In the event the Legislature does not enact state budgets by June 30, 2017, ORIA will suspend all services starting July 1, 2017. Learn more...
Shoreline Naturalization and Dock Proposal

The project location is a single family residence along Moses Lake. Approximately 108 feet of failing bulkhead was replaced with a naturalized shoreline consisting of terraced native soils, basalt rock, and a fabric encased soil lift founded on an armored toe. The shoreline was then planted with native shrubs and trees. A 16 foot section of the bulkhead on the south end of the shoreline was not removed. Instead, the bulkhead was lowered to the ordinary high water mark and a small amount of pea gravel was placed landward to create a swimming area.

At the north end of the property, a small dock was added adjacent to the existing covered moorage. The dock extends approximately 22 feet along the shoreline and three feet waterward over the existing shoreline. The bulkhead under the dock was replaced with riprap to stabilize the dock.

Local, State, and Federal Permits
Application Documents Issued Permits
State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Checklist Moses Lake Community Development: SEPA not required.
Shoreline Master Program (SMP) Moses Lake Community Development:
Substantial Development Exemption Letter
Joint Aquatic Resources Permit Application (JARPA) Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW):
Hydraulic Project Approval (HPA)
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps): Section 404 Nationwide Permit (NWP) 13
Washington Department of Ecology: 401 Water Quality Certification: 401 Water Quality Letter of Verification (LOV).
Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR): Aquatic Use Authorization not required.
Building Permits Not required.

Thank you to Pineo Ecological Services for assistance with this permit example. Personal and proprietary information were removed as a courtesy to the applicant.

    Currently loading

    Please Wait...