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Comment period extended for environmental review of Chehalis flood reduction project
The public is invited to participate in an online public hearing April 2 & online public meeting April 21 to comment on draft environmental review for proposed Chehalis River flood reduction project.
Helping communities reduce risks before floods, find solutions in the aftermath
In February, 2020, flooding brought the biggest disaster in decades to Southeast Washington. Learn how we're helping communities recover and improve their resiliency to future floods.
Floodplain redesign delivers downstream benefits for all
This deliberate logjam is one piece of a plan to restore a functional floodplain along a three mile stretch of the North Fork Touchet River in Southeast Washington.
Chehalis River Basin Flood Authority earns national floodplain management award

The Chehalis River Basin Flood Authority, a partner helping develop and carry out the Chehalis Basin Strategy, earned a prestigious national award.

Habitat projects to expand fish access throughout Chehalis Basin

Barrier culverts will be redesigned or reconstructed to allow migrating fish easier access to crucial stream habitat in Grays Harbor and Lewis counties.

Chehalis Basin Board holds special meeting Aug. 3

Chehalis Basin Board will meet on Aug. 3 to discuss how to move forward with flood control projects without a state capital budget.

Our new Office of Chehalis Basin

The Office of Chehalis Basin was created in July 2017 to integrate a strategy for long-term flood damage reduction and aquatic species restoration.

VIDEO: Finding solutions for the Chehalis basin

Ecology is currently taking comments on our environmental review of solutions proposed for the Chehalis Basin.

Review our report on options to help the Chehalis River Basin

As part of a community effort to restore the basin and put it on a path to recovery, we have completed a report for your review and input.

Grab your camera and snap a King Tide

The Washington King Tides Initiative needs your help documenting King Tides along Washington’s shores. Share your photos on washington.kingtides.net and the Flickr group.