Upper Bear Creek Unincorporated Area Council
Serving 22,000 people in north-central King County
between the Sammamish and Snoqualmie Rivers and
north of Redmond and east of Woodinville.
The Upper Bear Creek Community Council meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of most months. The purpose of the council is to inform, assist and represent our community in dealing with King County government and other entities with respect to issues that affect our community.
Tuesday September 26, 2006 7:30pm Woodinville Water District Offices
17238 N. E. Woodinville/Duvall Rd.
King County Dept of Community and Human Services (DCHS) – Overview of Services provided by DCHS – Jackie MacLean, Director, DCHS
Most services are contracted to agencies specializing in direct service delivery through King County . The Dept. is comprised of the following programs: Aging Program, Alcohol & Substance Abuse Treatment Service, Developmental Disabilities Division, Community Organizing Program, Housing and Community Developmental Program, Mental Health, Office of Public Defender, Veteran’s Program, Woman’s Program, Work Training Program and Youth and Family Services Program.
The Upper Bear Creek Community Council is actively recruiting board members. For more information about us, please call Nancy Stafford at 425-788 5841.
PLEASE NOTE : The next UBCCC Public Forum is scheduled for Tuesday, October 10 , 2006 at the Woodinville Water District Office.
There will be a Rural Roundtable Town Meeting (Roundtable discussion with local mayors and a presentation on the KC Rural Economic Strategies) scheduled for Monday, September 25, 9:30 a.m., Camp River Ranch – Helena’s North Camp Entrance Lodge, 33300 NE 32 nd St., Carnation, WA. Public welcome.