Twisp Tennis Courts & Trail

Twisp Tennis Courts & Trail

The Town of Twisp is planning to construct a tennis court and associated trail. The area of potential effect covers 0.3 acres within Twisp Park. The project includes the installation of concrete slab for the tennis court, measuring 120 feet long by 60 feet wide. The cultural resource survey for the Twisp Tennis Court Project […]

Prairie View Park

Prairie View Park

The Spokane County Parks, Recreation & Golf is planning to construct additional spanning 10 acres at Prairie View Park located in eastern Spokane County, Washington. The project requires initial grading of the property followed by construction of two baseball/softball fields on the largest area of the property, and construction of four volleyball pits to the […]

Electrical Upgrade at Lake Osoyoos Veteran’s Memorial Park

Electrical Upgrade at Lake Osoyoos Veteran’s Memorial Park

The City of Oroville proposed additional upgrades to the electrical system in the Lake Osoyoos Veteran’s Memorial Park, located in Okanogan County, Washington. This fieldwork follows a cultural resource investigation reported in Cultural Resource Survey of the Lake Osoyoos Veteran’s Memorial Park Electrical Upgrade Project, Okanogan County, Washington. The 2013 survey covered approximately 3.0 acres […]

Twisp Community Trail

Twisp Community Trail

The Town of Twisp planned to improve a dirt trail by installing a permeable gravel surface, located on 0.7 acres within the town. The proposed improvements include roughly 0.3 miles of trail at a width of 10 feet. The maximum depth of disturbance for the project is 18 inches. The cultural resource survey for the […]

Susie Stevens Trail Project

Susie Stevens Trail Project

The Town of Winthrop is proposing to construct an extension to the existing Susie Stevens Trail system that connects the downtown with areas south of town.  The area of potential effect (APE) is approximately 1,800 linear feet. Construction of the trail may require excavations as deep as 3.0 feet in places to level and prepare […]

River Walk Trail Project

River Walk Trail Project

The Town of Winthrop is proposing to construct a trail near the downtown along the northeast side of the Chewuch River.  The trail will extend west from near the existing Susie Stevens Trail, passing under the Highway 20 bridge, then continuing along the bank of the river to the north end of town. Pre-field research […]

Mazama Trailhead Project

Mazama Trailhead Project

Methow Valley Sport Trail Association – a non-profit organized to guide, manage, and develop outdoor opportunities in the Methow Valley – is planning to make improvements to the existing trail head at Mazama.  The area of potential effect (Project Area), covers approximately 4.5 acres.  The current trail head facility includes a dirt parking area, a […]

Wooten Wildlife Area Campground Relocation Project

Wooten Wildlife Area Campground Relocation Project

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife proposes to relocate two existing campsites and add a new campsite, all located along the Tucannon River in Columbia County. The existing campsites will be removed and the floodplain will be restored. Each new campsite will have differing configurations, and will include a gravel access road, a maximum […]

Winthrop Ice and Sports Rink Refrigeration Project

Winthrop Ice and Sports Rink Refrigeration Project

The Town of Winthrop is planning to rebuild the municipal ice rink with a refrigerated slab to help extend the season of use. The area of potential effect (APE) covers approximately 1.5 acres, and lies in Section 02 of Township 34 North, Range 21 East, Willamette Meridian. This project will be partly funded by a […]

City of Airway Heights Shared Path Project

City of Airway Heights Shared Path Project

The City of Airway Heights has received funding from the Washington State Transportation Improvement Board Sidewalk Project program to help build a path to extend pedestrian access to commercial areas.   The route of the proposed path lies on the north side of State Route 2 and stretches 5,400 feet from South Garfield Road on the […]

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