King County Flood Control District is preparing a Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS), which will analyze alternatives for flood protection that could be included in the Plan. The PEIS describes potential environmental impacts and measures to reduce or eliminate them. Because each alternative includes a variety of flood protection projects that make up a “program” of actions, a PEIS is being prepared. The PEIS will evaluate the potential impacts of the projects identified in each alternative.
For more information about the upcoming projects, download the reference materials linked below.
Agencies, affected tribes and members of the public are invited to comment on the scope of the PEIS. You may comment on alternatives, probable significant adverse impacts, mitigation measures, and required permits or other approvals.
The scoping process begins on November 28, 2018, and closes January 29, 2019 at 5:00 pm.
Public Scoping Meeting
A public scoping meeting will be held in January to share information with members of the public and solicit feedback. Consider attending the meeting:
January 9, 2019, 5:00 to 8:00 pm
Green River College – Kent Campus
417 Ramsay Way, Room 283
Kent, WA 98032
If you cannot make it to the meeting, you can also provide public comment additional ways.
There are several ways to provide Scoping Comments on the PEIS:
- Online at https://www.lowergreensepa.org/contact
- By email. Electronic written comments may be submitted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- In writing. Written comments may be mailed or hand delivered to the following address:
King County Flood Control District
Attn: Michelle Clark, SEPA Responsible Official
516 Third Avenue, Room 1200
Seattle, WA 98104
Additionally, Cynthia Carlstad, LHG with Carlstad Consulting is wishing to speak with local farmers in the area. Please reach out to her directly at 206-661-2110 or email@example.com.
For more information about King County Flood Control District, please visit http://www.kingcountyfloodcontrol.org.
Liz works as a Project Coordinator on the Engagement Team and is a strong advocate for KCD programs and services. In 2014, she joined KCD as an Educational Outreach Assistant on the Boise Creek Community Project in the Boise Creek Watershed area of southeast King County. She wears many hats at KCD and enjoys helping each team showcase their best and brightest projects and accomplishments. Outside of work, Liz, her husband and son own a 10-acre farm in Enumclaw and have horses, goats, sheep and poultry, and grow hay. Currently, she also spends a great deal of her time volunteering as the market manager for Enumclaw Plateau Farmers’ Market.