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.
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.
The county is investigating the feasibility of focused removal of gravel and sediment as a tool for river management.
Plan to ensure Pierce County's levee system remains eligible for federal funding and repairs under Public Law 84-99