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 Map of Snoqualmie Service Area for King County Mitigation Reserves Program

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The Snoqualmie River Service Area comprises roughly 667 square miles. Land uses in this service area are predominately forestry, agriculture, and rural residential, with some urban residential and commercial land uses, especially near the cities of Duvall, Carnation, North Bend, and Snoqualmie, as well as the unincorporated areas around Fall City and Preston. Permittees with impacts to wetlands, streams, and buffers may be able to use the King County In-Lieu Fee Program to offset unavoidable impacts within the Snoqualmie River watershed.

Mitigation Sites

McElhoe-Pearson Mitigation Project

More Information

General information for Permittee/Consultants

General information for Regulators

 

For more information about King County’s Mitigation Reserves Program, please contact Megan Webb, Program Manager (in the Water & Land Resources Division’s Rural and Regional Services Section).