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SEPA Environmental Checklist

 
Form number Date Published
ECY 050-45June 1984
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Author(s) Barbara Ritchie
Description The environmental checklist consists of a series of questions that ask for information about a proposal such as a subdivision, a commercial building, a public building, etc. It is usually completed by the applicant and submitted to the “lead agency” (usually the county or city where the proposal is located). The lead agency will use the information in the checklist to decide whether the proposal is likely to cause a significant adverse impact to the environment. (The form is in WAC 197-11-960. Information on how to use the checklist is contained in WAC 197-11-315 and 330.)
REQUEST A COPY The mission of the Department of Ecology is to protect, preserve, and enhance Washington’s environment. To help us meet that goal, please consider the environment before you print or request a copy.

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Keywords environmental checklist, SEPA, Shorelands form, Official Ecology Form, SEPA form, environmental
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