King County

King County provides regional services to all residents of the county, including people who live in cities. These include courts and related legal services, public health services, the county jail, records and elections, property tax appraisals and regional parks and facilities, including the King County International Airport (Boeing Field). With the voter-approved merger of Metro and King County, county government has also assumed the responsibility for public transit and sewage disposal.

WaterWorks is now accepting proposals for the 2021-22 grant cycle, with $2.2 million available through the competitive track. The deadline for Letters of Intent is February 17, 2021.

WaterWorks is now accepting proposals for the 2021-22 grant cycle, with $2.2 million available through the competitive track. The Letter of Intent (LOI) is the first step in the process and is required to receive funding.

To apply, go to Application processThe deadline for Letters of Intent is February 17, 2021.

Non-profits, tribes, cities, schools, and special purpose districts are all eligible to apply, and partnerships are encouraged.

 

WaterWorks provides funding for projects that improve water quality in the service area for King County’s regional wastewater system. This grant program complements the water quality mission of the Wastewater Treatment Division.

In addition to the WaterWorks competitive grants, water quality project funding is available through King County Council allocated funding.

Approximately $2 million are awarded every two years for organizations carrying out a variety of projects. Non-profits, schools and educational institutions, cities, counties, tribes, and special purpose districts are eligible to apply, and partnerships are encouraged.

 

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