Capital Services Unit
King County Water and Land Resources Division
Protect human, properties, and natural resources from flooding, soil erosion, and drainage problems by implementing Surface Water Management (SWM) projects and programs per the policies of the King County Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD)..
The primary goal of the Capital Services Unit (CSU) is to implement SWM Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects by planning, designing, constructing, and managing multidisciplinary teams and stakeholders. The following secondary goals are essential for successful accomplishment of the mission.
- Lake Allen Outlet Project
- May Valley Flood Hazard Reduction
- Johnson Pond Hazard Mitigation Grant
- Billy Creek
- Horseshoe Lake Infiltration System
- Seola Pond Full Retrofit - Grant Proposal
- Wilderness Rim Flood Reduction
- Mullen Slough Drainage Improvements
- Lake Hicks Alum Treatment
- Freemouw Buyout (FEMA Grant)
- White Center Regional Stormwater Improvement
- Vashon Island P&R LID Retrofit - Grant Proposal
- Lake Francis Outfall Improvement
- Fairwood 4 Trunkline
- Clough Creek Sediment Problem
- Upper Jones Rd Ravine Erosion
- Capital Needs Assessment
- Tate Creek
For more information about Capital Services Unit, please contact Don Althauser, managing engineer, Water and Land Resources Division.