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King County capital projects map

Look up the location of wastewater, flooding, stormwater, habitat and other King County capital projects. Sort by project type, project owner, watershed or King County Council District.

Capital project demographics

Capital projects mapped by 2010 census data including income, language, race and ethnicity.

Snoqualmie/Skykomish Basin projects

Cedar/Sammamish Basin projects

Green River Basin projects

  • Black River Pump Station Improvements - Ongoing work to maintain and improve the pump stations that serves 24.8 square miles of the lower Green River basin.
  • Briscoe-Desimone Levee Improvement Project - With funding from the King County Flood Control District, this City of Kent project seeks to reduce flood risks by installing a secondary flood protection wall behind the levee in four reaches of the river.
  • Desimone Levee Repair Project – Repair of recent flood damage to the Desimone Levee in the City of Tukwila, to be completed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 2015.
  • Dykstra Levee Repair Project – Repair of recent flood damage to the Dykstra Levee in the City of Auburn, to be completed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 201.
  • Green River System-Wide Improvement Framework (SWIF) - In Feb. 2016, and Interim SWIF Report was submitted to the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers for review following approval by the King County Flood Control District. This collaborative effort will produce a prioritized set of capital project and programmatic recommendations to achieve reach-specific, flood protection goals in a manner that builds economic, ecologic and community resiliency for current and future generations in the lower Green River valley.
  • Lower Russell Levee Setback Project - This early action SWIF project will replace an old levee and revetment that do not meet current engineering design standards along 1.4-mile-long levee in the City of Kent.
  • Reddington Levee Setback and Extension Project - Construction was completed in 2013 on this project to replace and extend a levee that protects Auburn and the Green River Valley, and create more flood storage and enhance ecological benefits.
  • Teufel Mitigation, Flood Risk, and Habitat Restoration - King County acquired the Teufel Nursery property to provide room for current mitigation needs as well as for future flood risk reduction and salmon habitat restoration work.

White River Basin projects

For more information about flood-related capital projects, please contact Saffa Bardaro, Communication Specialist, River and Floodplain Management Section.