School’s out and that means extra time for fun. To celebrate enjoying summer safely, we joined fire departments, police departments and safety agencies for Kids Safety Day at the Museum of Flight. More than 800 kids came out for the event at the Museum of Flight. King County Parks shared their trail safety tips with … More Kid’s Safety Day: Dalmatians, otters and trails
Marta the River Otter, King County’s newest water safety advocate, has been busy in schools this spring reminding King County students about water safety. Like many of us, Marta is eager to get out and enjoy the warm weather. Marta knows rivers because they are her natural habitat. She also knows how dangerous they can … More Marta the River Otter’s top concern is river safety
Marta, the River Otter, has been busy touring schools in King County and getting the word out about the importance of river safety. One of her favorite things to do is trying on lifejackets and showing people how to make sure that they fit. We caught up with her and made a little video of … More Marta, the River Otter, shows us the right way to wear a lifejacket
With hot temperatures expected to push well into the blistering 90s over the next couple of days in King County, Marta the River Otter is reminding folks that want to cool off in local water bodies to stay safe. Marta, King County’s newest water safety advocate, reminds us that drowning is a preventable tragedy and an important public health and public safety issue. … More Cool off safely: wear a lifejacket
Lifejackets are no longer those uncomfortable, bright orange things of yesteryear. Designed with comfort in mind, modern personal flotation devices are engineered for safety and can often mean the difference between life and death. Lifeguards from the Weyerhaeuser-King County Aquatic Center modeled lifejackets provided by REI, Northwest Outdoor Center, and Public Health – Seattle & … More Lifejackets: so stylish, so safe
Was the “GoGreeniest” night, EVER! Costumes. County. Food trucks. Bollywood dancing. Trivia and more County. Department of Natural Resources and Parks was out in force, educating, doling out swag and introducing Marta the River Otter to everyone. A special thanks to King County Parks for being so awesome!
Marta, King County’s newest water safety advocate, had a big day to remind people about water safety. … More It’s warm out, be careful when heading out for fun on the water