Residents and workers of King County awarded Executive Award for Community Resilience  

The 10th annual King County Executive Award for Community Resilience was presented today to all the residents and workers of King County for their dedication to the community. As King County deals with the twin pandemics of COVID-19 and racial injustice, residents and workers have stepped up to show what true resilience really looks like. From first responders, to healthcare workers, to teachers and daycare workers, to all the King County government employees, individuals have made tremendous sacrifice to keep others safe.    

Past recipients have included the Somali Health Board, King County Search and Rescue, and the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe.   

Congratulations to all those who work and live in King County. This award is for you. Read 
more in the official press release, and view the winners in the video below.