King County Executive
Executive Constantine on announced initiative to maintain Metro bus service within Seattle city limits
Executive Constantine comments on the initiative announced today by Friends of Transit.
Property taxes due for first half of 2014
King County offers secure and efficient online payment system
Seattle, King County receive more than $22 million in federal homeless assistance grants
Federal homeless assistance funds totaling more than $22.7 million have been awarded to the City of Seattle and King County for 2014-2015, making it possible to continue a range of housing and supportive services for individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Executive thanks Health Leadership Circle for enrollment efforts
This is a letter King County Executive Dow Constantine sent to committee members of the Healthcare Enrollment Leadership Circle, who worked tirelessly to support King County's efforts to enroll more than 150,000 residents in affordable healthcare prior to the first deadline of the Affordable Care Act.
9-1-1 service restored in King County
There is a widespread 9-1-1 outage affecting Washington and Oregon, including King County. If you have an emergency and are unable to get through to 9-1-1, call the following phone numbers in King County for your location
Executive awards $530,000 for housing and employment services to reach homeless youth and young adults
The grants help advance King County’s Health and Human Services Transformation Plan by funding work to improve health and social outcomes for a very high-risk population. Each of the proposals funded will help homeless youth achieve and maintain housing and long-term stability.
Executive Constantine praises effort that enrolled 150,000 King County residents in health coverage
King County's partnerships with cities, nonprofits, labor, and business helped enroll more than 150,000 people before the first deadline under the Affordable Care Act.
Socially-responsible banking guidelines proposed by Executive Constantine
Banks that wish to compete to be King County’s financial services provider would have to develop plans to address the credit and financial needs of the County's diverse and historically underserved communities, under new guidelines for socially-responsible banking proposed this week by King County Executive Dow Constantine in collaboration with members of the County Council.