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North Boeing Field Georgetown Steam Plant, Seattle

Cleanup plan ready for public review

Nov. 7, 2022 - Dec. 21, 2022, 11:59 p.m.

The Interim Action Work Plan describes the cleanup of contaminated soils for one section of this site.

We invite you to review a draft Interim Action Work Plan for the Dog Park Project Area of the North Boeing Field-Georgetown Steam Plant cleanup site. The City of Seattle plans to develop a portion of the Georgetown Steam Plant property into an off-leash pet area and pedestrian path. This project, called the Georgetown Flume Dog Park Project Area, is east of 1001 S. Myrtle St between Myrtle St and East Marginal Way. The City of Seattle is conducting this Interim Action under a 2008 legal agreement (Agreed Order) with Ecology.

We would like your input on the following documents:

  • Interim Action Work Plan: This work plan describes the cleanup of contaminated soils on the Dog Park Project Area.

  • State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Determination of Non-Significance: This is the Ecology determination that the cleanup work is not likely to harm the environment.

Go to our North Boeing Field Georgetown Steam Plant cleanup site page to see the documents and learn more about the cleanup work.

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Julia Schwarz
P.O. Box 330316
Shoreline, WA 98133-9716
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