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King County Department of Local Services

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About the Department of Local Services

King County is the local service provider for the roughly quarter-million people who live in the unincorporated areas of the county; collectively, these communities would be the second-largest city in the state. The Department of Local Services includes a Director's Office and the Road Services and Permitting Divisions. Together, this department provides a single executive point of accountability for delivery of local services to all of the unincorporated areas.

About the Road Services Division

The King County Road Services Division designs, builds, operates and maintains roads and bridges in unincorporated areas of King County. The division is committed to ensuring the county's transportation system is safe and efficient for all uses and modes of travel. The Division is responsible for 1,500 miles of road and 182 bridges, 5.7 million feet of drainage ditches, over 44,000 traffic control signs, 78 traffic signals, and 50 traffic cameras in unincorporated King County.

About the Department of Local Services

King County is the local service provider for the roughly quarter-million people who live in the unincorporated areas of the county; collectively, these communities would be the second-largest…

Issue Areas Include

  • Community Development
  • Rural Areas
  • Transportation

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