Snohomish County Public Works proposes to acquire six parcels that have been continually damaged due to repeated flooding. These parcels have river frontage on the South Fork Stillaguamish River. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) considers the properties substantially damaged and agrees to fund the flood mitigation strategy for acquisition of the properties. Following acquisition, all structures will be demolished, the septic and well decommissioned, and the driveway de-compacted. All disturbed areas will be stabilized with mulch and planted with native plants. Existing native vegetation will be preserved where possible. This project is not considered “development” under WAC 173-27-030(6).
- 17115 116 Pl NE Arlington, WA
- Section 11, Township 30N, Range 6E, W.M..
- Clearing Quantity: 20,000 square feet
- Grading Quantity: 200 cubic yards
The removal of structures and replanting is scheduled for Fall 2020.
Environmental Review - Public Notice
Comments regarding this project are due on or before 5 p.m. PST July 6, 2020.
Email comments to Troy Fields
or mail comments to:
Troy Fields, Senior Environmental Planner
Snohomish County Public Works
3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 607
Everett, WA 98201
- Clearing Quantity: 3,600 square feet
- Grading Quantity: 40 cubic yards