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Meetings about Floodplain Management along the Lower Skykomish River

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Snohomish County and its partners are working to develop mutually beneficial projects that will reduce flood risk, improve fish habitat and strengthen agriculture within the Snohomish Watershed.
A new partnership program called Community Floodplain Solutions (CFS) is hosting a virtual open house to share information with residents living within the Lower Skykomish River floodplain. New tools and resources will be presented.
An online Open House will be available for the public between now through Friday, Feb. 5. To get engaged,
It is an online open house to gather community input on potential floodplain project benefits and impacts along the Lower Skykomish River. Residents can learn about landowner programs and how to get involved.
“We are aware of flooding-related frustrations Sky Valley residents have been experiencing,” Program Manager Jessica Hamill said in a county press release. She mentioned these floodplain management programs are relatively new for the county “and can provide ideas and solutions for residents while also supporting the diverse interests along our rivers. Landowner participation and local support are needed to achieve long-term benefits for farms, fish and flood management.”




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