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King County website is down

If you tried to visit a King County website and were redirected here, that means one or more parts of our website are currently down. We are working to address these issues as quickly as possible so you can access the information you need.

In the meantime, we have listed some contact information below, as well as some links to external websites/portals that may still be accessible.

Email us
[email protected]

Email us for a response within 72 hours on weekdays with your question, comment, compliment, or complaint.

Call us

Adult and Juvenile Detention (DAJD)

  • You can contact theDepartment of Adult and Juvenile Detention (DAJD) by phone at 206-296-1234.

Assessor’s Office

Building and land use permits

Bus schedules

King County Metro’s Trip Planner lists route information and service alerts. 

You can also text to see departure information for your stop, no subscriptions or downloads required. 

  • Text the stop’s ID number to 62550.  
  • Stop IDs are posted on most bus stops and are available on TripPlanner, or by calling 206-553-3000 during regular business hours. 

Community and Human Services (DCHS)

  • You can contact the Department of Community and Human Services at [email protected]
    or by phone at 206-263-9010.


District Court


Juror Portals

If you have your juror summons you may still be able to access the juror portals for both District Court and Superior Court using the links below. 

Public Health

Property tax payment information

Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC)

Road Helpline, available 24/7

Sheriff’s Office

  • You can contact the King County Sheriff’s office at 206-296-3311.

Superior Court


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