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King 5 – Apr. 28, 2015
King County taking insurers to court again over Brightwater
King 5 – Apr. 28, 2015
Redmond golf course a leader in reclaimed water usage
Mercer Island Reporter – Apr. 23, 2015
Mysteries of the green scum
Issaquah Reporter – Apr. 7, 2015
The Deadliest Watch?; Check out King County's live cam of fish fry in the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery
The Fremont Universe – Mar. 29, 2015
Fremont Siphon Replacement Project Breaks Ground
Redmond Reporter – Mar. 20, 2015
County presents options for Willowmoor project
KPLU Radio – Feb. 9, 2015
Deputies cracking down on leash law violators in King County parks
Bothell/Kenmore Reporter – Jan. 24, 2015
Expanded recycling for bulbs, tubes with mercury offered at King County transfer stations
KPLU Radio – Jan. 9, 2015
Coalition of King County Cities Adopt Formal Goals In Climate Pact
KING-5 News – Jan. 6, 2015
King County upgrades helped reduce flood damage
KING-5 News – Dec. 24, 2014
Brightwater pipes attract rare fish
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Time running out to register for 6th-annual King County Parks’ Big Backyard 5K, May 31
King County Parks' Big Backyard 5K presented by Group Health is coming right up. Sign up today for this fun family event - and don't forget to bring your leashed pooch!
‘Rolling closures’ for work on King County’s Burke Gilman, Sammamish River trails
Crews will soon begin annual maintenance along the Burke Gilman and Sammamish River trails to ensure open sightlines and good drainage - and trail users should expect brief delays along trail sections.
Celebrate National Trails Day in King County Parks’ newest park – Cougar/Squak Corridor
With the struggle won to preserve an irreplaceable slice of the Issaquah Alps, King County Parks and its partners invite everyone to enjoy the grand opening of Cougar/Squak Corridor Park.
Wastemobile brings household hazardous waste collection opportunity to Enumclaw, June 5-7
Visit the Wastemobile when it comes to Enumclaw to safely dispose of all household hazardous waste at no cost.
Local industrial facilities earn recognition for environmental compliance
Commitment to business practices that protect regional water quality earned environmental awards for 72 local industrial facilities from King County’s Industrial Waste Program.