Shoreline Activities Information
If you have any questions about shoreline activities you can call our department at 509-447-4821.
Explains the benefits and roles native plants for riparian zones.
Alternative landscaping for properties on shorelines. Different landscaping can impact bodies of water differently. This contains a few tips and tricks for how you can contribute to healthier aquatic bodies.
This document shows the location of boat launches owned by the county. It also includes photos of the conditions.
The purposes of RGP-7 are to authorize recreational access to the Pend Oreille River through the maintenance, modification, and construction of overwater structures and to protect private property through bank stabilization projects in the Pend Oreille River, in the State of Washington
Governmental agencies use this checklist to help determine whether the environmental impacts of your proposal are significant. This information is also helpful to determine if available avoidance, minimization or compensatory mitigation measures will address the probable significant impacts or if an environmental impact statement will be prepared to further analyze the proposal.
Frequently Asked Questions about SEPA.
This volume is intended to provide guidance to applicants whose project proposals must undergo environmental review under the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). The Guide has been expanded to include assistance on completing an environmental checklist.
Check out this document for frequently asked questions and helpful illustrations for developing your waterfront property.
JARPA stands for Joint Aquatic Resource Permit Application. It is a common application (For county, state, and federal) needed for shoreline projects on aquatic regions of statewide significance.
Use this attachment only if your project will be constructed in phases or stages. Complete the outline showing the construction sequence and timing of activities, including the start and end dates of each phase or stage.
Complete this attachment and submit it with the completed JARPA form only if you are applying for an Aquatic Use Authorization with DNR. Call (360) 902-1100 or visit www.bit.ly/dnr_aquatic_lease for more information.
DNR recommends you discuss your proposal with a DNR land manager before applying for regulatory permits. Contact your regional land manager for more information on potential permit and survey requirements. You can find your regional land manager by calling (360) 902-1100 or going to http://www.dnr.wa.gov/Publications/aqr_land_manager_map.pdf.
Instructions for the site maps needed to complete the JARPA application.