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2001 Annual Report Groundwater Protection Program
A progress report on the services, programs, and activities of the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks' Groundwater Protection Program
King County's Groundwater Protection Program strives to assure the public health and safety of King County citizens by protecting the quality and quantity of the County's precious groundwater resources. This is achieved through a comprehensive suite of activities including data collection and management, education, and policy coordination and implementation. In order for citizens to better understand what we do and how they can get involved, the 2001 King County Groundwater Protection Program Annual Report is now available.
The report provides a detailed overview of the program's mission, core services, data analysis results, budget and staffing, and recommendations for the future. Maps and figures help to explain our work and an in depth appendix provides more details.
The 2001 King County Groundwater Protection Program Annual Report is offered in Adobe Acrobat Format. For help using Acrobat, please visit our Acrobat Help Page. The report is available as one file and in multiple sections for reduced network traffic and faster downloads. CD versions and paper copies of the report can be obtained by contacting the main reception desk of the Water and Land Resources Division via email or at 206-296-6519.