Exec meets with employees on visit to Steve Cox Memorial Park
This spring and summer, King County Executive Dow Constantine is traveling 100 miles in 100 days through King County Parks, meeting many of the dedicated employees, partners, and volunteers who contribute to the region’s spectacular parks and trails.
He recently visited Steve Cox Memorial Park, a popular athletic complex located in White Center, named in honor of Sheriff Deputy Steve Cox, who was killed in the line of duty in 2006.
“Parks Coordinator Darlene Sellers led me on a tour of the historic gymnasium built in the 1930s where we offer the White Center Teen Program, providing a safe, welcoming space for young people to connect,” Executive Constantine said after the tour. “I met Coach Tony Rago, who leads the PAL Boxing Club. I also toured the new multipurpose field that we built with funds generated by the King County Parks Levy so it can be used for soccer, lacrosse, and baseball.”
Watch the video below.