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29
JUN

Two full road closures and night paving work coming to Redmond Ridge/Novelty Hill Road, near Duvall starting July 6 through August
King County will close a section of NE Novelty Hill Road from July 6 through July 24 for slide repairs, and a section of West Snoqualmie Valley Road NE in August for culvert replacement work. The County also will conduct nighttime single lane closures in the same area for paving work during late June and July.

26
JUN

With nearly all public displays canceled this year, King County Fire Marshal says it’s essential to practice fireworks safety
The COVID-19 pandemic has nearly eliminated what’s typically the safest way to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday. Residents who use consumer fireworks need to be safe, responsible and should consider the risks of injury, property loss, and impacts to their neighborhoods.

24
JUN

Small businesses in unincorporated King County hurt by COVID-19 can apply for grants starting June 26
The King County Council approved $4 million in supplemental funding for grants, technical support, and translation and interpretation assistance to help small businesses in unincorporated King County recover from impacts of COVID-19 closures.

11
JUN

Technical assistance coaching and language support now available to unincorporated King County businesses hurt by COVID-19
Business owners in unincorporated King County can call or sign up online to receive business assistance coaching. This service is provided under the $4 million Small Business Assistance Program, approved by the King County Council in May, to help businesses in the unincorporated areas recover from the impacts of COVID-19-related closures.

15
MAY

Council approves $4 million to support small businesses in unincorporated King County
The King County Council on Tuesday approved $4 million in supplemental budget funding for an integrated program to support small businesses in unincorporated King County that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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