King County offers space and money for good partnership ideas at parks. The chosen partners add something to make a park better or create a new amenity. These groups can run, take care of, and offer activities for the amenity they're in charge of.
Resource for frontline communities to develop new or expand existing community-based climate resilience projects.
Funding opportunities for projects that reduce waste and keep valuable resources in use and out of the landfill.
Funding for projects that improve water quality in select areas.
Apply for a grant to help with outreach and promotion of the RainWise program in King County combined sewer overflow basins.
Funds for parks, recreation and open space.
Matching funds for small businesses that safely manage hazardous materials. King County helps businesses help the environment.
Money for cities, the county, and certain nonprofits to protect natural lands and open spaces.
Plant native trees and shrubs along the Green/Duwamish River and its creeks to add cooling shade for Chinook salmon and other aquatic life.
Money for stormwater projects that will reduce flooding.
King County Flood Control District fund for cities and King County to invest in flood and stormwater control projects.
Youth Sports & Outdoor Recreation Relief Fund.
Cut the tax rate for your farm or forest by saving wildlife habitat, wetlands and streams.