About the Levy
For just $2.25 more per month for the average household, this levy will protect and preserve thousands of acres of forests and open space throughout our county.
For Our Health
Preserving forests and open spaces limits sprawl, protects our water quality,
prevents air pollution, and give us all places to get outside and enjoy nature.
Protecting these spaces is critical to preparing for climate change and will set
an example of how urban areas can fight climate change while protecting our quality of life.
For Our Kids
All of King County’s kids deserve fun and safe places to play, regardless of where they live.
This measure will fund the maintenance and upgrades of playground equipment and sports fields in every part of the county, making sure our playgrounds and fields are improved, safe, and open for all of our kids and for the families that move here.
The levy also invests in improving and expanding access to our pools and aquatic facilities, not only improving opportunities for exercise and play, but important as summers get hotter, and our population continues to grow.
For Our Communities
Everyone has a right to enjoy the parks and programming King County provides.
No matter where you live, this measure expands access by providing environmental education for King County students, and expands free admission programs and program opportunities at the Zoo and Aquarium, cornerstones of our regional commitment to hands-on, scientific exploration and inspiration.
The levy also provides funding for local cities to improve parks and playgrounds in every community.
Learn more about the levy here.
- Woodland Park Zoo
- Seattle Aquarium
- King County Executive Dow Constantine
- Bipartisan King County Council Majority
- Cascade Bicycle
- Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance
- Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance
- Issaquah Alps Trails Club
- Lake Washington Youth Soccer Association
- League of Women Voters – Seattle/King County
- Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust
- Outdoor Industry Association
- Seattle Parks Foundation
- SEIU 925
- SEIU 1199NW
- Sierra Club – Washington State Chapter
- The Nature Conservancy
- The Seattle Times
- The Stranger
- The Trust for Public Land
- The Wilderness Society
- Vashon-Maury Island Land Trust
- Washington Bikes
- Washington Conservation Voters
- Washington Environmental Council
- Washington Trails Association
- 30th LD Democrats
- 34th LD Democrats
- 36th LD Democrats
- 37th LD Democrats
- 41st LD Democrats
- 43rd LD Democrats
- 45th LD Democrats
- 46th LD Democrats
- 47th LD Democrats
- 48th LD Democrats
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