Answered the North Highline Community Needs List survey yet?

Reminder – the Community Needs List for North Highline is still a work in progress, and you still have the chance to help shape it, King County reminds you:

Last year, King County Executive Dow Constantine and the King County Council told the Department of Local Services to collaborate with those who live and work in unincorporated areas to create community needs lists. These are lists of projects for King County to complete in support of each community’s vision.

The first step in creating a community needs list is to gather requests from people who live and work in that community via an online survey at

King County Local Services — the local government in unincorporated areas — aims to get as many people as possible in those areas to share their ideas by completing the survey for the community where they live or work:

These surveys will guide what will eventually become community needs lists, which will help the county prioritize projects and will inform the development of the county’s budget. Local Services will coordinate with other King County and partner agencies to develop actionable programs, services, or improvements that the county can deliver.

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2 Responses to “Answered the North Highline Community Needs List survey yet?”

  1. Question Mark Says:

    I visited the North Highline Community Planning link on the Public input site and found that comments are closed. There doesn’t seem to be a separate Community Needs list feedback spot for North Highline at this time as there is for other unincorporated communities.

  2. Hi, Mark & All,
    It’s my understanding that our community needs list was done under the Subarea Plan and is now closed. However, I’m sure any comments you might like to make can be made to KC Local Services and/or Joe McDermott.