3 edition of LID Standards Implementation Grant Process ; Kitsap County found in the catalog.
LID Standards Implementation Grant Process ; Kitsap County
Ron W. Melin
by Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA
Written in English
Title from cover.
|Statement||by Ron W. Melin.|
|Series||Internship report, Internship report (Huxley College of the Environment)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
Puget Sound Partnership East D Street, Tacoma, WA Olympia Office. Puget Sound Partnership capitol way South, suite Capitol court Olympia, WA public record requests form email to: [email protected] 4. Offers recommendations for integrating hazard mitigation and growth management in Kitsap County. The Washington State GMA promotes coordinated and planned growth while protecting the environment, sustaining economic development, and supporting the health, safety, and high quality of life enjoyed by residents of this Size: 1MB.
Local Low Impact Development Regulations - Mason County As a result of the Low Impact Development Local Regulation Assistance Project and a grant from Ecology, Mason County ( recipient of the regulation assistance) adopted LID regulations for the Allyn and Belfair Urban Growth Areas. The county also adopted the LID Technical Guidance Manual for. The city received a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency in to begin work on the PSIC - Bremerton Subarea Plan The grant, a "Climate Showcase Communities" grant, emphasized sustainable approaches, including a focus on reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and implementation of low-impact development (LID) measures.
The Stormwater Strategic Initiative funded 47 projects from Below is a list of current projects, project owner, cost, NTA number and a short description of the work. Links to a factsheet wi. February 1, The National Association for Community Mediation (NAFCM) is pleased to announce the first round of grant recipients in the NAFCM Minigrant program. NAFCM supports the maintenance and growth of community-based mediation programs and processes; presents a compelling voice in appropriate policy-making, legislative, professional and other arenas; and encourages the .
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LID Guidance Manual – Kitsap County Design Standard: Pervious Pavement – Concrete Chapter 6: Design Resources • The area of permeable pavement facilities with an average ponding depth in the storage reservoir of 6 inches; • The minimum storage reservoir depth for a permeable pavement surface.
Kitsap County utilizes a single competitive grant application process each year to determine funding awards for the following: Federal. Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Home Investment Partnership (HOME) funds.
Local. Homeless Housing Grant Program (HHGP) Affordable Housing Grant Program (AHGP) Consolidated Homeless Grant (CHG) funds. More Information. Chapter Implementation.
The goals and LID Standards Implementation Grant Process ; Kitsap County book set forth in the Kitsap County Comprehensive Plan (Plan) provide direction for the county’s growth in the next 20 years.
The goals and policies, however, do not specifically describe how they will be achieved. Consequently, this. Secured a $,00 FY Department of Ecology & EPA Clean Water Low-Impact-Development (LID) Implementation grant for the non-profit Kitsap Home Builders Foundation (KHBF) to help jurisdictions develop and implement standards as well as to provide public education and outreach throughout the county including its four cities.
The Block Grant Program is funded through the Federal Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). Kitsap County receives an annual allocation of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership (HOME) funds.
The amounts are. The proposed land segregation shall comply with the applicable provisions of the Kitsap County Comprehensive Plan and Kitsap County Code.
Adequacy of Access. Each lot within a land segregation shall have approved access to a street conforming to county road or access standards, unless an alternative standard has been approved by the director.
KITSAP COUNTY ROAD STANDARDS Chapter 1. Introduction. Authority and Intent. Chapter RCW requires that County roads be established, laid out, constructed, altered, repaired, improved, and maintained by the County or by private individuals or entities authorized to perform such work under an agreement with the County legislative authority.
The Coordinated Grant Application Process brings together separate funding sources utilizing a common application site.
This site is used for applications for federal Kitsap County and City of Bremerton CDBG and HOME funds and local Affordable Housing, Homeless Housing, and Consolidated Homeless Grant.
The International Low Impact Development Conference highlights interdisciplinary practice, research, and implementation of Low Impact Development (LID), Green Infrastructure (GI), Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) and Water Sensitive Urban Designs (WSUD).
The focus will be on using our past and present understanding of LID to tune. Workshop: Low Impact Development Technical Guidance Manual. Art Castle, Home Builders Association of Kitsap County, provided the.
background and purpose of the Low Impact Development (LID) standards. implementation and showcase project. The goal is to develop and. implement LID standards in all four cities in Kitsap County.
Art is the Executive Vice President of the Kitsap Home Builders Foundation and was the grant manager for the Washington State Department of Ecology grant that funded the Kitsap LID Standards Implementation project.
In August, he was the cover story for the Kitsap Business Journal, who pronounced him a “LID Leader.”. Multi-County Planning Policies (RCW A) and Implementation Actions. The Kitsap Countywide Planning Policies and subsequent revisions in,and were developed by a committee of planners representing Kitsap County, the City ofFile Size: 1MB.
Control District, the County of Los Angeles, and 84 cities within the county; and requires the preparation and implementation of a storm water pollution prevention program to control runoff from construction sites within its jurisdiction. Kitsap Conservation District is your resource for natural resources.
We offer technical assistance to landowners to help preserve our natural resources. You will find all the information you need to apply for technical assistance and grants to help you improve your property’s resource management. The City will notify Kitsap County Health District and affected water utilities and will request them to comment during the preliminary phases of the City’s review process on all proposed projects defined in subsection (b) of this section or other uses not explicitly allowed or prohibited in BMC The City in conjunction with these.
Kitsap County ($,): Green Street Plan Kitsap County will develop strategies to reduce stormwater runoff and improve water quality within county rights of way using low impact development and green stormwater infrastructure techniques.
The plan will provide a method to identify, coordinate and prioritize these projects. accompany the Do-It-Yourself. Septic System Inspection Course. PAGE 2 program is for illustrative purposes and does not constitute an endorsement by the State of Washington or Clallam County.
provided in the guide to help homeowners go through each step of the process. Once the inspection process is complete, homeowners can use the File Size: 1MB. Final Comprehensive Plan Comprehensive Plan This document contains the Goals, Policies, and Strategies for: Land Use, Economic Development, Environment, Housing and Human Services, Transportation, Parks-Recreation-and Open Space, Capital Facilities, and Subarea Plans.
Complete the partner management plan on the Confidential Sexually Transmitted Disease Case Report FAX form to define a partner management plan.
For copies of this case report or questions on how to fill it out, call the Kitsap County Health District: () Septic systems are a complex subject. The easiest way to learn what you need to know about owning and using a septic system is to review our Homeowners Guide to Onsite Septic Systems.
OUR ROLE. Proper design, installation and maintenance of septic systems protect our ground and surface waters, and reduce the spread of disease. Kitsap County May 9, Coordinated Water System Plan Regional Supplement Revision Acknowledgements ii Acknowledgements An undertaking of this magnitude is not possible without the efforts of numerous individuals and.LID Retrofit Strategies for Urban Watersheds in the Pacific Northwest Presentation Overview •$, Ecology Grant •Led by Kitsap County • Reduce barriers to LID implementation 21 OVERVIEW GSI-CALC.
GSI-CALC Precipitation Regions Western Coastal Region. Art is the Executive Vice President of the Kitsap Home Builders Foundation and was the grant manager for the Washington State Department of Ecology grant that funded the Kitsap LID Standards Implementation project.
In August, he was the cover story for the Kitsap Business Journal, who pronounced him a “LID Leader.”.