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Category: Events and Notices - Legal and Public Notices
Posted: 06/25/2017
 

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Publication Date: June 25, 2017


 


To learn more about a project:


 


1. Go to www.snoco.org then enter the name of the project in the “Search for:” box; OR


 


2. Call the Senior Planner assigned to the project; OR


 


3. Review the project file at Snohomish County Public Works (PW),3000 Rockefeller Avenue,


RobertJ.DrewelBuilding, 2nd Floor,CustomerServiceCenter,Everett,Washington; Office Hours:


M-F 8-5 except legal holidays. Please call the Senior Planner in advance to be certain the project file


is available.


 


To comment on a project:


 


1. Submit written comments to Snohomish County Public Works, c/o Senior Planner, at the address


below. All comments received prior to a decision will be reviewed. To ensure that comments are


addressed, PW must receive them by 5 p.m., published comment end date; OR


 


2. E-mail comments to the Senior Planner with your name, address and contact number.


 


To appeal a SEPA decision:


 


Submit a written appeal and the $500 filing fee to PW prior to 5 p.m., published appeal end date. Refer


to SCC 30.71.050(5) for details on what must be included in a written appeal. A SEPA appeal also


requires that an affidavit or declaration be filed with the Snohomish County Hearing Examiner within


seven days of filing the appeal pursuant to SCC 30.61.305(1). For projects requiring a shoreline permit,


appeals must be submitted to the Shorelines Hearings Board.


 


How to Reach Us:


 


The Snohomish County Public Works Customer Service Center is located on the 2nd Floor of the


RobertJ.DrewelBuildingat3000 Rockefeller Avenue,Everett,Washington.


 


SnohomishCountyPublic Works


 


3000 Rockefeller Avenue, M/S 607


 


Everett,WA98201


 


Phone: (425) 388-3488


 


Phone: (425) 388-3700 TTY: 711


 


FAX: (425) 388-6674


 


http://www1.co.snohomish.wa.us/Departments/Public Works/


 


 


LEGAL NOTICE


 


LEGAL NOTICE


 


NOTICE OF LAND DISTURBING ACTIVITY, ADOPTION OF EXISTING


ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENT AND SEPA THRESHOLD DETERMINATION


 


(Pursuant to the provisions of Chapters 30.70.050(2) and 30.61 SCC)


 


Project Name:Index-Galena RoadMilepost 6.4-6.9


 


Project Number: RC 1532


 


Project Description:SnohomishCountyPublic Works proposes to construct a relocated roadway that will


extend from an area in proximity to the lower washout at Index-Galena Road Milepost 6.4 to an area in proximity


to the upper washout at Milepost 6.9. The roadway will be relocated landward from the North Fork Skykomish


River outside of the floodplain and channel migration zone. The roadway is located in unincorporated


Snohomish County,Washington, upstream from the town ofIndex. The relocated roadway will re-establish


road connectivity onIndex-Galena Roadfor residences, emergency service providers, recreationists, and land


managed by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).


 


The improvements will include shifting the existing roadway alignment to the south away from the river to


establish a relocated roadway upslope from the damaged road. At the beginning point of the relocation, the


roadway will ascend the sideslopes at a 9 percent grade to raise the roadway out of the 100-year floodplain and


channel migration zone. To accommodate the re-alignment, the project will require extensive soil excavation


and would place fill in other areas.


 


A newIndex-Galena Road/Trout Creek Roadintersection would be constructed to allow for future continued


use ofTrout Creek Roadby the USFS to carry out its long-term land management plans in the Trout Creek


sub-basin. The relocated roadway will cross sideslopes and parallel the existing roadway. Non-fish bearing


streams will be crossed by the alignment. A new 180-foot bridge with a deep drilled-shaft foundation will be


constructed at a stream crossing near Station 54+00, at the east end of the project.


 


The proposed roadway design is based on design standards contained in the 2001 AASHTO Guidelines for


Geometric Design of Very Low-Volume Roadways (ADT < 400). The use of these design standards responds


to comments made by the public during the NEPA scoping period to consider use of design standards that


would help to reduce the footprint of the proposed roadway relocation repair.


 


The proposed design will include a pavement width of 22 feet with 10-foot travel lanes and 1-foot shoulders.


Additional land area will be required to install guardrail where warranted. The roadway posted speed limit will


be 35 MPH.


 


The proposed project’s new alignment on USFS lands in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest will require


a new right-of-way easement from the USFS toSnohomishCountythrough Federal Highway Administration


(FHWA). The existing right-of-way easement would be combined with the new easement area and includes the


damaged roadway that will be decommissioned and restored where feasible to natural riparian conditions. The


restored areas and adjacent areas downslope from the roadway will be used for roadway stormwater runoff


dispersion and will be permanently protected from future development.


 


Once the decommissioned roadway surface is removed, soil decompaction and placementof organic


materials, including forest duff salvaged during clearing and grading, will prepare the site for restoration


planting. This riparian mitigation will restore a forested riparian corridor adjacent to the North Fork Skykomish


River. Where planting is not feasible, natural riparian conditions will be restored with the asphalt removal.


Large woody debris will be placed to enhance in-stream habitat and will be placed within restoration areas to


enhance wildlife habitat.


 


SCPW proposes mitigation that would restore disturbed areas on site and use of an approved mitigation bank


for unavoidable permanent wetland, stream and buffer impacts.


 


TITLE OF DOCUMENTS BEING ADOPTED: NEPA Environmental Assessment - Index-Galena Road


Milepost 6.4-6.9Snohomish County,Washington(NEPA EA) and Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI)


 


Project Location: The project site is located in southeasternSnohomish County,Washington, approximately 35


miles southeast ofEverett, in theNorth ForkSkykomishRivervalley. The proposal is located in Sections 35


and 36, Township 28 North, Range 10 East, WillametteMeridian.


 


Type of Project: Public Works Project – Roadway


 


Completeness Date: June 5, 2017


 


Permits/Approvals Required: Land disturbing activity permit; other applicable federal, state and local permits


 


SEPA Decision: June 7, 2017


 


Project Comment Period: June 25 – July 17, 2017


 


SEPA Appeal Period: There is no opportunity for appeal at this time. Pursuant to SCC 30.61.300(10), SEPA


appeals related to a shoreline substantial development permit shall be submitted to the state shorelines


hearings board together with appeal of the underlying shoreline permit.


 


Senior Planner: Crilly Ritz 425-262-2476


 


Senior Planner e-mail: crilly.ritz@snoco.org


 


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See PDF at: http://50.47.68.138/classified/legals/pdf/2017/1903733.pdf

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