King County Flood Control District home page
The King County Flood Control District is a special purpose government created to provide funding and policy oversight for flood protection projects and programs in King County.
Programs & Budget
Annual & Performance Reports
2020 Plan & Budget
2019 Plan & Budget
2018 Plan & Budget
2017 Plan & Budget
2016 Plan & Budget
2015 Plan & Budget
2014 Plan & Budget
2013 Plan & Budget
2012 Plan & Budget
Lower Green River Corridor Flood Hazard Management Plan
Local Hazard Mitigation Plan
Home Elevations and Buy-Outs
Sub-Regional Opportunity Fund
Flood Reduction Grants
Cooperative Watershed Grants

Programs & Projects

The King County Flood Control District's work plan is guided by the King County Flood Hazard Management Plan which was adopted by the King County Council in January 2007. The plan serves as the comprehensive map of development for flood control and floodplain management and identifies up to $335 million in critical flood protection repairs to the County's aging flood prevention infrastructure.

The Flood Control District contracts with the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks' Water and Land Resource Division to carry out the approved flood protection projects and programs. 

View the Flood Control District's 2020 Work Plan, Budget and Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) here.