Town halls in unincorporated King County offer residents a chance to engage with King County officials
Shared from the DCHS Touching Base Newsletter
The 2017 Unincorporated Community Service Area (CSA) series of town hall meetings kicked off in April with well-attended meetings in Snoqualmie Valley and on Vashon Island. Residents received reports on local initiatives from their Councilmember, sheriff, assessor and other leaders from King County departments, and had the opportunity to ask questions and voice concerns about issues affecting their community. A few DCHS management members and Best Starts for Kids reps attended the meetings, hosting a DCHS table with information about DCHS programs.
The CSA town halls offer residents of unincorporated King County an opportunity to engage with King County officials and hear about King County’s work in their specific area. DCHS reps will be attending all the meetings, and you’re invited to join! For a list of upcoming CSA meetings, click here.
To learn more about what DCHS is doing in our community, read the most recent issue of the Touching Base Newsletter (on SharePoint).