Southwest Region

Ecology has four regional offices. TheSouthwest region includes Clallam, Clark, Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Mason, Lewis, Pacific, Pierce, Skamania, Thurston, and Wahkiakum counties.
Ecology has four regional offices. TheSouthwest region includes Clallam, Clark, Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Mason, Lewis, Pacific, Pierce, Skamania, Thurston, and Wahkiakum counties.

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Sept. 28 webinar focuses on Skookumchuck Dam assessment
The Skookumchuck Dam is over 50 years old, and the power plant it was built to serve is shutting down. Join us for a discussion on the possible futures for the dam.
Federal grant moves Aberdeen levee project forward
City of Aberdeen receives $50 million federal grant and $17 million in state funding to help fund North Shore Levee project.
Partnerships fuel removal of toxic tires from Washington’s waters
Removing waste tires from Washington's waters is a complex, long-term issue. But we can start tackling parts of the problem now. Learn about two of our grant recipients working on tire removal.
Let’s get #SmokeReadyTogether June 13-17
Get #SmokeReadyTogether this year and help prevent wildfires with these tips.
Vamos a #PrepararnosparaelHumoJuntos Junio 13-17
Prepárese para #SmokeReadyTogether este año y ayude a prevenir incendios forestales con estos consejos.
Environmental restoration grants reach across state
We are awarding nearly $640,000 to fund 15 projects that will significantly improve water quality and the environment statewide.
Improving resilience and hazard planning for coastal communities
New report outlines how coastal communities and Tribes can work together to plan for and respond to coastal hazards.
Ecology welcomes public to offices
On March 21, Ecology no longer requires appointments to visit offices.
Nisqually Tribe wins award for restoration work near Eatonville
Nisqually Tribe wins award for restoration work near Eatonville along Busy Wild Creek and the Mashel River.
March 9 public forum focuses on Skookumchuck Dam study
We are holding a public forum March 9 to share information about our Skookumchuck Dam study to evaluate if the structure could help reduce flood damage and improve aquatic habitat.

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