A groundwater model that covers 491 square miles in the Chambers-Clover watershed.
Pierce County is developing a program to obtain Endangered Species Act (ESA) coverage for routine maintenance activities conducted on the area's rivers.
The county is investigating a likely pilot location for a multi-benefit sediment removal and habitat creation project.
We are considering several options to improve fish passage in Purdy Creek upstream of SR 302.
This project will protect 2 miles of Orville Road between Electron Road and 249th St. E. near Orting. This project will be completed in 5 phases over several years.
We're restoring a portion of Rody Creek to reduce flooding and improve fish habitat.
We are working with partners as a Lead Entity to prioritize funding for salmon recovery projects in the Puyallup and Chambers-Clover watersheds.
Pierce County is developing a Spanaway Lake Management Plan.
Plan to ensure Pierce County's levee system remains eligible for federal funding and repairs under Public Law 84-99