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State Environmental Policy Act notices

The Washington Legislature in 1971 enacted the State Environmental Policy Policy Act, RCW 43.21c, often referred to as SEPA. 

The act helps state and local agencies identify possible environmental impacts that could result from governmental decisions, such as:

  • Issuing permits for private projects, such as office buildings, retail stores or apartment complexes.
  • Constructing public facilities, such as schools and roads.
  • Adopting regulations, policies and plans.

Project or proposal proponents are usually asked to complete an environmental checklist. The checklist asks questions about the project or proposal and its potential effects on air, environmental health, plants, transportation, utilities, water and other items.

Clark County Public Works posts SEPA notices it issues on this page


SEPA Determination of NONSIGNIFICANCE

Notice Date: March 13th, 2024

Project: Padden Creek Cleanout 

Comments must be submitted by March 28th, 2024.  Address all correspondence to:
Clark County Public Works 
Greta Stahle 
PO Box 9810 
Vancouver, WA 98666-9810 
greta.stahle@clark.wa.gov


Notice Date: March 14, 2024

Project: Kyllonen Residence (Amboy WA 98601)

Comments must be submitted by March 29, 2024.

Address all correspondence to:
Clark County Public Works
Chris Walker
4700 NE 78th St Building G
Vancouver WA 98665
Chris.walker@clark.wa.gov


Notice Date: March 26, 2024

Project: Sorensen Residence (Woodland WA 98674)

Comments must be submitted by April 9, 2024.

Address all correspondence to:
Clark County Public Works
Chris Walker
4700 NE 78th St Building G
Vancouver WA 98665
Chris.walker@clark.wa.gov


Notice Date: April 3rd, 2024

Project: Highway 99 Sidewalk Improvements 

Comments must be submitted by April 18th, 2024.  

Address all correspondence to:
Clark County Public Works 
Audrey Cronin
PO Box 9810 
Vancouver, WA 98666-9810 
Audrey.cronin@clark.wa.gov