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Clean Water Projects

Jefferson County's Clean Water Projects provide regular monitoring of bays, streams and rivers to assure they are not contaminated with non-point source pollution such as fecal coliform bacteria. Data collected through these projects are analyzed and long-term trends are assessed. Through the Pollution Identification and Correction (PIC) process problem areas are identified and addressed to correct failing septic systems and agricultural practices that degrade surface water quality.

To request water quality data, fill out and send in this Public Records Request Form.

 

 

 

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Active Projects

  • WA State Beach Environmental Assessment, Communication and Health (BEACH) Program – See Swimming Beaches at Shellfish, Beaches & Surface Waters
  • Hood Canal Priority Basins Project (Chimacum-Ludlow Creeks)
  • Lake Monitoring Program – See Surface Waters at Shellfish, Beaches & Surface Waters
  • Quilcene-Dabob Pollution Identification & Control (PIC) Project
  • Shellfish Biotoxin Monitoring Program - See Shellfish Safety at Shellfish, Beaches & Surface Waters
  • Central Hood Canal Pollution Identification & Control (PIC) Project (Coming soon – Starts in Summer 2017)
  • Strait Priority Areas Project (Coming soon – Starts in Summer 2017)
     

Recent Projects

•    Hood Canal Regional Pollution Identification & Control (PIC) Project - Phase 2
•    Hood Canal Clean Stream Project
 

 

Project Reports, Documents & Data

Peruse a list of JCPH Water Quality and Shellfish reports.
 

 


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