King County

Our King County members are integral to roads and transportation, emergency management, Public Health, and more for the entire Seattle-metro area.

COVID testing for front-line KC Public Health members

If any King County Public Health employee is feeling symptoms and needs a test for COVID-19, testing is now available at the Downtown Public Health Clinic from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday-Friday.

When you arrive, the Downtown Public Health Clinic team will ask you questions to determine if you are showing signs and then will take your temperature. If you meet the requirements for testing, you will be tested by the Health and Medical Area Command (HMAC) team.

The HMAC team will have the results of the test and it may take up to five days for you to hear back from them. Please do not call the Downtown Public Health clinic about your results, as the clinic will not have any information about your results or be entering that information into EPIC. All information will remain with HMAC.

When you arrive at the site, please walk to the backlot. There is no parking in the backlot. They are only doing walk-ups this week. There is no need to call, just show up from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

PROTEC17 WINS at King County!

At King County, we’ve had an amazing year of victories for our PROTEC17 members and partners in the Coalition of Unions, including wage increases, extra vacation days, paid parental leave and more. These wins are the direct result of coming together as a union and using our collective voice to make change. Find the full list HERE!