King County Executive announces new grant opportunities for unincorporated area projects 

King County Executive Dow Constantine today announced the availability of Community Service Area grant funding for a wide variety of educational, cultural and environmental projects that will benefit residents of unincorporated areas.

“Community Service Area grants help people share in local art, enhance our forests and green spaces, and connect with neighbors young and old,” said Executive Constantine. “We are proud to support the youth and senior projects, movie and music nights, and neighborhood gatherings that help make King County such a great place to call home.”

A total of $90,000 in King County Community Service Area Program grant funding is available for projects costing less than $5,000.

Previous grant funding for projects benefiting unincorporated King County residents have included vegetation restoration and enhancement projects, free summertime concerts, community  clean-up events and clubhouse exterior remodels in public areas.

Read more in the official press release.