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Report a weed infestation online or call 206-477-9333.
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A University of Essex study compared the benefits of hiking in the woods around a lake with those of walking in an indoor shopping center:
We suggest going for a hike. Read our trail information or look up printable park and trail maps designed by King County's GIS Center.
Jul. 23, 2014
Regional leaders unite in call to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in King County
Targeting 80 percent reduction of countywide emissions by 2050
Jul. 2, 2014
King County wastewater treatment plants earn national environmental awards
Jun. 30, 2014
State auditor reports zero findings in examination of County's 2013 financial statements
May 31, 2014
King County crews respond to sinkhole in Seattle’s Madison Valley
May 8, 2014
King County ‘Recicla mas’ Spanish-language recycling campaign earns top outreach honor
Apr. 29, 2014
External article, Issaquah Press
Sally Jewell announces watershed partnership
Apr. 25, 2014
Interior Secretary Jewell pitches in with Lake Sammamish kokanee restoration
Apr. 23, 2014
Get info on RainWise rebates at the Northwest Green Home Tour, April 26
Apr. 21, 2014
Applications for Lower Duwamish Green Grants accepted through 6/2
Apr. 17, 2014
Waste-to-energy system to supply renewable electricity, heat at West Point Treatment Plant
» 2014 archived features
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