Big Backyard 5K run
Sunday June 5, 2016 at Marymoor Park.
In the news
Redmond Reporter - May 12, 2016
King County begins survey work to replace Redmond-area sewer pipeline
West Seattle Herald - May 6, 2016
With weather warming, King County officials urge caution around cold rivers, lakes, Sound
Bothell/Kenmore Reporter - Apr. 22, 2016
Small daily actions can add up to big, earth-friendly changes
Maple Valley Reporter - Apr. 19, 2016
Molly Bricker from Tahoma among others to receive Earth Heroes award on May 5
Redmond Reporter - Apr. 18, 2016
Stewart among those honored with King County Earth Heroes at School awards
White Center Now - Apr. 15, 2016
King County leaders launch 'One Million Trees' with White Center Heights Park planting
Crosscut - Apr. 14, 2016
The most threatened waterway in Washington?
Sammamish Review - Mar. 31, 2016
Discovery Elementary custodian wins King County award
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King County warns of Cedar River hazards as long weekend and warmer weather approach
Several new logjams have formed along a portion of the Cedar River between Renton and Maple Valley, and King County safety officials are urging river users to avoid the area until safer conditions are present.
Wastemobile makes a household hazardous waste collection stop in Covington, June 10-12
King County residents can safely and conveniently dispose of old car batteries, oil, paint thinner and many other household hazardous items at no cost when the Wastemobile travels to Covington, June 10-12.
Rehab work done on Tokul Creek Trestle, iconic Snoqualmie Valley Trail bridge reopens
The extensive rehabilitation project on the century-old Tokul Creek Trestle has wrapped up, and one of the most-beautiful stretches of King County Parks’ Snoqualmie Valley Trail is once again open – just in time for the long Memorial Day holiday weekend.
King County Parks, Redmond, promoter work to resolve neighbors’ Marymoor concert concerns
King County Parks, the City of Redmond and concert promoter AEG Live are working together to ensure the 2016 Marymoor Park Concerts are enjoyable for concertgoers and park neighbors alike.
UW storefront studio presenting design concepts for downtown Snoqualmie, June 3
Come to a June 3 community open house in Snoqualmie to see design concepts created by University of Washington architecture students and intended to revitalize this scenic Snoqualmie Valley’s downtown core.