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The ERC includes 20 miles of a former freight rail line from Woodinville to Renton that is being jointly planned by its public owners for multiple uses. Watch the video to learn more.

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King County hosts two meetings June 8 on using large wood in designing river projects
Learn more about upcoming and past King County projects that involve placing large wood in rivers or streams at one of two meetings scheduled for June 8 on Mercer Island.


Track cycle racing returns to Marymoor Park as velodrome is renamed to honor cycling legend Jerry Baker
The life and legacy of cycling advocate and legend Jerry Baker will be celebrated in a special ceremony before the start of the 2016 Marymoor Velodrome cycling season, June 3 at King County’s Marymoor Park.


Still time to register for seventh-annual King County Parks’ Big Backyard 5K, June 5
Join with friends, family and fellow outdoors enthusiasts in a fun event that supports King County Parks: The seventh-annual Big Backyard 5K on Sunday, June 5 at Marymoor Park.


Industrial facilities honored for environmental compliance in 2015
Commitment to business practices that support a vibrant economy while protecting regional water quality earned environmental awards for 65 local industrial facilities from King County’s Industrial Waste Program.


Register now for youth summer day camps at Brightwater Center
Registration is open for youth summer day camps taking place this July and August at King County’s Brightwater Center. Programs led by IslandWood and Friends of the Hidden River will take fun and learning outdoors, immersing campers entering grades 1-9 in nature, art and science.