King County Executive
National coalition selects King County as one of four sites in U.S. to receive revitalization grant
Living Cities, a philanthropic organization comprised of 22 of the world's largest foundations and financial institutions, selected King County as one of four sites across the United States to receive a $750,000 grant to expand its strategy to revitalize historically underserved neighborhoods.
Inquest ordered into fatal shooting of man in Ravenna area following ramming of patrol car
Fact-finding hearing is customary to determine causes and circumstances of any death involving a member of law enforcement while in performance of duties.
More frequent, reliable bus service will connect Seattle riders with light rail in 2016
Riders will have access to more frequent, reliable bus and light-rail service that connects downtown Seattle to Capitol Hill and the University of Washington when Sound Transit extends light-rail service in 2016, thanks to a plan approved by the Metropolitan King County Council that was proposed by Executive Constantine.
Property taxes due for second half of 2015
King County offers a secure and efficient online payment system among other options for property taxpayers.
Executive leads partnership to produce the next generation of highly skilled aerospace workers
King County Executive Dow Constantine is working with local business and education leaders to connect residents with high-paying, in-demand aerospace jobs. This will help King County produce the next generation of highly skilled, talented workers that the region's aerospace industry needs to compete.
Labor relations director to take on management role in Sheriff’s office
Patti Cole-Tindall, director of the King County Office of Labor Relations for the past six years, has accepted a top-level management position with the King County Sheriff, County Executive Dow Constantine and Sheriff John Urquhart announced.