Social media at King County
Social Media Handbook
The role of technology in the 21st century workplace is constantly expanding. Social media tools such as Facebook, Twitter and blogs can improve interactivity between government agencies and the public, reaching new and different populations from traditional media sources.
King County departments should choose a combination of traditional and social media that complement each other and distribute information to relevant audiences. This handbook is designed to inform employees and the public, and to ensure transparency and consistency when incorporating social media in our communications and outreach efforts.
- Get started with social media pages by completing a Social Media Action Plan (SMAP).
- View list of all King County social media pages.
King County welcomes dialogue with the public. Please be aware your comments are subject to public disclosure laws and will be screened periodically during standard business hours.
- Read the King County comments policy.
If you have questions or comments, please contact King County's web team.