Stay Current on Existing Funding Sources

For most up to date news on the funding sources and funding available sign up directly on the source page.  Below are the best ways to connect.

BSK – Best Starts for Kids:

King County Initiatives – BSK
For general information and resources, research and updates on implementation

Best Starts Blog – Your best resource for RFP’s
For updates on RFP’s and the funding process updates

 

MIDD 2 – Mental Illness & Drug Dependency

King County Initiatives –  MIDD
For general information and resources, research and updates on implementation

 

VSHSL – Veterans, Seniors & Human Services Levy

King County Initiatives – VSHSL
For general information and resources, research and updates on implementation

Implementation Plan – Update from Leo Flor dated 7/27/17

On July 20th, the King County Council passed Ordinance 18555, presenting King County voters with a ballot measure for the Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy (VSHSL).  If voters approve the VSHSL, it would renew and replace the current Veterans and Human Services Levy, which will expire at the end of 2017.

Please take 5-10 minutes to fill out this survey to inform the creation of a proposed Transition Plan for the Veterans, Seniors, and Human Services Levy.  Ordinance 18555 requires creation of the Transition Plan. 

The survey will inform the VSHSL Transition Plan, which will govern the VSHSL’s first year (2018) expenditures if voters approve the levy in November 2017.  Execution of the plan is contingent on voter passage of the ballot measure and County Council and Regional Policy Committee adoption of the plan.

We are specifically requesting your input about how the VSHSL, if approved, might invest proceeds to promote housing stability for veterans, seniors, and vulnerable populations.  Input received in this survey may also be used to inform other King County processes that plan for the housing stability of King County residents.

This survey will close on August 11, 2017.  The Transition Plan will be transmitted to the King County Council and Regional Policy Committee for consideration by September 29, 2017.

Recipients may circulate this survey to others.  We welcome input from any King County resident.

Please direct any questions to Adam Schmid (adam.schmid@kingcounty.gov) or to me.  Thank you.

 

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