Services for rural residents
King County, Washington
This website provides a variety of county services important to rural residents and refers to rural towns and cities, community events and other goodies:
- Agriculture and forestry
- Community resources
- Permits and building
- Roads and transit
- Tax incentives
Whether it is maintaining roads and bridges, providing flood protection, preserving farms from development or working on regulations to allow home businesses to thrive, King County is working to protect rural quality of life and provide the services people need and want.
Community Service Areas program
Connects people in unincorporated areas of the county with government services, elected officials, and community funding opportunities. Learn more on the Local Services website or contact one of the program’s two community liaisons, Marissa Alegria or Bong Sto. Domingo.
Unincorporated Area Community News
A monthly newsletter designed to provide valuable information about the services King County provides to unincorporated areas and how residents can be engaged in King County's programs and planning.
Green A.C.R.E. Radio
Introducing a new KBCS Public Affairs program. Bringing you the Agricultural, Conservation, Resource, and Environmental information you need.
Green A.C.R.E. Radio is a co-production of the King Conservation District, King County Agriculture, and KBCS. It is an hour-long talk show focusing on local agricultural, environmental and natural resource issues.
Host: Martha Baskin
Engineer: Moe Provencher
Produced at Jack Straw Studios in Seattle.