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*[[file:WDFW 2018 typical stream channel drawings.pdf]] provides example technical drawings for describing a stream project.
 
*[[file:WDFW 2018 typical stream channel drawings.pdf]] provides example technical drawings for describing a stream project.
 
*[[file:USACE 2018 drawing checklist and sample water crossing drawings.pdf]]
 
*[[file:USACE 2018 drawing checklist and sample water crossing drawings.pdf]]
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*[[File:NOAA & USFWS 2015 PROJECTS programmatic restoration biological opinion.pdf]] includes BMPs for fish passage.
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*[[file:NOAA NMFS 2011 fish passage design.pdf]] referenced as acceptable method by WDFW.
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*[[file:WDFW 2015 guidance using NMFS design.pdf]] note issued by WDFW on use of NMFS design criteria.
  
 
==Participation==
 
==Participation==

Revision as of 22:40, 27 November 2018


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This effort is linked to Coordinated Investment pilot work

This is a Continuous Improvement test project that aims to reduce the per culvert cost of regulatory review. The proposal is to develop standard methods for presenting an engineering design that is consistent with best design practices, so that regulatory review can be fast and final, without unexpected requests for information and limiting modification. Pilot work is being done in support of Snohomish County efforts, with an eye toward the effects of the Culvert Case.

Status

Authorities

  • [[1]] - Hydraulic Project Approval process regulates construction in state waters.
  • ORIA supports and maintains the [[

Resources

Participation

The following staff are providing technical assistance within limits of their individual work plans:

  • Project coordinator: Paul Cereghino

Regulatory Team

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