Natural Resources and Parks
Help King County prepare communities for more frequent, severe floods that are occurring due to climate change
As climate change increases the potential for more frequent and more severe flooding across the region, King County is seeking community expertise and advice on managing flood risks to people, homes, businesses, and roads. Two online meeting options – Tuesday, Oct. 4, from 10 a.m. to noon or Thursday, Oct. 6 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. – will kick off the plan update. This is the first opportunity for public input on this countywide plan.
‘Salmon SEEson’ returns: Where to spot fish as they come home to spawn in King County rivers and streams
Salmon are returning home to spawn in King County’s rivers and streams – find details on self-guided and interpretive fish-viewing opportunities on the Salmon SEEson website.
King County seeks volunteer from northwest Seattle for advisory committee that helps guide open space conservation
King County has an opening on its Conservation Futures Advisory Committee, which helps the County Executive and County Council make decisions on open space acquisition and preservation. Recruitment is open until Sept. 26.