Skip to main content
Most King County offices will be closed on July 4, for Independence Day.  
King County logo

News

King County Executive
Dow Constantine


Executive Triplett to host joint annual forum for King County Unincorporated Area Councils

Summary

Representatives of the six recognized King County Unincorporated Area Councils (UACs) and residents of the unincorporated areas are invited to attend an annual forum jointly hosted by King County Executive Kurt Triplett and the Four Creeks Unincorporated Area Council. Executive Triplett will be joined by King County department directors and will be available to talk with residents and members of the UACs as they discuss critical issues facing their communities.

Story

Representatives of the six recognized King County Unincorporated Area Councils (UACs) and residents of the unincorporated areas are invited to attend an annual forum jointly hosted by King County Executive Kurt Triplett and the Four Creeks Unincorporated Area Council. Executive Triplett will be joined by King County department directors and will be available to talk with residents and members of the UACs as they discuss critical issues facing their communities.

The forum will take place:

Wednesday, July 15, 2009
7–9 p.m.
May Valley Alliance Church
16431 SE Renton-Issaquah Rd.
Renton, WA

Displays, brochures and other information about King County services will be available

The annual event offers an opportunity for an exchange of information and discussion between the county executive and the leaders of the UACs and local residents. Each of the six UACs will make brief presentations on the issues of greatest concern to their communities, followed by an opportunity for questions and answers from the audience.

The six King County UACs include the Greater Maple Valley Area Council, North Highline Unincorporated Area Council, Upper Bear Creek Community Council, Vashon-Maury Island Community Council, West Hill Community Council and the co-host of this year’s forum, the Four Creeks Unincorporated Area Council.

For more information about the UACs or the Annual Joint Forum, visit https://www.kingcounty.gov/operations/DCHS/Boards/UAC.aspx online or call Terry Mark, Deputy Director, Department of Community and Human Services, at (206) 263-9100.

# # #

King County provides regional services to 1.8 million residents including 340,000 people living in unincorporated areas. Services include Metro transit, public health, wastewater treatment, courts, jails, prosecutors, public defenders, community and social services, the King County International Airport, and local services such as police protection, roads services and garbage collection. King County is the 14th largest county in the nation, covering 2,134 square miles, 39 cities, 760 lakes and reservoirs, and six major river systems with 3,000 miles of streams.



King County Executive
Dow Constantine
Dow constantine portrait

Read the Executive's biography