The Washington State Digital Archives is the nation’s first archives dedicated specifically to the preservation of electronic records from both State and Local agencies that have permanent legal, fiscal or historical value.
Located in Cheney, WA on the Eastern Washington University campus, the new facility was designed from the ground up to host this technically complex program. The web interface and database storehouse were custom designed specifically for the Digital Archives to hold the unique and very important electronic records found throughout the state, and to provide simple, straight forward access to researchers.
The Digital Archives includes a state of the art research room, complete with computer research stations, a high tech presentation classroom and a world-class data center.
The Washington State Legislature’s web site has historical materials dating all the way back to 1854.
Legislative history for bills introduced from the most recent 3 bienniums can be researched from the Legislature’s Bill Information page: https://apps.leg.wa.gov/billinfo/
For information from 1991 through the current year, visit the Legislature’s Detailed Legislative Reports page. From there, use the Biennium drop-down menu on the right-hand side of the page to select the year of the bill, then type the bill number into the Bill Number field on the left-hand side of the page. Click the Continue button to proceed. Pending legislation can be tracked here as well.
For information from 1985-present, click on the Search (Documents) link in the Detailed Legislative Reports page and scroll to the bottom. This search feature allows you to look for bills, budget bills, bill histories, and amendments from 1985-present, bill analysis reports from 1987-present, and roll call votes from 1991-present, among other things.
Archived materials from the reporting committees (dating back to 1999 in many cases) can also be found on the Legislative Committees page of the Legislature’s web site. The materials can be found under the links for each respective committee.
Tips are designed to provide user-friendly information on the range of City permitting, land use and code compliance policies and procedures you may encounter while conducting business with the City.
The mission of the Seattle Housing Authority is to enhance the Seattle community by creating and sustaining decent, safe and affordable living environments that foster stability and self-sufficiency for people with low incomes.
Protecting and improving the health and well-being of King County
The Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle (ULMS) Housing Department provides direct service programs and resources to individuals and families who seek knowledge, understanding and access to pertinent financial education that result in maintaining and obtaining generational wealth. ULMS Housing department takes pride in supporting Economic Growth and Empowerment in communities by providing and assisting low to moderate individuals and families in Financial Education and Training. This service incorporates Financial Education with the process of Home ownership so clients are financial mangers and navigators in all aspects of financial management. Additionally, the program curriculum is structured to assist clients in confronting and managing economic challenges while providing them with knowledge and resources to make better financial decisions.
The Legal Action Center (LAC) uses legal and policy strategies to fight discrimination, build health equity, and restore opportunity for people with criminal records, substance use disorders, and HIV or AIDS.
KCHA provides rental housing and assistance to more than 55,000 people. This quality, affordable housing supports health and self-sufficiency.
Life-threatening emergencies and after-hours noise complaints should be reported to 911.