Clean Water Plan Employee Open House, today 1-3 p.m.
Over the next few decades, our region will spend billions of dollars to protect water quality in our rivers, lakes, and Puget Sound. The King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks is preparing a Clean Water Plan so we make the right water quality investments at the right time. King County needs to update its wastewater plan and understand other ways to achieve clean water in the region.
We are having a conversation about the plan because we want to hear from you about the best ways to make these investments. Join us today from 1-3 p.m. at King Street Center in the 8th floor conference room.
As a King County employee, your perspective is valuable. This is an opportunity for you to learn more about the Clean Water Plan and share what’s important to you concerning the future of our communities, our health, our environment, and how we use and take care of our water bodies for decades to come.
Unable to attend the Employee Open House at King Street Center? Learn how you can still participate:
- Visit our online open house and complete a questionnaire
- Visit our website www.kingcounty.gov/cleanwaterplan
- Invite us to have a conversation with your workgroup. email Debra.Ross@kingcounty.gov
- Visit a Clean Water Plan exhibit booth at one of these upcoming community events: