In the Water and Land Resources Division, 45 percent of the nearly 400 employees are women representing the STEM fields — the expertise needed to provide clean water and healthy habitat for all of King County.
Equity and Social Justice
The Land Conservation Initiative sets forth the goal of conserving and preserving 65,000 acres of remaining high conservation value lands throughout King County within the next 30 years.
The Summer Youth program provides approximately 15 students the opportunity to learn about watershed management, water quality, local conservation and stewardship activities and careers in environmental fields.
The ESJ iMap application allows employees to access and view census and demographic data with a geographic context for their projects, programs and reporting.
Semhar Abraha is the first trainee in the new Stormwater Services Engineering Internship Program.