WRIA 8 Salmon Recovery Council Documents

Meeting Announcement:

Thursday, May 18, 2017
3:00-5:15 PM Meeting

Department of Ecology Northwest Regional Office
3190-160th Ave SE, Bellevue

Ecology Northwest Regional Office
Parking is FREE, but be sure not to park in the reserved Prius parking spots.

Packet Contents:

  1. Agenda
  2. Notes for the March 16, 2017 Meeting
  3. Updates & Announcements:
  4. WRIA 8 Management Committee (MC) Recommended 2018 Budget & Work Plan:
  5. FCD Cooperative Watershed Management (CWM) Funds - WRIA 8 Project Subcommittee (PSC) Recommendations:
  6. King County Conservation Futures (CFT) & Parks Levy Citizens Committee Funding Recommendations
  7. WRIA 8 Plan Update - Status of Project & Programmatic Actions List:
  8. Success Story Presentation: Elliott Bridge Reach Mitigation Project (Cedar River), by Megan Webb and Tom Beavers, King County Water & Land Resources Division

Meeting Overview:

Major agenda items are: Updates & commitee reports, including SRC’s letter to the King County FCD sharing WRIA 8’s recently-approved habitat goals for the Cedar River, support for including habitat opportunity areas in the FCD’s Cedar River Corridor Plan Capital Investment Strategy, & emphasizing the overlap between habitat restoration priorities & flood risk reduction priorities that offer the opportunity to develop funding partnerships & implement multi-benefit projects; 2018 MC-recommended budget & work plan; 2017 PSC CWM funding recommendations; CFT & Parks Levy Citizens Committee funding recommendations; Plan Update status of Project & Programmatic Actions List; & Success Story Presentation: Eliott Bridge Reach Mitigation Project.

Upcoming Meetings:

Salmon Recovery Council, Thursday, July 20, 2017, 3:00 p.m. to 5:15 p.m., Department of Ecology Northwest Regional Office, 3190-160th Ave. SE, Bellevue.

Mailing List:

If you did not receive this packet directly but would like to for future meetings, please contact Jason Mulvihill-Kuntz, at 206-477-4780, or by e-mail at jason.mulvihill-kuntz@kingcounty.gov.