The variety of programming on King County TV reflects the range of regional and local issues facing King County government, and the public services it provides – from transportation and public health to criminal justice and environmental protection. Follow King County TV on Facebook today. Click here to view all King County social media pages.
We bring the best people together to deliver value to our customers and stakeholders and continuously improve waste prevention, resource recovery, and waste disposal. King County operates eight transfer stations, two drop-boxes, the Cedar Hills Regional Landfill, and many programs to help customers recycle. Learn more about the Solid Waste Division at kingcounty.gov/solidwaste. Follow King County Solid Waste on Facebook today. …
King County Medic One is a publicly-funded Emergency Medical Service that provides world class Advanced Life Support (ALS) for the southern region of King County in Washington State. We serve a population of over 750,000 people. Follow KCMedic1 on Facebook today. Click here to view all King County social media pages.
King County Assessor John Wilson was elected on November 4, 2015, and assumed office on January 1, 2016. The Assessments department strives to deliver excellent customer service, accountability, fair and equitable valuation Follow the Assessor Wilson on Facebook today. Click here to view all King County social media pages.
KCTV produces original programming on county issues, services, & broadcasts live meetings. Channel 22 in most areas of King County. Watch in HD on Comcast channel 322. Follow the King County TV on Twitter today. Click here to view all King County social media pages. https://twitter.com/KingCountyTV
King County Road Services (Roads) maintains 1,500 miles of road and 181 bridges in unincorporated King County. Our Facebook page is monitored during business hours. 24/7 Roads Helpline: 206-477-8100 or 1-800-527-6237 (1-800-KC-ROADS) Follow the King County Roads on Facebook today. Click here to view all King County social media pages.
The King County Youth Justice blog updates you on work the County and its partners are taking on to reduce youth interaction with the juvenile justice system – especially for youth of color who are disproportionately represented in it. Each post highlights the County’s continuous efforts to improve its support of lasting, positive youth development. …
The kcenvirolab page highlights how King County is helping safeguard the region’s water quality green2.kingcounty.gov/marine/Photo Follow kcenvirolab on Instagram today. Click here to view all King County social media pages.
Learn more and get involved in Metro’s plans for the future and the current projects underway. for more information about King County Metro, please visit www.kingcounty.gov/metro. Follow Have a say at KC Metro on Facebook today. Click here to view all King County social media pages.
King County is a great place to live, work and play. This is the official account of the Office of Executive Dow Constantine and his staff.bit.ly/2oZSJ9d Follow the Office of the King County Exec on Instagram today. Click here to view all King County social media pages.