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Official portrait of King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert, 2015

Connect with Councilmember Kathy Lambert

Send me an email:
kathy.lambert@kingcounty.gov

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Pothole City

Please take the time to look at this information. It is a huge concern to me that answers from the State are inadequate to solve this problem. A full conversation needs to be held to chart a course that will maintain and preserve our roads infrastructure.

King County Rural Roads: How They Got So Bad by KUOW


King County Noise Code

Effective July 2, unincorporated King County residents have a new, improved noise code. If you’re experiencing loud and raucous neighborhood noise, you should call the King County Sheriff’s Office non-emergency line at 206-296-3311. For construction noise, call the Department of Permitting and Environmental Review (DPER) at 206-296-6680. For unreasonable animal noise, call the Pet Information Line at 206-296-PETS (7387). Learn more, read the King County Noise Code Fact Sheet (pdf, 303KB).

County Health Rankings 

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Check out this website that compares the health of King County’s residents to other counties around the state and nation.

There are two types of rankings: “Health outcomes” are a measure of length and quality of life. “Health factors” are a measure of health behaviors, clinical care, social and economic factors, and the physical environment.

I thought this was very informative. It’s also a reminder that there is always room for improvement regarding our health.

Contact Councilmember Lambert

Main phone:
206-477-1003

TTY/TDD:
206-296-1024

Fax:
206-296-0198