Partnership. Leadership. Results.
The Sound Cities Association (SCA) represents 35 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 invite your participation and support!
In the News:
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.
From left-right: John Marchione, Redmond Mayor; Don Gerend, Sammamish Council; John Creighton, Port of Seattle; Tana Senn, Mercer Island Council and State Rep., 41st District; Elizabeth Albertson, Kent Council; Don Persson, Renton Council President Pro Tem; Kim Allen, Redmond Council; David Freiboth, King County Labor Council; Dow Constantine, King County Executive; Dave Hill, Algona Mayor; Jane Hague, King County Council; Larry Phillips, King County Council; Ava Frisinger, Issaquah Mayor; John Wright, Lake Forest Park Council; John Stokes, Bellevue Council; Tom Rasmussen, Seattle Council; David Baker, Kenmore Mayor; Brent Smith, Kenmore Council; Dan Grausz, Mercer Island Council; Margaret Harto, Covington Mayor; Paul Winterstein, Issaquah Council