King County, Washington, the county in which Seattle resides, has received a $134.5M Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to help finance infrastructure
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.
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,
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 winter months in Seattle, Spokane, and other nearby cities, bring challenges for street maintenance and storm water systems due to the inclement weather. The
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,
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
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
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.
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