with lakes in King County, Washington
Helping citizens monitor, protect, manage, and improve lakes in King County
The Lake Stewardship Program provides technical assistance to help citizens monitor, protect, manage and improve the quality of King County lakes. We can assist you in many ways from helping you identify aquatic plants to providing a speaker for your school or community group. Tof help, please contact Sally Abella, Lake Stewardship Program Manager.
We also offer resource and educational publications, such as the Water Quality Trend Report and the King County Lake Monitoring Report and one-page fact sheets. To learn more, follow the below links.
Water Quality Trend Report
Hydrilla Eradication Project
How you can help
For technical assistance related to lakes in King County, please contact Sally Abella, senior engineer, Lake Stewardship Program.