Half a million King County residents don’t have easy access to a park, trail or to green space. Think about
A lot of us are thinking about turning a new leaf and finalizing our New Year’s resolutions. Let’s be honest,
King County bolstered its reputation as a national leader in the effort to confront climate change in 2017, delivering on Executive Dow Constantine’s commitment to protect the region’s natural environment while creating more resilient communities.
School’s out and that means extra time for fun. To celebrate enjoying summer safely, we joined fire departments, police departments
We took some them from this year’s most popular New Year’s resolutions and put a green spin for small steps to make 2017 an eco-tastic year.
In 2016, King County made significant progress on the 16 miles of new trail it’s contributing to the emerging Eastside Rail Corridor, which will connect communities from Renton to Woodinville with a world-class, uninterrupted multipurpose trail system.
We got a huge response from the aerial footage of the Wilburton Trestle posted in Jan. and we decided to share an extended clip. Can you imagine the century-old wooden railroad bridge that once carried lumber and freight will one day carry a regional trail with walkers, runners and cyclists?
OK, 12’s, since you’re obviously going to be pumped up by the Seahawks’ victory on Sunday – and since it’s an early game with plenty of postgame daylight – why not burn off your excess energy by paying a visit to a King County park or trail?
Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy of service in the community by volunteering. This MLK Day, we have two
Take a look at this footage above the Wilburton Trestle, an iconic structure along the old rails of the proposed Eastside Rail Corridor, a multi-use corridor trail connecting East and South King County communities.