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January

19
JAN

Bellevue and Mercer Island public meetings feature route for sewer pipeline upgrade
King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division will host two public meetings in January to share information about the route for an upgraded sewer pipeline.

19
JAN

Pump station overflows in West Seattle during heavy rainfall, high tide
King County crews quickly responded Jan. 18 to a wastewater treatment facility in West Seattle that flooded with stormwater and wastewater during heavy rainfall and high tides.

18
JAN

Brightwater Treatment System experiences brief loss of disinfection
King County quickly responded to a power outage at the Brightwater Treatment System’s disinfection facility on Monday, Jan. 16, restarting the plant's disinfection system within 15 minutes.

17
JAN

King County residents: Flood preparedness information now available in 21 languages
King County Flood Control District and King County have translated flood preparedness information in 21 languages to help eliminate language barriers for residents and improve community resiliency.

9
JAN

Crews respond to overflow at King County’s South Mercer Pump Station
King County's South Mercer Pump Station is operating normally following a mechanical failure that caused a 20-minute overflow during a power outage on Sunday, Jan. 8.

6
JAN

‘Don’t Drip and Drive’ free ‘No Leaks’ event Jan. 12 at Puget Sound Skills Center
A free auto leaks inspection service is hosted by the “Don’t Drip and Drive” pollution awareness campaign, Burien and the Puget Sound Skills Center Automotive Technology Program to help you spot any maintenance problems and recommend tips for maintaining your vehicle in top condition and keeping our environment clean.

3
JAN

King County Parks invites community members to learn about Green to Cedar Rivers Trail project
King County Parks invites community members to lend their expertise and local knowledge at a public meeting on Jan. 11 at Lake Wilderness Lodge to help shape the design of the Green to Cedar Rivers Trail – North Segment.

3
JAN

Learn how you can plan a beautiful, healthy yard at Brightwater Center workshops
Get started on a beautiful, healthy yard before the spring is upon us! Get ready for spring planting and summer sun at Brightwater Center with three free workshops on natural yard care and wise water use.

3
JAN

Historic Stewart barn and milk house in Duvall designated a King County landmark
An iconic Snoqualmie Valley barn that has stood near Duvall for nearly 90 years has been designated a historic King County Landmark.