2012 Business Plan
Water and Land Resources Division
The Water and Land Resources Division protects water and land resources by providing services that are legally required, that protect public health and safety, and that provide significant environmental benefits, supported by scientific data and monitoring. The division includes the SWM program, the Noxious Weed Program, portions of the King County Hazardous Waste program and the Flood Control Zone District as well as programs that provide economic and technical support for forestry and agriculture, acquiring open space and restoring habitat.
The 2012 Water and Land Resources Division Business Plan presents the division's resource allocation, programming and staffing decisions through 2012. The plan describes the division alignment to the King County Strategic Plan, outlines plans to achieve 3% efficiencies and documents customer satisfaction goals. The Business Plan marks an ambitious path for the division, one reflecting its employees' dedication to protecting the environment and quality of life on behalf of King County's residents.
The 2012 Water and Land Resources Division Business Plan is available in Adobe Acrobat format. For help using Acrobat files, please visit our Acrobat help page.
- 2012 Business Plan, Water and Land Resources Division (189 Kb)
- Appendix 1 - Products, Services & Strategic Plan Alignment (73 Kb)
- Appendix 2 - King County Strategic Plan Objective and Strategy Alignment (77 Kb)
- Appendix 3 ‐ Water and Land Resources Division 3% Efficiency Proposals (104 Kb)
- Appendix 4 - Customer Satisfaction Initiative Services and Products for 2012 Evaluation (23 Kb)
- Appendix 5 - 2010‐2017 Financial Projections, Surface Water Management Program (71 Kb)
- Appendix 6 - 2010‐2017 Financial Projections, King County Noxious Weed Program (69 Kb)
- Appendix 7 - 2010‐2017 Financial Projections, King County Flood Control Zone District (34 Kb)
For questions about the 2011 Water and Land Resources Division Business Plan, please contact Kris Nielsen, Administrative Specialist, King County Water and Land Resources Division Director's Office.