McElhoe-Pearson Habitat Restoration Project - Project is planned for summer 2012, restoring the Snoqualmie River channel and reconnecting a high quality wetland to provide off-channel rearing and flood refuge habitat for juvenile salmon
Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Corridor Management Plan - The King County Water and Land Resource Division will develop a Corridor Management Plan that will lead to a well-informed, comprehensive and strategic approach to conducting flood hazard-reduction projects in a way that optimizes expenditure of public funds to reach flood safety and habitat protection and enhancement goals and objectives.
South Fork Snoqualmie Levee Improvement Project - An analysis of the river dynamics along the levied section of the South Fork Snoqualmie River to identify areas of weakness or concern within the levee system and define alternative actions to address them.
Tolt River Action Plan - Work to understand the lower six miles of the Tolt River to inform future flood management decisions.
Rainbow Bend Levee Removal and Floodplain Reconnection Project - Summer construction may result in short-term, temporary river closures at this project site. A three-phase, high priority flood hazard management project in the Rainbow Bend reach of the Cedar River to eliminate flood risks to residents and provide long term protection to a major regional transportation corridor.
Willowmoor Floodplain Restoration Project - The project will alter the transition zone between the Sammamish River and Lake Sammamish in King County's Marymoor Park to improve natural complexity and habitat value while reducing maintenance costs and allowing sustainable flood control.