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. … More The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) is getting greener, thanks in large part to King County
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!
Everyone can win prizes by visiting with agency and program employees – and one lucky moviegoer will win a pair of tickets to the 107.7 The End – Summer Camp concert, Aug. 13 at Marymoor Park. To be entered into the drawing for concert tickets, just grab a GoGreen Passport on the way in to … More Join us July 13 for GoGreen Night at Marymoor Park!
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. … More Cine en el Parque regresa a White Center – Movie at the Park returns
Last year saw the wettest winter and driest summer of the last 100 years. How can you have a lush and thriving lawn (or garden) this summer? … More Tips for smart watering that are good for gardens and utility bills
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
Marta is a river otter who loves to play. She’s also on a mission to help King County residents learn the importance of river safety. … More Meet Marta, the river otter, our newest advocate for river safety
Maybe you’re wondering why King County work groups are wearing lifejackets at work. Lifejackets save lives. We’re also celebrating Wear Your Lifejacket to Work Day. Wear Your Lifejacket to Work Day is a good excuse to have fun raising awareness around a serious issue: drowning prevention. Every year, we see preventable tragedy on the water. … More Why are we wearing lifejackets to work?
Home gardeners and landscape professionals can get expert advice by calling the Garden Hotline at 206-633-0224, Monday – Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. … More Garden Questions? Call the Garden Hotline 206-633-0224