King County Charter Review Commission
The 2018-2019 Charter Review Commission has concluded the decennial process of reviewing the King County Charter and making recommendations for amending the Charter to the King County Council.
The King County Charter provides the basic long-term structure for King County government. The Charter institutionalizes core values of checks and balances, accountability, and merit, and seeks to promote an effective, efficient and responsive government.
The Commission held town halls in the community in February and October of 2019 as well as an online town hall. The Commission appreciates your feedback in assisting in drafting its recommendations to the Council.
Thank you for your interest in the 2018-2019 Charter review process. View the 2018-2019 Charter Review Commission Final Report here
How to provide feedback
In order to guide our work, the Charter Review Commission is conducting broad, robust community outreach to collect input on how the charter might be improved or changed, which in turn could help make King County government more responsive and effective.
Your feedback is important to our work. You may submit your feedback via email at CharterReview@kingcounty.gov or by using the comment form below.
Please use the space below to submit your comments concerning potential updates to the King County Charter. Be sure to click the "Submit" button. Your written comments will become part of the official public record.