In 2008, a community partnership agreement was created that benefits the Four Creeks community by making improvements to a community park, a wetland that also helps control storm water in the Four Creeks area, and the roadway of 164th Ave SE between SE 128th St and SR 900. The “Four Creeks Agreement” creates a partnership between King County, the Four Creeks Unincorporated Area Council and two community groups – the Community Alliance to Reach out and Engage, and Stewardship of Wetland Areas by Neighbors. Read the 2008 King County announcement of the “Four Creeks Agreement”
The agreement was renewed for 2-years in 2011, and for 3-years in 2013.
The agreement is comprised of a Memo of Understand (MOU) along with three attachments: maps, objectives, and status & history.
These documents are the current proposed renewal pending agreement and signature of the agreement for 3-years expected in 2016-2017.
- Introduction to the MOU (Word)
- MOU with attachments (pending signature)
- MOU (Word)
- Attachment A – Maps (PDF)
- Attachment B – Objectives (Word)
- Attachment C – Status & history (Word)
- Other – Cemetery Pond investment summary (Word)
- Other – Work plan (Word)
Current and additional maps are available on the Atlas site in the Maps > Gallery in the Project Group