About SCA

Partnership. Leadership. Results.

 

The Sound Cities Association (SCA) represents 36 cities of King County and provides a voice for nearly one million people.

 

SCA was founded in the 1970s to help cities act locally and partner regionally to create vital, livable communities through advocacy, education, leadership, mutual support and networking.

 

The vision of the SCA is to be the most influential advocate for cities, effectively collaborating to create regional solutions. We provide leadership on economic and community development, transportation, land use, health, government operations, environment, education, public safety, social welfare and other public policy issues.

 

We are proud of our collaboration with King County, Washington State, the Puget Sound Regional Council, Association of Washington Cities and other regional organizations.

 

We invite your participation and support!  

 

 

 

In the News:

 

King County Elected Officials Unite to Reduce Carbon

 

Representative DelBene’s Marketplace Fairness Act Hearing

 

City of Renton Wins National Diversity Award

 

Kamuron Gurol is Burien’s Next City Manager

SCA Letter to King County Council re Transportation Benefit District

 

Issaquah City Councilman Tola Marts is named Elected Official of the Week : The Issaquah Press

 

John Marchione Named President of Sound Cities Association

 

King County Transit & Roads Service Funding

 

Mayor Backus elected to Sound City Association Board of Directors Auburn Reporter

 

Kent Councilman Higgins elected to Sound City Association Board Kent Reporter

 

Mayor Leanne Guier Guides Pacific’s Recovery | 2013 Person of the Year – Auburn Reporter

 

SCA Honors Bob Sternoff as Member Emeritus

 

Share your city’s input on the King County Strategic Plan to help shape the future of King County.

 

Congratulations to 2013 WCMA Management Excellence Awards Winners:  Gwen Voelpel, Assistant City Manager, SeaTac; Derek Matheson, City Manager, Covington; David Johnston, City Manager, Maple Valley; Mark Hoppen, City Administrator, Black Diamond; and Michael Martin, (former) City Manager, Burien.

 

King County leaders propose Youth Action Plan

 

Mercer Island Wins National EPA Award for Green Power

 

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