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King County to residents of its urban unincorporated areas: Help us decide how to spend $10 million in your neighborhoods
King County needs residents of the Skyway/West Hill, North Highline/White Center, East Renton Plateau, Fairwood, and East Federal Way areas to serve on a new committee that will help the county spend money for capital improvements in their communities. To learn more or apply, visit


Local Services asks residents and businesses of unincorporated King County: What are your priorities for your community?
Last year, King County Executive Dow Constantine and the King County Council told the Department of Local Services to collaborate with those who live and work in unincorporated areas to create community needs lists. These are lists of projects for King County to complete in support of each community’s vision.


King County Local Services offers free help to eligible, low-income RV residents to properly dispose of waste without leaving Vashon Island
A partnership between Local Services and homelessness advocates will help eligible residents who are unable to leave the island dispose of their waste. Starting today, the county will work with Honey Bucket, which will collect and properly dispose of RV residents’ waste every month.


King County Council confirms Tricia Davis as Road Services Division Director
The King County Council voted unanimously today to confirm Davis, who was appointed to the position earlier this year. She will oversee the division – part of King County Local Services – that maintains 2,967 lane miles of roads, 182 bridges and other critical infrastructure in the unincorporated areas.


Chambers of commerce, community-based organizations in unincorporated King County can apply for COVID-19 grant of up to $10,000
This new grant program is part of King County’s economic development relief action in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency. Its goal is to support existing chambers of commerce and community-based organizations (CBOs) that provide marketing and technical assistance to small businesses. Interested chambers of commerce and CBOs must apply by 5 p.m., Friday, Oct. 30.