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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.

Flooding services and information

Flooding services and information
King County, Washington has multiple river systems fed by more than 3,000 miles of streams and 500 flood facilities on more than 119 miles of riverbank. As flood season begins, look up real-time flood conditions, sign up for alerts and research past flood events by river basin.

In the news

KPLU Radio – Jan. 9, 2015
Coalition of King County Cities Adopt Formal Goals In Climate Pact

KING-5 News – Jan. 6, 2015
King County upgrades helped reduce flood damage

KING-5 News – Dec. 24, 2014
Brightwater pipes attract rare fish

KOMO-4 News – Dec. 3, 2014
Green and Local Food Gifts

Seattle Times – Nov. 28, 2014
Unique ideas for giving green holiday gifts

KOMO-4 News – Nov. 19, 2014
DIY Green Holiday Gifts

Seattle Times – Nov. 14, 2014
’Tis the season to go green while entertaining

Maple Valley Reporter – Nov. 11, 2014
Fourth-annual 'I Love the Cedar River' community meeting to be held in Maple Valley

Press center and toolkit

2013 DNRP Annual Report

Logan Harris
Public Affairs Manager
Phone: 206-477-4516

Doug Williams
Media Relations Coordinator
Phone: 206-477-4543

Kate Karpf
Communications Specialist
Phone: 206-477-4537

Tim O'Leary
Multi-Media Specialist
Phone: 206-477-4519

Marie Trigona
Online Public Engagement Specialist
Phone: 206-477-3717

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