Get ready to help plan next King County Parks Levy
From King County:
The current (2020-2025) King County Parks Levy funds operations and maintenance of King County’s parks and trails, supports the growth and connection of regional trails, and establishes grant programs to expand access to recreation and protect open space for King County residents. (Learn more on the King County website)
Starting next year, King County parks will begin gathering input from communities across the county on what they would like to prioritize in a proposed 2026-2031 levy. Here are a few ways you can get involved:
► Invite a staff member to your community meeting between late January and mid-April to talk about the levy and gather feedback.
► Invite the Parks Mobile Engagement Team to a community event between late January and mid-April to table, provide information, chat with people, and get input on the levy.
► If you’re interested in getting more involved and have an event on the calendar for April, Parks is looking for up to three groups to host them at an event that would serve as a Parks Levy community forum. Groups who host these events will be paid $75/hour and can be as involved as they’d like—anything from simply providing space for a table to co-planning, co-hosting, and shaping engagement.
► In March and April, Parks will put out a virtual survey and host in-person and virtual community forums to collect input.
To learn more about these options, contact Project Manager Helen Potter (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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