King County Executive
Executive Constantine thanks King County Sheriff’s Deputies
King County Executive Dow Constantine today thanked Sheriff’s Deputies on their work to track down Peter Keller
Property taxes for first half of 2012 now due
Property taxes for the first half of 2012 are due by April 30.
Startup Weekend Gov seeks participant to build apps using government data
The first Startup Weekend aimed at connecting local application developers, entrepreneurs and community members with online government data will take place this weekend, April 27, 28 and 29, in Seattle City Hall.
King County seeks partners to invest in solar panels at County facilities
Community partners are being invited to invest in construction of solar panels at King County “solar hot spots,” for production of electricity to help power County facilities and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, under a clean-energy program launched today by King County.
King County achieves lowest possible borrowing costs for South Park Bridge bonds
Low interest rates mean King County will save millions of dollars over the life of bonds sold to pay for County's share of South Park Bridge replacement
Bus riders and County roads left hanging by Legislature’s failure to act on sustainable funding for transportation
King County Executive Dow Constantine today spelled out the consequences to the public of inaction by the state Legislature on Senate Bill 6582 and House Bill 2751:
Regional task force resolves long-standing dispute over school siting
A 30-member task force representing a broad coalition of stakeholders from throughout the region has unanimously agreed on key recommendations for school siting in King County that call for future schools to be sited in urban areas and rural towns, rather than in areas designated as rural.
Executive congratulates DDES Director for winning Municipal League award as Public Employee of the Year
King County Executive Dow Constantine today congratulated his Director of the Department of Development and Environmental Services, John Starbard, for being named Public Employee of the Year by the Municipal League of King County.
Report shows King County GIS delivered $775 million return on investment over past two decades
King County’s long-term use of its in-house Geographic Information System (GIS) has resulted in three quarters of a billion dollars in net benefits to the County, according to a first-of-its-kind report.
Executive thanks Municipal League of King County for regional leadership award
King County Executive Dow Constantine tonight accepted the 2012 James R. Ellis Regional Leadership Award, at the 53rd Annual Civic Awards Celebration Dinner at Herban Feast in the SODO area of Seattle.
Executive assigns top advisor to open new channels of communication with residents of unincorporated King County
King County Executive Dow Constantine has named one of his top advisors to lead the opening of new channels of communication with residents of the county’s unincorporated areas through creation of Community Service Areas.