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Natural Resources and Parks

King County, Washington

For questions about King County Natural Resources and Parks website, please contact Fred Bentler, webmaster.

Natural resource stewards - Water and Land Resources Keeping water clean - Wastewater Treatment Reduce, reuse, recycle - Solid Waste Our big backyard - Parks and Reccreation

Report a problem

Drain Drainage or water quality
Report stormwater runoff and water quality problems online or call 206-477-4811.

ilegal dumping Illegal dumping
Report illegal dumping or call 206-296-SITE or toll-free at

noxious weeds Noxious weed infestation
Report a weed infestation online or call 206-477-9333.

Report sewer issues Sewer issues
Report construction issues, sewage spills, odor complaints or call 206-477-5371.


Customer Service Guide

"Prompt, Fair, Results-Oriented Service for All"

The Customer Service Guide (pdf) is designed to help you quickly locate the service you need.

Guía de Servicio al Cliente

Green team
King County brings you gogreen 14

The Sustainability Conference for Business & Government

April 29-30, The Conference Center
Use “KINGCOUNTY14” for 50% off

The conference will build on the foundation of cross-sector business and public sector collaboration by shining the spotlight on the food industry, which generated more than $6 billion in revenue last year in King County alone.


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News and announcements

Apr. 1, 2014
2013 DNRP annual report now available: ‘Environmental Stewardship in King County’

2013 King County Accomplishments

Mar. 12, 2014
Welcome spring with educational activities at Brightwater Center

Jan. 21, 2014
External article, The Guardian
You really, really, really ought to spend more time in nature

Jan. 21, 2014
Construction starts soon on Barton pollution control project in West Seattle

Dec. 11, 2013
External article, Bellevue Patch
King County Green Building Policy Top in Nation For Sustainability

» 2013 archived features
» DNRP newsroom

DNRP Video

Eastside rail corridor (ERC) video

Eastside Rail Corridor
Visit Marymoor Park

See what the Eastside Rail Corridor (ERC) looks like today and learn about opportunities and challenges in converting it to a multi-use trail.

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King Count flood alert Flood alerts
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Parcel Viewer
Interactive Property Research Tool

What do I do with? What do I do with?
To find reuse, recycling and disposal options for multiple materials