We care about our customers and Puget Sound. That’s why we’re offering Natural Yard Care workshops to help you turn your yard into a dream-not a nightmare.
Rain used to be welcomed in our region. King County’s WaterWorks Grant Program is helping our communities celebrate the rain once again.
Hamm Creek resides in the southern Duwamish Watershed, with many work and volunteer groups extending hands to save patches of nature along its banks. Today, the Hamm Creek Estuary looks like the historic Duwamish River habitat it’s meant to be, meandering through a brackish marsh lined with native plants. But not long ago, Hamm Creek…
You’ve been up since 6 a.m. to get the turkey, turducken, or tofurkey in the oven. You’re sleep deprived after staying up late to bake pies and clean the house for holiday guests. Now it’s 7 p.m. The guests are gone. You’ve eaten a lot, laughed a lot, and you’re ready to call it a day.…
High school seniors learn that even though fish can’t live on land, and people can’t live in water, we share some important needs.
At King County Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD), we spend our days operating and building wastewater infrastructure and finding ways to make our utility even more sustainable in the future. All that hard work doesn’t stop us from pitching in on our days off. Employees volunteer their time and skills in their communities to help youth,…
Snohomish County rescue teams and WTD employees train at King County’s Brightwater Treatment Plant.
King County WTD’s rolling wastewater education center helps us reach out to communities in our service area.
When PAWS naturalists were looking for great habitat to host recovered flying squirrels, they contacted WTD.
On September 27, 2016, WTD received recognition of the work that turns our future vision into reality.