Department of Natural Resources and Parks
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 will re-open its parks and trails on May 8 with some restrictions. Learn more.
Report a problem
Drainage or water quality
Report stormwater runoff and water quality problems online or call 206-477-4811.
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.
Report construction issues, sewage spills, odor complaints or call 206-477-5371.
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News and announcements
Dec. 5, 2019
External article, Seattle Times
As costs soar, King County wants to redo water-pollution agreement with state and feds