King County Council
Signing the roadmap to combat climate change
It is a plan that understands that collaboration is one of the best tools communities have to combat climate change. SCAP calls for the county to partner with cities, businesses, nonprofits, utilities, and research universities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and strengthen the region's resiliency to climate change impacts.
Phillips, who will participate in the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Paris next month, said that climate change is the paramount challenge of our generation. “King County has a decade of increasing leadership in addressing climate change, and our updated Strategic Climate Action Plan puts us once again at the forefront of climate action.” Read more
County Council takes first action in response to homeless emergency
Taking out obsolete rail is next step toward trail, other uses along Eastside Rail Corridor
County Councilmembers statement on the passing of King County Superior Court Judge Patricia Clark
County Council recognizes Green River College’s “Golden Anniversary”