Cedar River Council
Cedar River Council (CRC) is a public forum connecting people and the river to their government.
The Cedar River Council is an independent, public-private body that promotes the health of the Cedar River Basin, focusing on lower basin issues. King County contributes staff support to the Council.
The Cedar River Council (CRC) began meeting as a group in 1995, with the intent of coordinating implementation of Cedar River Basin Plan recommendations, which were largely focused on the lower Cedar River Basin below City of Seattle’s diversion dam at Landsburg. The CRC was specifically cited by King County Council Motion 9410 (1994), which created the Cedar River Legacy Project by Ordinance 12809 (1997) which adopted the basin plan
The primary focus of the CRC was on implementation of the basin plan and Cedar River Legacy acquisition priorities. The CRC’s work program and focus has evolved over the years, but has always included a strong component of supporting the primary goals of the basin plan, which were related to flood hazard reduction, habitat protection and restoration, and water quality protection.
Council membership includes residents and representatives from environmental groups, businesses, and local, state, federal and tribal governments.
All interested in the economic and ecological health of the Cedar River basin are encouraged to participate!
About the CRC
Meetings and documents
- January 22, 7-9 p.m., Maplewood Greens Golf Course, Maple Valley - meeting notes
- February 26, 7-9 p.m., Maplewood Greens Golf Course, Maple Valley - meeting notes
- March 26, 7-9 p.m., Red Lion,1 S Grady Way, Renton - meeting notes
- April 23, 7-9 p.m., Red Lion,1 S Grady Way, Renton - agenda
- May 28, 7-9 p.m., Red Lion,1 S Grady Way, Renton - agenda
- * June 25, *6-8 p.m., SPU Cedar River Education Center, North Bend
- * July 23, *6-8 p.m., CRC BBQ Location TBD
- August, Vacation
- September 24 Meeting cancelled
- October 22, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. - agenda
- November 19, 7-9 p.m., Red Lion Hotel, Spruce Room 1 S. Grady Way, Renton, WA 98057
- December, Vacation
- January 23
- February 27, 7p.m., Maplewood Greens Golf Course, Maple Valley - agenda | Response to questions about the proposed Maple Valley Asphalt Facility (HWY 169)
- March 27, 7p.m., Maplewood Greens Golf Course, Maple Valley - meeting notes
- April 24, 7p.m., Maplewood Greens Golf Course, Maple Valley - agenda
- Presentation: Chinook Salmon Recovery:Cedar River and Beyond
- Presentation: Cedar River Salmon and Steelhead, Viability and Future
- Cedar River Sites Industrial Moratorium Study
- Cedar River Council letter to King County: Proposed Lakeside Industries Asphalt Plan
- King County Response to Cedar River Council: Proposed Lakeside Industries Asphalt Plan
- May 29, 7p.m., Maplewood Greens Golf Course, Maple Valley
- June 26 meeting cancelled.
- July 24, 6p.m., Renton History Museum, 235 Mill Ave South external link ; map below shows parking.
- August - Vacation
- September 25, 7p.m., Maplewood Greens Golf Course, Maple Valley
- October 23, 7p.m. Maplewood Greens Golf Course, Maple Valley
- November 27, 7p.m., Maplewood Greens Golf Course, Maple Valley - meeting notes
- December - Vacation
- November 15/16/18 agenda | notes
- October 25 agenda | notes
- September 27 agenda | notes
- July 26 agenda | notes
- June 28 agenda | notes
- May 24 agenda | notes
- April 26 agenda | notes
- March 22 agenda | notes
- February 28 agenda | notes
- January 26 agenda | notes
Nathan Brown III
Cedar River Council Coordinator
Water and Land Resources Division
Department of Natural Resources and Parks
201 South Jackson Street, #600
Seattle, Washington 98104-3855
For questions or comments regarding the Cedar River Council, please contact Nathan Brown, Project Program Manager, King County Ecological Restoration and Engineering Services Unit.