The State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) provides a way to identify possible environmental impacts that may result from governmental decisions. These decisions may be related to issuing permits for private projects, constructing public facilities, or adopting regulations, policies or plans.
Information provided during the SEPA review process is intended to ensure that environmental protection and preservation are considered by both state and local agencies in reviewing permit application. It gives local governments the authority to both review and mitigate potential environmental impacts.
Port of Everett's SEPA Policy
Current SEPA Documents
SEPA No. 2017-01: 10th Street Boat Launch Maintenance Dredging
- SEPA Determination of Non-Significance (DNS)
- SEPA Notice of Determination of Non-Significance (DNS)
- SEPA Environmental Checklist (including permit drawings, Draft Biological Evaluation, DMMP Recency Extension)
- The SEPA public comment opportunity was conducted February 28, 2017 thru March 15, 2017.
SEPA No. 2017-06: South & Central Basin Marina Maintenance Dredging Mitigated Determination of Non-significance (MDNS)
- SEPA Mitigated Determination of Non-Significance (MDNS)
- SEPA Notice of Mitigated Determination of Non-Significance (MDNS)
- SEPA Environmental Checklist (including Draft permit drawings, Draft Biological Evaluation, DMMP Suitability Determination)
- SEPA No. 2017-07: Memorandum of Exemption - South Terminal Storm-water System Maintenance and Improvements
- SEPA No. 2017-08: Memorandum of Exemption – Programmatic Maintenance and Repairs
Past SEPA Documents