Natural Resources and Parks
Executive Constantine demonstrates progress on making region's treatment plant more resilient to climate impacts as King County hosts national conference for clean water agencies
King County crews are preparing to install on-site batteries at West Point Treatment Plant, providing operators with an uninterruptable power supply when voltage sags occur. It’s the latest in a series of improvements to make the 56-year-old treatment plant more resilient to climate impacts.
Executive Constantine announces King County’s first-ever Wildfire Risk Reduction Strategy, strengthening the region’s resiliency, response, and recovery
King County has developed its first-ever Wildfire Risk Reduction Strategy, a set of 12 recommended actions to improve preparedness, response, and recovery as the region experiences hotter, drier summers due to climate change.
Tickets on sale now for August showings at the BECU Drive-in Movies at King County’s Marymoor Park
Tickets are on sale now for the BECU Drive-in Movies at Marymoor August dates, with eight great nights of movies under the stars at King County’s Marymoor Park.
King County to study three sites for its Northeast Recycling and Transfer Station Project
King County’s Solid Waste Division has identified two sites in Kirkland and one in Woodinville as potential locations for its Northeast Recycling and Transfer Station Project. The three sites will be studied in an environmental review process this fall that includes public comment opportunities.