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Public engagement

Discover how King County is engaging the community around the Elliott West Wet Weather Treatment Station.

Our commitment to you

Whether you live, work, or commute in the area, we know you’ll have questions about this project. King County is committed to being a good neighbor and keeping you up to date.

If you are interested in scheduling a meeting for your community or are part of an organization, please contact Ryan Harlow at or 206-848-0814.

How we work with the community

King County works with the community to provide project information and identify potential impacts. Stay informed and involved as we share information through:

  • Individual meetings with community groups, organizations, and leaders
  • Briefings to local community groups, agencies, and jurisdictions
  • Community meetings and open houses
  • Project newsletters and fliers
  • Project webpage

Outreach meetings and events

This summer, King County is sharing more information about our plans for upgrading EWWTS. There will also be opportunities to inform some design elements. We will share more information this summer. 

In 2023, King County hosted an online open house to introduce the project. The online open house included a survey to better understand community priorities. The key findings from this survey are showcased in the survey report. We look forward to learning more about community values as this work progresses.

Project documents

For translated materials in Español (Spanish), go to our Translations page.

Project updates

Community meetings and briefings

Documents to be posted as project progresses