Flood Resources for Streamside LandownersKayla Gallentine2023-03-09T15:44:20-08:00
Regulatory Framework: What can and can’t be done.
What to Know When Managing Streamside Property
What are Buffers and Setbacks?
Washington State law requires all cities and counties to adopt rules protecting critical areas like wetlands and streams to preserve the natural environment, fish and wildlife species, sources of fresh drinking water, and encourage public safety.
These rules require buffers and setbacks around streams and rivers. Contact your city or county for information about your parcel.
Contact Mid-Columbia Fisheries or Kittitas County Conservation District (or both!) for riparian planting technical assistance.
What Permits do I need for a Construction Project in or near a stream?