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Learn more about Cedar Hills Regional Landfill on landfill tour, at community meeting


Learn more about King County’s Cedar Hills Regional Landfill by taking a guided tour of the facility on Nov. 4, and attending a community meeting in Issaquah on Nov. 8.


Join employees from the King County Solid Waste Division (SWD) at two upcoming public events that are focused on the County’s Cedar Hills Regional Landfill in Maple Valley.

The SWD is offering a guided, 90-minute tour of the 920-acre landfill on at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 4.

Reservations for the tour are required, and can be made by calling 206-477-4466, TTY Relay: 711 by Nov. 1. Parking is provided at the landfill, 16645 228th Ave. SE, Maple Valley, and participants will board a Metro bus for the guided tour. The bus is wheelchair accessible.

To ensure safety, tour participants must wear closed-toe footwear and adhere to all traffic signs at the landfill. The landfill tour is designed for adults and families with children aged 5 and older.

On Wednesday, Nov. 8, the SWD hosts its regular community meeting for all who are interested in discussing current and planned activities at the landfill.

The meeting is set for 7-9 p.m. at the King County Library Service Center – 960 Newport Way NW, Issaquah, and, in addition to hearing from SWD employees about landfill activities, will include a presentation by representatives from Bio Energy Washington, the company that owns and operates the landfill gas-to-energy plant at Cedar Hills and generates clean, renewable natural gas from landfill gas.

Community meetings are a cornerstone of the division’s ongoing commitment to meet with landfill neighbors on a regular basis. Accommodations will be provided when requested at least one week in advance. Please call 206-477-4466 for more information.

The last operating landfill in King County, Cedar Hills encompasses 920 acres and takes in all of the solid waste generated in King County, excluding the cities of Seattle and Milton. Learn more at