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Lifestyle Northwest – Summer 2016

The Summer 2016 edition of Lifestyle Northwest by Windermere Real Estate featuring homes for sale in waterfront and island communities throughout Puget Sound is now available! 9 more words


Sound Transit proposes faster schedule for ST3

In response to public comments about building transit faster, Sound Transit today proposed to build the ST3 projects sooner — between 2-5 years faster, depending on the project. 172 more words

Community Involvement

Residential Cooling - Tips & Tricks

We don’t get it all year-long but here in Washington when the sun makes and appearance – our homes feel the heat.

Higher temperatures in the home can make it difficult to sleep, uncomfortable and can be dangerous to pets and those at home throughout the day. 394 more words


Meet Marta, the river otter, our newest advocate for river safety

Marta is a river otter who loves to play. It’s no surprise that she loves to swim and glide down slippery mud slopes on her belly into the water. 335 more words

What King County Is Doing

May flowers you don't want to see in your garden

All flowers are beautiful in their own way, but there are some that spell trouble in spite of their aesthetic appeal. King County noxious weed specialists shared these lovely photos of a few not-so-lovely noxious weeds seen on the job this past month. 649 more words

Program News

Seattle Declares State Of Emergency On Homeless Crisis

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and King County Executive Dow Constantine this week declared states of emergency for their homeless crises, pledging millions to better serve residents living on the streets. 345 more words

Seattle News

I’ve mentioned in previews that I’m not very good at guessing distances for park walking paths. My method consists solely of visualizing my junior high’s quarter-mile running track, and then trying to decide if a path I walked is longer or shorter than going around the track. 449 more words