Helping our community Revive & Thrive Together
As King County recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re working together across departments to ensure our community can revive and thrive together in the future.
On May 25, the King County Council passed Executive Constantine’s seventh COVID-19 supplemental budget, funded in part by the American Rescue Plan. The total budget includes more than $631 million in community investments focused on food security, rental support, vaccinations, economic recovery, arts and culture, and more.
As part of the rollout, the Executive’s Office worked with KCIT’s Design & Civic Engagement team to create the “Revive & Thrive Together” campaign and visual brand to ensure residents see a unified effort across county departments.
So far, outreach efforts incorporating the Revive & Thrive Together campaign include the Eviction Prevention and Rental Assistance Program and the Small Business Assistance Program.
Revive & Thrive Together also includes proposals to use the campaign and visual identity on signage, apparel, social media and more.
View the Revive & Thrive Together Style Guide to learn more.
Questions about suitability of specific marketing and branding efforts can be directed to the Executive’s Office communications team at Chase.Gallagher@kingcounty.gov.
Questions about custom design and branding options can be directed to the KCIT Design & Civic Engagement visual design team at firstname.lastname@example.org.