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Water and Land Resources Division

King County, Washington

For questions about the Water and Land Resources' website, please contact Fred Bentler, webmaster.

Report a problem

Drainage or water quality Drainage or water quality
Stormwater runoff and surface water quality problems call

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

Noxious weed infestation Noxious weed infestation
Report a weed site, please call 206-477-WEED
or e-mail.

About WLRD

Contacts and directions

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Our Mission
King County Water and Land Resources Division is helping to protect King County's water and lands so that its citizens can enjoy them safely today, and for generations to come. WLR mission and goals

News and announcements

Jul. 15, 2014
Motorists: Fix leaks so you ‘Don’t Drip and Drive’
Puget Sound Starts Here offers coupon for free visual leak inspections, repair discount

Jul. 10, 2014
Executive Constantine supports comprehensive approach to improving water quality

Apr. 29, 2014
External article, Issaquah Press
Sally Jewell announces watershed partnership

2013 WLR performance measures

Apr. 25, 2014
Interior Secretary Jewell pitches in with Lake Sammamish kokanee restoration

Apr. 9, 2014
City People’s Garden Store first in King County to commit not to sell invasive plants, noxious weeds

Feb. 12, 2014
Give your business a green EnviroStars valentine

Jan. 7, 2014
Convenient hazardous waste disposal available year-round in King County

2013 King County Flood Hazard Management Plan: Update and Progress Report

Dec. 12, 2013
External column, Seattle Times
How we can use nature to fend off flooding in Puget Sound

Dec. 5, 2013
Marine habitat restoration work in Green-Duwamish watershed key to chinook recovery