ask them if they need to be reminded about additional meetings.
  • Start your meetings! Now that you've got your participants, the meeting room, dates, and time, you’re ready to meet.

 

Select a community meeting location that works for you.

Weight Watchers has a meeting near you!

Payment 

Purchase a monthly pass through the Payment page. King County pays for half of the cost of the monthly pass, so your cost will be $19.11 per month. Present your pass to get into any community meeting. If you are a lifetime member, just send in proof of lifetime membership from Weight Watchers along with your attendance sheet. 

You can pay directly at the community meetings, but you will not receive the discounted King County rate if you pay this way. 

 

Register and pay

Register and pay using the instructions on the Payment page.