We share our drinking water supply with salmon, trout and many other species. Using water wisely helps ensure we’ll have enough water to support freshwater habitat this fall and for generations to come. It’s particularly important to conserve water in the summer and fall months when stream flows are naturally low and adult salmon are returning to rivers to spawn. Salmon have a challenging journey; please be fish-friendly and use water wisely.
To learn more about our resident salmon including identification details and locations to view salmon visit the King County website www.kingcounty.gov/salmon.
Visit the Saving Water Partnership for a list of tips to reduce water use – and promote them.