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Taking a Phased Approach - King County
Taking a Phased Approach Implementing the ECR Program in phases was crucial to the Program's success. As a 1998 Project Report succinctly put it, “overall vision, however clear and compelling, cannot be realized whole.” Each phase was individually funded, enabling immediate benefits to be realized at each phase. ...
Wordy phrase replacements - King County
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Foothills Trail - King County
Phase I also included improving the crossing at 252nd Ave S and installing a new pedestrian footbridge over a small stream that bisects the trail. For more information read this handout. Construction update: This project is currently in the design phase. You can view the current 60% design plans below.
Executive Constantine announces plan to re-open limited ...
King County has not yet met key criteria to enter Phase 2 of the Safe Start plan and case counts are still unstable, so it will move forward with a modified approach, including partial re-opening of the following businesses and activities: Recreation and fitness
Issaquah Creek Flooding Information - King County
The following information has been provided by the City of Issaquah. The City of Issaquah Flood Warning System provides residents with a way to obtain information on impending floodwaters so that they can take proper defensive actions and prepare themselves before serious flooding occurs.. City of Issaquah Public Works Operations 425-837-3470 For assistance with drainage and flooding problems ...
Executive Order for Implementing the County's Program for ...
WHEREAS, King County is the owner and operator of a municipal separate storm sewer system that is regulated under Phase I of the Clean Water Act’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) through a municipal stormwater permit (municipal permit) issued by the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology).
WaterWorks Grant Program - King County
Blog: Clean water stories WaterWorks grants funding 69 community projects in 2020, December 30, 2019. Young “Salmon Heroes” are out at salmon spawning locations, October 25, 2019. Investing in water quality, one community at a time, June 22, 2018. Read more stories about WaterWorks-funded projects.
Eastrail - King County
The Eastrail will be an uninterrupted 42-mile trail that will connect the Eastside like never before and provide the communities of Renton, Bellevue, Kirkland, Woodinville, Snohomish, and Redmond with new opportunities for non-motorized recreation and transportation.. Currently 13 miles of the Eastrail are open, 5 of which are owned by King County. The Eastrail has numerous trail sections ...
Maury Island Natural Area - King County
Updates – May 2020. King County Parks began the cleanup of contaminated soil in the Maury Island Natural Area the week of September 16, 2019. This cleanup is mandated by an Agreed Order with the Washington Department of Ecology.. As of early-May, the first phase of the project is complete and all the trails are capped with gravel and soil in the northeast part of the park and with gravel in ...
King County Adult Drug Diversion Court - King County
The King County Drug Diversion Court (KCDDC) Program was started in August 1994, by the late Norm Maleng and then King County Superior Court Judge Ricardo Martinez. (Currently a U.S. District Court judge). At the time of its founding, KCDDC was the twelfth drug court in the country. Currently, there are drug courts in every state and 3,130 ...