King County Executive
Executive Constantine statement on the passage of the Crisis Care Centers levy proposal
"I want to thank the King County Council for passing this critical proposal today and look forward to voters having their say in April."
Statements from Executive Constantine and Sheriff Cole-Tindall on death of Tyre Nichols
On Jan. 27 the Memphis Police Department released video of the death of Tyre Nichols.
Executive Constantine statement on Councilmember Kohl-Welles not seeking reelection
"She has been a tireless advocate for working families, vulnerable people, arts and culture, workplace safety, and the people of King County."
Executive Constantine announces $52 million for 36 projects that will protect greenspace, restore habitat, conserve tree canopy, increase access to homegrown food
Thirty-six projects throughout King County will receive a combined $52 million in open space preservation funding after a plan proposed by Executive Constantine has been approved by the King County Council.
Executive Constantine statement on Monterey Park shooting
"Gun violence is preventable, solvable, and a choice – one which this country decides to tolerate. I can not abide that choice."
Executive Constantine statement on Councilmember McDermott not seeking reelection
"I want to congratulate Councilmember Joe McDermott for more than 22 years of outstanding public service as he announces his next chapter."
New trail bridge will cross the White River, connecting cities, schools, business districts, and civic centers with 22 miles of uninterrupted paved trail
A new 572-foot-long weathered steel bridge will cross the White River, connecting completed segments of the Foothills Trail at the King-Pierce county line. The project will connect residents, business districts, and civic centers to a 22-mile trail that offers scenic views of Mount Rainier.
King County partnering with community-based organizations to create a 40,000-square-foot food hub, better connecting local farmers to hunger relief organizations
King County is partnering with Food Lifeline to convert their 40,000-square-foot warehouse into the new South Seattle Community Food hub, providing much-needed shared space for storing, packing, and distributing fresh produce and goods to people and families experiencing hunger.