Share your feedback on the King County Charter.
The Charter acts as a guiding document for King County Government. The Charter provides the basic long-term structure reflecting core values of checks and balances, accountability, and merit, to promote an effective, efficient and responsive government for the residents of King County. Every 10 years, a charter review commission is appointed to solicit feedback on any potential charter amendments. The commission will submit any recommended charter amendments to the King County Council for consideration. The County Council may then elect to place recommended charter changes on a general election ballot.
In order to guide our work, the Charter Review Commission is conducting broad, robust community outreach to collect input on how the charter might be improved or changed, which in turn could help make King County government more responsive and effective. Please review our King County Charter 101 briefing below and then fill out a brief survey.
We thank you for your time and value your input.
- The King County Charter Review Commission
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