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Category: Events and Notices - Legal and Public Notices
Posted: 04/07/2019





Publication Date: April 7, 2019


To learn more about a project:


1. Visit:

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

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

J.DrewelBuilding, 2nd Floor, Customer Service Counter,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


To comment on a project:


1. Submit written comments to Snohomish County Public Works, c/o Crilly Ritz, 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., April 29, 2019; 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 Counter is located on the 2nd Floor of the

RobertJ.DrewelBuildingat3000 Rockefeller Avenue,Everett,Washington.


SnohomishCountyPublic Works



3000 Rockefeller Avenue, M/S 607


Phone: (425) 388-3488

Phone: (425) 388-3700 TTY: 711

Fax: (425) 388-6674 Works/


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Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, be excluded from participation in, be denied the

benefits of, or otherwise be discriminated against under any County sponsored program or activity.

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translation services for non-English speakers, or otherwise making materials available in an alternate

format, contact the Department Title VI Coordinator via e-mail at or phone

425-388-6660. Hearing/speech impaired may call theWashingtonRelayCenterat 711.



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


Project Name: Little Bear Creek Advance Mitigation Site (LBCAMS)

Project Number: RC 1730

Project Description:SnohomishCountyPublic Works (SCPW) proposes to construct and operate a 17acre

advance wetland mitigation site in the Little Bear Creek Subbasin. SCPW intends to restore the siteand improve the functions and values of the wetlands and streams so that the site generates mitigation


credits that can be used to offset unavoidable impacts of future road improvement projects identified in the

County’s 6-year Annual Construction Plan -Transportation Improvement Program (ACP-TIP).


With implementation of this mitigation plan, LBCAMS would provide the potential for approximately 0.3 acre

of wetland creation, 4.3 acres of wetland reestablishment, 0.2 acre of wetland rehabilitation, 6.0 acres of

wetland enhancement, 5.6 acres of buffer and upland preservation with enhancement, and approximately


225 linear feet of floodplain enhancement. The final acreage provided by the plan’s implementation would

be determined at the time of final design and construction. SCPW expects to generate sufficient mitigation


credits at LBCAMS to offset wetland, stream, and buffer impacts associated with up to 11 planned road

improvement projects over the next 10 years.


The preliminary estimates indicate that approximately 4,800 cubic yards of fill were placed on the site in


the areas investigated, much of which will be removed or relocated as part of the mitigation project. With


fill removal, site contours will be graded to restore wetlands, generally removing fill down to the naturally

formed wetland hydric soils that lie beneath the fill. The project will place approximately 95 CY of fill into

existing wetlands. The fill will be used to create hummocks, which will be low enough so that the wetlands

retain wetland characteristics. An additional 10 CY of fill will be placed within channelized streams and

ditches to create the desired hydrologic and flow path conditions. The total volume of fill in streams and

wetlands is 105 CY.


Project Location: The proposed mitigation would occur on 17 acres of land located south of238th Street

SE near its intersection with58th Avenue SE. The site is located approximately 500 feet west of SR 522,

in Section 34, Township 27 North, Range 5 East, W.M. ofSnohomishCounty.

Type of Project: Mitigation/RestorationCompleteness Date: March 26, 2019Permits/Approvals Required: LDA, Flood Hazard, HPA, Army Corps of Engineers Section 404

Project Comment Period: April 29, 2019Senior Planner II, Crilly Ritz, 425-262-2476Senior Planner II e-mail:



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