King County needs residents of the Skyway/West Hill, North Highline/White Center, East Renton Plateau, Fairwood, and East Federal Way areas to serve on a new committee that will help the county spend money for capital improvements in their communities.Continue reading King County to residents of its urban unincorporated areas: Help us decide how to spend $10 million in your neighborhoods
Good news – the King County Sheriff’s Office continues to accept applications for its independent investigation team!
The King County Sheriff’s Office is looking for volunteer community representatives to help increase trust between law enforcement and the community with a new independent investigation team. If necessary, this independent investigation team will be tasked with investigating the use of deadly force by a King County Sheriff’s police officer. More information is provided below and here.Continue reading UPDATED: Help the Sheriff’s Office make a difference in your community
(By Broch Bender, King County Road Services Division)
Local Services proudly welcomes Tricia Davis as the new director of its Road Services Division.
Tricia comes to us as a 13-year employee at King County, most recently as deputy director for Metro’s Rail Division and, prior to that, as a budget supervisor in King County’s Office of Performance, Strategy and Budget (PSB).Continue reading Road Services welcomes new director Tricia Davis
Local Services Director John Taylor this week announced the appointment of Davis – who’s currently Deputy Director of King County Metro’s Rail Operations Division.
She will begin working with Road Services in November, and her appointment will be effective once the King County Council confirms it later this year.Continue reading Tricia Davis named Director of King County Local Services Road Services Division
We have big news: Businesses in unincorporated King County are getting an additional week to apply for a Small Business Assistance Grant.
The application period has been extended to Friday, Sept. 11. To apply or for more information, visit kingcounty.gov/LocalBusinessHelp.Continue reading Deadline extended: Small businesses in unincorporated King County have until Sept. 11 to apply for COVID-19 assistance grants
Small businesses will get another opportunity to apply for a King County Small Business Assistance Grant starting on Friday, Aug. 21. Businesses will have two weeks to apply. These grants are for businesses that have been hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic and are located in unincorporated parts of King County (outside of cities). The updated requirements mean more businesses are potentially eligible for grant money than during the first round.
The new deadline to apply is Friday, Sept. 4. Visit kingcounty.gov/LocalBusinessHelp for more information.Continue reading Updated eligibility requirements offer another chance for businesses in unincorporated King County to apply for COVID-19 grants
Unincorporated King County’s popular Community Service Area Town Halls are going virtual this year.
As with just about everything in 2020, we had to think creatively about how to deliver these popular, usually in-person events while COVID-19 limits public gatherings. Last summer, hundreds of residents turned out to hear directly from King County leaders and officials, explore government services, and more at these events in their communities.Continue reading Mark your calendars—King County Local Services will hold virtual town halls in September and October
If you own a small business in unincorporated King County that’s been hurt by COVID-19, and you meet basic eligibility criteria, you can apply for a Small Business Assistance Grant.Continue reading Small businesses in unincorporated King County hurt by COVID-19 can apply for grants starting June 26
Business owners in unincorporated King County can call or sign up online to receive business assistance coaching. This service is provided under the $4 million Small Business Assistance Program, approved by the King County Council in May, to help businesses in the unincorporated areas recover from the impacts of COVID-19-related closures.Continue reading Technical assistance coaching and language support now available to unincorporated King County businesses hurt by COVID-19