5th Avenue Improvements Project

The City of Okanogan proposed reconstructing a portion of 5th Avenue.  The area of potential effects (APE) is a 0.31-mile length of 5th Avenue that stretches from Tyee Street on the southwest end, to Pine Street on the northeast end.  The right-of-way (ROW) for the project is 80 feet; 40 feet from the centerline on both sides of the road.  The reconstruction will remove and rebuild the street, including the installation of a storm drainage system, water system improvements, miscellaneous utility upgrades, sidewalks on both sides, and ADA compliant crossings.

A cultural resource survey of the 5th Avenue Improvements Project is intended to identify previously unrecorded archaeological resources and potential historic properties in the Project Area prior to planned construction activities.  Background research revealed 10 previously recorded archaeological resources within a 1.0-mile (mi) (1.6-kilometer [km]) radius of the Project Area.

The cultural resource survey and subsurface investigations for the Okanogan 5th Avenue Road Development Project resulted in no newly recorded cultural resources.  Plateau recommends that the proposed undertaking will result in No Historic Properties Affected, and no further archaeological investigations are recommended prior to or during the execution of this project.

Location:  Okanogan County, Washington

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