Let WTD know your priorities for the Clean Water Plan

Online Clean Water Plan questionnaire closes Nov. 1 — tell us what you think 

Since spring 2019, we have been talking with people about the Clean Water Plan and listening to their priorities for our rivers, lakes, and Puget Sound.  

King County Wastewater Treatment Division has important water quality investment decisions to make. The decisions will have benefits and tradeoffs for regional water quality and public spending for decades to come. The investments could cost billions of dollars over the coming decades. The Clean Water Plan is part of King County’s focus on Clean Water, Healthy Habitat. It will help us make the right investments at the right time for the best water quality outcomes.  

We are asking community members to share what is important to them when thinking about the future of our communities, our health, and our environment. We want to hear about the best ways to use and take care of our water for decades to come. 

The Clean Water Plan online questionnaire will close on November 1. The questionnaire is available in 11 languages. Please take a moment to share your ideas. 

The Clean Water Plan Online Open House Questionnaire is available until November 1. Let us know what’s important to you.