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Logan Harris
Public Affairs Manager
Phone: 206-477-4516

Doug Williams
Media Relations Coordinator
Phone: 206-477-4543

Kate Karpf
Communications Specialist
Phone: 206-477-4537

Tim O'Leary
Multi-Media Specialist
Phone: 206-477-4519

Marie Trigona
Online Public Engagement Specialist
Phone: 206-477-3717

Recent news releases


Ongoing Green River levee work helps ensure safety for public, businesses
Crews are making important repairs and performing necessary maintenance to the system of levees along the Green River - and that means temporary closures along stretches of King County's Green River Trail.


New grant funding available to support grassroots water quality projects in King County
To bolster local efforts to protect water quality, control pollution and build healthy communities, King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division is announcing $850,000 in funding for community-driven environmental projects through the new WaterWorks Grant Program. Applications will be accepted through Sept. 16.


Household hazardous waste collection comes to Bothell with the Wastemobile, July 31 – Aug. 2
Reduce clutter in a closet, garage or storage unit while at the same time keeping our environment clean and healthy by visiting the roving Wastemobile household hazardous waste collection site in Bothell.


King County Executive honors ‘Best Workplaces for Waste Prevention and Recycling’
Businesses small and large across King County are being honored for their commitment to recycling and waste prevention - diverting tons of recyclable materials from the landfill and saving resources.


King County work on levees from Tukwila to Kent needed to ensure continued strength of levee system that protects people, businesses, cities
The ongoing work by King County along levees that protect Green River Valley cities from flooding will continue to require temporary closures along short sections of the Green River Trail.