King County Water District #90
15606 SE 128th Street
Renton, WA 98059
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May 10, 2019West Lake Kathleen Community Update

Construction Update: May 2019

Map: Updated May 2019

Construction is moving along, as the District’s contractor, R.W. Scott Construction, is working to complete final sections of the project area. Here’s what’s happening:

  • Construction along Lake Kathleen Road SE between SE 128th Street and SE 133rd Place continues. The water main and new water services are being installed. Final connections for the water main are expected to be completed in May.
  • Construction of the water main on SE 196th is anticipated to begin in May.
  • Full-width overlay of the roadways impacted by the water main installation has begun and will continue throughout the spring, as weather permits.

September 28, 2018West Lake Kathleen Community Update

September 28, 2018West Lake Kathleen Water Main Improvement Project Map

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April 12, 2018Proposed Lakeside Industries Asphalt Plant-Reagan Dunn

February 7, 20182018 Schedule of Charges

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October 17, 2017Eight Benefits of WA State Sewer & Water Districts

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April 27, 2017King County Ordinance 2016-0521

January 1, 2017Preventing Frozen Pipes

Freezing weather often approaches unexpectedly and many organizations find themselves unprepared. Organizations with buildings located in a moderate climate are often more at risk of facing frozen pipes and water damage due to the lack of experience or attention given to cold weather preparation.

When water freezes, it expands up to ten percent in volume. It is important to note that fire sprinkler pipes tend to freeze before other water pipes because the water is not moving. When water freezes in a sprinkler pipe, it creates an obstruction that can make the system inoperable during a fire. As ice in the pipe expands, added pressure can cause the pipe to burst.

As freezing temperatures approach, the following guidelines will help organizations identify areas venerable to freezing conditions and provide tips for prevention of frozen pipes.

Prior to Cold Weather:

  • Develop a water intrusion plan that includes winterization.
  • Identify buildings, equipment, processes and piping (wet and dry) that are dependent upon heat (or above freezing temperatures) for safety and proper operation; this may include sprinkler piping, domestic water piping, sewer piping and any process that contains a liquid vulnerable to freezing.
  • Minimize the exterior openings to all buildings, especially vacant buildings.
  • Drain liquids from any idle equipment and piping where appropriate.

During Cold Weather:

  • Monitor weather temperatures in vulnerable areas. Critical operations and areas should be monitored with low temperature alarms connected to a monitoring station.
  • Close windows, vents and doors of buildings and insulate where possible. Tarps may be used to provide temporary wind breaks.
  • Increase security rounds in areas that are susceptible to pipe freezing and water damage.
  • Maintain an inside temperature above 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Place portable heaters in areas that may be subject to freezing. Conduct routine inspections of portable heaters.

NOTE: Fires often result from the misuse of temporary heaters. When purchasing or renting a temporary heater, the heater should carry the Underwriters Laboratories listed label. Temporary heaters also should have standard safety controls, such as high-temperature cut-outs, flame supervision, flame failure and preset safety regulators. Heaters must be placed away from combustible materials and operated according to manufactures instructions.

In the event all efforts fail to keep a building heated and temperatures drop below 32 degrees Fahrenheit, it may be necessary to shut off and completely drain wet pipe fire sprinkler systems to prevent further damage. Any sprinkler system shut down must be done for the shortest possible duration and fire system impairment procedures must be followed.

  • If pipes freeze, turn off the water supply and repair the damaged piping. If the frozen pipe is part of a fire sprinkler system, Fire Impairment Procedures should be implemented.
  • Do not use open flames to thaw frozen pipes or other equipment.

Should you have further questions on cold weather preparation for you building, please do not hesitate to contact Alliant Risk Control Consulting at RiskControl@Alliant.com.

April 29, 2016FAQ Regarding Current Lead Issues

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We anticipate higher than usual calls from customers due to the recent lead issues in the news. To be sure,we are consistent in our messaging;we have put together a response for the customers.

 

 

The Districts most recent newsletters are available to download.

December 5, 20192019 November/December Newsletter

2019 November/December Newsletter

Highlights

Dick Gidner Retiring as Commissioner

Time to Winterize

Qualify for Low Income / Disabled Rate

September 23, 20192019 Fall Newsletter

2019 Fall Newsletter

Are you prepared for a water emergency?

Find out what steps you can take now.

March 27, 20192019 Spring Newsletter

April 2, 20182018 Winter Newsletter

September 21, 20182018 Fall Newsletter

January 27, 20172017 Winter Newsletter

November 20, 20172017 Fall Newsletter

January 14, 20162016 Winter Newsletter

November 23, 20162016 Fall Newsletter

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