• The Seattle wastewater treatment facility is going for the gold as the city strives to make a comeback after extensive damages occurred due to flooding. While not completely operational or functioning up to standard, there have been many steps in the right direction to begin...

  • Seattle’s oldest park, namely Denny Park, has reopened with a new and improved look. After several upgrades consisting of new pathways, paved areas and more, the park has reopened just in time for summer. Some of the welcome changes include a new automatic irrigation system,...

  • Seattle’s wastewater treatment plant is in the process of getting back to normal operations after a recent equipment outage led to a massive sewer overflow. The facility encountered large-scale flooding causing extensive damage to an underground network of pumps, motors, and electric panels. The 32-

  • The winter months in Seattle, Spokane, and other nearby cities, bring challenges for street maintenance and storm water systems due to the inclement weather. The water systems have been cause for concern, as bouts of snow have piled up in neighborhoods throughout the state. Once...

  • The City of Everett is in the process of inspecting specific northwest neighborhood downspouts in the combined sewer area. If your downspouts qualify for the program, the Conservation District will outline and install a downspout disconnection system for your home at no expense to you. Properly...

  • Undoubtedly, you are still enjoying the many highlights that this time of year brings, but as the glory days of summer begin to wane, no worries! We’ve got some exciting events scheduled for you and they’re coming up right around the corner. Mark your calendars...

  • Seattle has different rules when in pertains to sewer responsibility and cost commitments. Unlike other cities, in Seattle it’s ultimately the owners’ responsibility to maintain these “side sewers” pipes even under the sidewalk or street, all the way to the connection with the city main...

  • Recently, a tunneling project within the City is thought to be the cause of a sinkhole that occurred this Month. The sinkhole happened near the Roosevelt neighborhood at 12th Avenue NE and 62nd Street NE. The damaged area was approximately 3 feet wide and 6...

  • The City of Seattle has been steadily working toward the completion of the Murray Combined Sewer Overflow Project. This ambitious sewer project is in its final year and is soon coming to a close. The end of this year will mark the completion of a...

  • The City of Spokane is in the process of outlining one of the largest projects, thus far, to manage overflows to the Spokane River from combined wastewater and storm water sewers. A $30 million, 2.2-million gallon underground tank will be positioned at Spokane Falls Boulevard,...

  • Students at Washington State University are making notable strides in sustainable initiatives, all while gaining recognition and awards for their efforts. The Environmental Protection Agency’s latest “People, Prosperity and Planet” grant awards up to $15,000 to develop sustainability projects to imp

  • A celebration is near for residents of Seattle! The public will have the chance to run, bike or simply stroll across the world’s longest floating bridge in April. The Washington State Department of Transportation will host a grand opening celebration to mark the completion of...

  • Seattle was one of the first cities in the United States to adopt a percent-for-art ordinance in 1973. For 40 years, Seattle’s public art program has been considered ideal. The program integrates artworks and the ideas of artists into a variety of public settings, advancing...

  • King County protects the region’s water quality and prevents water pollution by providing wastewater treatment to 34 cities and local sewer utilities, and one tribe. The revenues generated through sewer rates go toward maintaining and operating the regional wastewater system serving utilities

  • In Seattle, frequent, severe storms stress the city’s drainage, causing flooding in the streets and sewer backups — a condition that promises to be magnified by climate change. But an innovative collaboration driven by the city’s water, sewer, and drainage agency has resulted in the...

  • Like many cities, Seattle, has had its share of problems with combined sewer overflows (CSOs) and sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs). Recently, more than 154 million gallons of raw sewage and storm water spilled into the water bodies around the city. However, a unique consent decree...

  • The city of Seattle is in the process of a sewer rehabilitation project.  Many homes in the South Park community experience sewage backups during periods of extended or heavy rain, and flooding is often seen near homes and businesses. These backups and flooding problems are...

  • Natural drainage prevents polluted runoff from harming the fish and other wildlife that call Longfellow Creek home. Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is responsible for managing storm water throughout the city. There is use of a three-pronged approach to prevent sewage overflows: fix it first, keep...

  • School is in session!  An exciting time for freshman and upper-class men alike. One of the things that may not be a topic that is frequently thought of, is the underground infrastructure and building history of some of the most attended colleges. Understandably so, but...

  • Many of us are experiencing a rainy season now that summer is in full swing.  Along with the sunny delights and fanfare this time of year brings, there is also a need to think about the proper functioning of our drainage systems where we live. ...

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