Social Media Spotlight: Best Starts for Kids Facebook 

Best Starts for Kids builds on the strengths of communities and families so that more babies are born healthy, more children thrive and establish a strong foundation for life, and more young people grow into thriving members of their community.  Follow the Best Starts for Kids on Facebook today!           Click here to view all King County social media pages.  

Social Media Spotlight: King County Emergency News blog 

This blog is maintained by King County Emergency Management. In the event of a widespread disaster or other significant event, it will be used to inform residents in King County, Washington and the central Puget Sound region. The information provided may include safety tips, emergency directives, ways to stay informed, and important updates.  Follow the King County Emergency News blog today!        Click here to view all King County…

Social Media Spotlight: EnviroStars Facebook 

EnviroStars is a one-stop shop for Washington businesses to learn, get help, and get recognized for protecting the environment and public health. The program unifies green business initiatives in the region and across all environmental areas—including energy and water conservation, pollution prevention, and the reduction of toxics, waste, and greenhouse gas emissions.   Follow EnviroStars on Facebook today!       Click…

Social Media Spotlight: Best Starts for Kids Twitter 

Best Starts for Kids puts every child and youth in King County on a path to lifelong success. Best Starts for Kids is an initiative to improve the health and well-being of King County by investing in prevention and early intervention for children, youth, families, and communities.  Follow Best Starts for Kids on Twitter today!     Click here to view all King County…

Social Media Spotlight: Brightwater Center – King County Facebook 

Brightwater Center is a bridge linking existing educational, research, professional and apprenticeship programs with the operation of a new wastewater facility; The Center is a meeting and learning place for science, the environment and human impacts; and The Center aims to connect community members, schools and organizations with real life examples of science, environmental protection…

Social Media Spotlight: What’s up with Stormwater? Facebook 

Stormwater runoff is the water that flows off of hard, impermeable surfaces–like roofs, sidewalks, and roads–when it rains. This water picks up pollutants before it flows into stormdrains that then take the untreated water and dump it directly into streams, rivers, lakes, and Puget Sound. Pollution from stormwater runoff is currently the number one source of pollution in Puget Sound.…