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Covid-19 Response

King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks employees continue to perform critical work that helps safeguard human and environmental health. Based on established COVID-19 guidance provided by Public Health – Seattle & King County, all DNRP offices are closed to the public.

King County Parks re-opened our parks and trails on May 8 with some restrictions. Learn more.

For questions about COVID-19, visit, view Service changes because of COVID-19 and subscribe to the Public Health Insider blog.

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Drainage or water quality
Report stormwater runoff and water quality problems online or call 206-477-4811.

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

Noxious weed infestation
Report a noxious weed infestation online or call 206-477-9333.

Sewer issues
Report construction issues, sewage spills, odor complaints or call 206-477-5371.

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To find reuse, recycling and disposal options for multiple materials

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Green Jobs
Find many environmental careers available within our department and King County.


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