Four Creeks is working on a facelift for its web site that will probably continue through the rest of 2021, and possibly into early 2022. During testing, don’t be surprised if you end up on pages that have crazy page layouts and/or formatting.

Re-imagining public safety in urban unincorporated King County

The proposed King County 2022-2024 biennial budget includes funding to work with community members to re-imagine public safety in the urban unincorporated areas. more

In preparation, the county has a survey for unincorporated area residents.

FCUAC Services

FCUAC services are intended to enhance opportunities for residents to meaningfully participate in their neighborhoods and communities.

Stream Stewardship

Stream habitat stewardship in the May Creek and Issaquah Creek Basins. more…

Community Building through Safety

Safety-focused neighborhood events to stimulate community building. more…

Neighborhood Emergency PreparednessNeighborhood Emergency Preparedness

Emergency preparedness at the neighborhood and community levels. more…

The Atlas Program

Bringing high quality maps and related data about communities to the residents of those communities. more…

 
Four Creeks Unincorporated Area Council is a 501(c)(3) charitable corporation focused on enhancing opportunities for meaningful participation by residents in their neighborhoods and communities.  Its board is made up of community volunteers