King County’s Firewise program is reminding residents that even in temperate western Washington it only takes a few hot sunny days to dry forests enough to catch fire. And, in windy conditions wildfires can get out of control quickly. Wildfires burn every year in east King County.Continue readingHot weather can mean wildfire – even in King County
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.Continue readingCool off safely: wear a lifejacket
Families had a blast at King County’s second-annual Cine en el Parque in Steve Cox Memorial Park in White Center
Big efficiency improvements to SAM’s energy and water systems were made possible through the King County Green Community Initiative and the Washington State Housing Finance Commission. Continue readingThe Seattle Art Museum (SAM) is getting greener, thanks in large part to King County
Was the “GoGreeniest” night, EVER! Costumes. County. Food trucks. Bollywood dancing. Trivia and more County. Department of Natural Resources and
Cine en el Parque vuelve a White Center el 6 de Agosto. Ven con tu familia a ver la película Un Gallo con Muchos Huevos en Steve Cox Memorial Park y disfruta de las actividades.
6 de Agosto – 6:30 p.m.Continue readingCine en el Parque regresa a White Center – Movie at the Park returns