Water and Land Resources Division
King County, Washington
News and announcements
- July 13 - Presentation on large wood in King County flood reduction & restoration projects
- Invasive milfoil plant may be linked to dwindling salmon populations in Lake Sammamish | Issaquah Reporter*
- The enchanting world of beavers in King County — and how they might benefit a warming planet | The Seattle Times*
- King County’s culvert hunters — and a $9 billion plan to save salmon habitat | The Seattle Times*
- Get ready for summer -- sign up to get water quality alerts at 28 popular lakes.
- Take our survey and share how beach closures affect your household*
*External web site.
- Flood Warning System | Sandbags
- Stormwater runoff pollution and how to reduce it
- Salmon and trout identification
- Noxious weed info
- Rain barrel information
- Capital projects map
- Environmental monitoring
- Hazardous waste
- Northwest natural yard and garden
- Salmon habitat conservation
- Small Habitat Restoration Program (SHRP)
About WLR Division
King County Water and Land Resources Division is helping to protect King County's water and lands so that its residents can enjoy them safely today, and for generations to come.
- Who we are and what we do.
- Our mission and goals.
- Email WLR Customer Service
- Consultant and Contractor Forum