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March

29
MAR

King County to support more ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle waste through $1.8 million in innovation grants
King County’s Solid Waste Division will distribute up to $1.8 million for local recycling, reuse, and waste reduction projects through its new Re+ Circular Economy Grant Program. Applicants are eligible for $20,000 to $300,000 per project. A virtual information session is set for April 6, and the application deadline is May 6.

23
MAR

BECU Drive-in Movies returns to Marymoor Park on April 20
Drive-in movies are returning to King County’s Marymoor Park on April 20, when the BECU Drive-in Movies at Marymoor series opens for its second season of drive-ins and 17th season of outdoor film events. The movies will run every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday through June 24.

16
MAR

Wastemobile continues hazardous waste collection season in King County with visit to Kirkland area, April 2-4
Residents of Bothell, Redmond, Woodinville, and surrounding areas can safely dispose of old car batteries, oil, paint thinner, and many other household hazardous items at no cost when the Wastemobile continues its 2021 season with a stop in Kirkland, April 2-4.

9
MAR

King County Parks offering spacious seasonal plots for rent in community garden at North Green River Park in Kent
Spring is nearly here, and now is the time to plan for a spring and summer full of flowers and vegetables by renting a plot in a King County Parks community garden.

2
MAR

King County Parks seeks public input ahead of Dockton Park play area work; Dockton Forest trails virtual meeting March 9
Share your opinions about desired features for a new play area at Dockton Park by participating in an online survey from King County Parks, and learn more about significant improvements coming to the mountain bike trails system at Dockton Forest by attending a March 9 virtual meeting.