Watersheds, rivers and streams
King County watershed map
Click on the map below to find information about specific watersheds, rivers and streams including news, reports, data, activities, grants, and stewardship organizations. For info spanning multiple watersheds, see King County's watershed information page.
A watershed in King County is the land area draining to a nearby river or lake, or directly into Puget Sound.
King County rivers and watersheds by name
- Vashon - Maury Island
- Sammamish Watershed
- Snoqualmie - Skykomish River Watershed
- Cedar River - Lake Washington Watershed
- Green River Watershed
- White River Watershed
City of Seattle watersheds
Seattle watersheds (urban creeks)
Urban creek watersheds not only are home to fish and wildlife, but help to filter stormwater before it enters lakes, the Duwamish River and Puget Sound.
Seattle watersheds (drinking water)
Information about Seattle's Tolt River and Cedar River watersheds, where Seattle and much of King County gets its drinking water.
City of Bellevue
Storm and surface water
City of Bellevue introduces its "stream team", provides information about lakes, streams and wetlands, provides help to prevent floods and water pollution, provides floodplain information and offers volunteer opportunities.