King County Land Conservation Initiative
Vision: protecting the remaining high conservation value lands and securing our regional trail network within 30 years.
Bold vision demands a bold, pragmatic plan
With more people comes the need for more green space.
Open space is infrastructure
We still live in a place of spectacular natural beauty
The time to act is when the opportunity is here
We've been at this
190,000 acres protected since 1970.
65,000 acres to
finish the job.
- LCI Funding Sources
- Conservation Futures Program
- Farmland Preservation
- Parks Levy Grants
Let’s talk about funding for your community’s ideas for parks and open spaces!
Aan ka hadalno maalgelinta loogu talagalay fikradaha bulshadaada ee loogu talagalay beeraha nasashada iyo meelaha bannaan!
¡Hablemos sobre cómo financiar las ideas de su comunidad para sus parques y espacios abiertos!
Hãy nói về việc tài trợ các ý tưởng của cộng đồng quý vị về công viên và không gian mở!
Name: Heather Ramsay Ahndan, Department of Natural Resources & Parks
Phone number: 206-263-0252
Customer Service Hours: 8am-5pm
After Hours: 206-477-4571
Mailing Address: King Street Center, 201 S Jackson St Rm 600, Seattle, WA 98104-3855
News and announcements
Executive Constantine announces plan to rapidly accelerate LCI
King County Parks breaks ground on a new trail bridge connecting Eastrail to Sound Transit’s Wilburton Station in Bellevue
King County Parks begins construction on the final segment of East Lake Sammamish Trail, connecting Puget Sound to Cascade foothills
A major King County restoration project along the Green River is improving salmon habitat, protecting homes, farms, and roads from flooding
Take a tour of land conservation successes in the Green-Duwamish Watershed