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Public engagement

Clean Water Conversation Workshop

Monday, May 20th, 12:30 – 4:30 p.m.

We held a community conversation about the Clean Water Plan to hear from you what’s important to you when thinking about the future of our communities, our health, our environment, and how we use and take care of our water for decades to come.

Meeting materials:

Community Interviews - Summary . June 4, 2019

The King County Clean Water Plan team conducted community interviews in early 2019. Feedback and common themes from these interviews will inform the Regional Engagement Plan at large, provide a foundation from which to tailor engagement and messaging as we move forward, and provide important information about community priorities to the Planning Team.

Clean Water Plan Advisory Group

King County has organized a Clean Water Plan Advisory Group to provide strategic advice on the planning process. The County will use the advisory group’s input, along with other people’s input, to develop a plan that helps guide future actions around water quality. We will share what we hear with the King County Executive and Council who are responsible for making final decisions. We are committed to a fair and inclusive planning process. The Advisory Group is an important venue for drawing in new perspectives and experiences and providing advice on how to break down barriers to involvement and hear from all kinds of people — including long-time participants in water quality discussions and new, interested parties.

The Clean Water Plan Advisory Group will meet quarterly throughout 2019 into 2020. 

Advisory Group Membership List