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New landslide hazard maps are available for the public to use through King County’s online iMap tool.

King County Biologist Chris Gregersen and crew were collecting macroinvertebrate samples as part of the county’s ongoing water quality monitoring on the Tolt river near Carnation recently, when they set a #GoPro camera in the water next to several pink salmon redds near the sampling site, and the fish put on quite a show!

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Recent news releases

30
NOV

King County investigating damaged sewer pipe in Magnolia
King County is investigating a break in a pipe that carries combined wastewater and stormwater flows to the County’s Magnolia Wet Weather Storage Facility near Smith Cove in Seattle. A plan to repair the broken pipe will be developed once the exact location of the break is confirmed.

23
NOV

Tolt River flood-risk reduction strategy meeting set for Dec. 12
The King County Flood Control District will host a public meeting on Dec. 12 to present the current conditions of the Tolt River and get community feedback on proposed flood-risk reduction solutions.

22
NOV

South Fork Snoqualmie River flood-risk reduction strategy meeting set for Dec. 1
The King County Flood Control District will host a public meeting in North Bend on Dec. 1 to present a potential strategy for reducing flood risks on the South Fork Snoqualmie River and gather community feedback.

17
NOV

King County improving water quality by studying Issaquah Creek bacteria sources
Rainy weather detective work helps locate sources of fecal coliform bacteria pollution in Issaquah Creek.

10
NOV

Learn about King County open space preservation at upcoming public meetings
Attend any of three upcoming public meetings to learn more about potential strategies for protecting high conservation value open space in King County.