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Oct. 3, 2017
Bond rating boost, refinancing saves $41.2 million for King County sewer utility ratepayers 

Mar. 10, 2017
External article, Issaquah Reporter
Planned kokanee documentary to tell the story of the little red fish in Lake Sammamish 

Dec. 6, 2016
Natural Resources and Parks is the first King County department to make its operations and purchases carbon-neutral

Nov. 7, 2016
Help King County Parks reduce congestion at trailheads by taking online survey

Sep 29, 2016
Partnership delivers new trail system, access at King County Parks’ Black Diamond Open Space

Sep. 27, 2016
Modest solid waste rate increase will help County update facilities, add recycling options

Sep. 14, 2016
King County’s bond sale saves ratepayers millions

Sep. 12, 2016
Washington State Supreme Court lets verdict stand for King County in Brightwater lawsuit 

May 3, 2016
King County’s stellar credit rating will result in lowest sewer rate increase in 15 years and reduce debt by $582 million 

Apr. 21, 2016
Earth Day 2016 - Small daily actions can add up to big, earth-friendly changes

 Apr. 21, 2016
External report, East of Seattle News
This Earth Day join King County's 'One Million Trees' effort

Apr. 21, 2016
King County’s ‘Best Workplaces for Waste Prevention and Recycling’ list enters 10th year

National Battery Day on February 18 (external)

  • Find a collection site near you
  • Take a photo recycling your batteries
  • Submit your photo to post it on social media! 

Feb. 2, 2016
King County bond refinancing saves $65 million for sewer utility ratepayers

Jan. 27, 2016
'Don’t Drip and Drive’ campaign wins National Environmental Achievement Award

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