Other Duwamish Documents

This page compiles links to documents relating to the Lower Duwamish Waterway other than those produced as part of the ongoing Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study. LDWG offers these links in the interest of providing a comprehensive online reference for matters relating to the Lower Duwamish Waterway, but cannot guarantee the accuracy, currency, or completeness of these documents.

US EPA Region 10

The US EPA website for the Lower Duwamish Waterway contains linked resources, many of which are also available on this site, under the following headings:

The following links are to additional online resources from EPA that relate to the Lower Duwamish Waterway:

Washington Department of Ecology

February 2004: Lower Duwamish Waterway Source Control Strategy. "This documents purpose is to outline the goals, framework, and the process for identifying source control issues and implementing effective controls in the Lower Duwamish Waterway site." The page linked to is a publication summary, with information regarding the document, and a link to a PDF version for download.

King County

The City of Seattle

  • Lateral Load Analysis for Stormwater and City-owned CSOs - City of Seattle, July 2008 (3.4 MB PDF)
  • Salmon-Friendly Seattle: "The City of Seattle is committed to improving habitat for chinook and other salmon species within our city limits and in our watersheds. We are working with scientists to figure out what actions are most needed. We are also taking steps to improve water quality, conserve water and restore shorelines."

Washington Department of Health

Puget Sound Partnership

"The Puget Sound Partnership [PSP] is a state agency established in 2007 to lead efforts to protect and restore Puget Sound and its spectacular diversity of life, now and for future generations. The Partnership replaces the Puget Sound Action Team and, as of Jan. 1, 2008, will assume the functions now performed by the Shared Strategy for Puget Sound.

The Partnership brings together people, governments, tribes and businesses with the specific assignment of returning the Sound to health by 2020. The Partnership builds on previous efforts by combining restoration with ongoing salmon recovery and work that ensures sufficient water for people and wildlife.

Other Public Documents