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Percival Creek Drainage Basin Plan

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Percival Creek Comprehensive Drainage Basin Plan, May 1993

Percival Creek Basin Plan coverSection 1 (748 KB) includes:

  • Acknowledgements
  • Table of Contents
  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Chapter 2: Goals and Objectives
  • Chapter 3: Authority of the Basin Plan

Section 2 (1.8 MB) includes:

  • Chapter 4: Basin Characterization
  • Chapter 5: Percival Creek Characteristics

Section 3 (1.6 KB) includes:

  • Chapter 6: Basin Problem Analysis
  • Chapter 7: Management Alternatives

Section 4 (1.4 KB) includes:

  • Chapter 8: Evaluation of Alternatives
  • Chapter 9: Preferred Alternative and Recommendations

Section 5 (1.5 KB) includes:

  • Chapter 10: Alternative III: Optimal Level of Service
  • Chapter 11: Nonstructural Surface Water Management Program

Section 6 (1.5 KB) includes:

  • Chapter 12: Implementation Costs
  • Chapter 13: Funding Alternatives

Section 7 (510 KB) includes the following maps (from Appendix 1):

  • Map 1: Percival Basin Vicinity Map
  • Map 2: Percival Creek Basin
  • Map 3: Percival Creek Sub-Basins

Section 8 (800 KB) includes the following maps (from Appendix 1):

  • Map 4: Percival Creek Sensitive Areas
  • Map 5: Percival Creek Soils
  • Map 6: Percival Creek Land Use

Section 9 (869 KB) includes the following maps (from Appendix 1):

  • Map 7: Percival Creek Zoning
  • Map 8: Percival Creek Storm System
  • Map 9: Percival Creek Habitat/Flooding Characteristics

Section 10 (714 KB) includes the following maps (from Appendix 1):

  • Map 10: Percival Creek Shoreline Management Areas
  • Map 11: Percival Creek Water Quality Monitoring Sites
  • Map 12: Proposed Capital Improvements, Percival Creek Basin
  • Map 13: Cluster Development Proposals, Percival Creek Basin

Section 11 (746 KB) includes Appendix 2 Tables:

  • Table A-1: Soil, Land Cover and Slope Characteristics
  • Table A-2: Soil Characteristics
  • Table A-3: Current and Potential Future Land Use
  • Table A-4: Instream Culverts
  • Table A-5: Creek Flows with Existing Land Use Conditions
  • Table A-6: Low Creek Flows With Existing Land Use Conditions
  • Table A-7: Potential Effects of Urban Runoff on Stream Systems
  • Table A-8: Salmon Biological and Habitat Requirements
  • Table A-9: Salmon Environmental Parameters
  • Table A-10: Common Water Quality Contaminants
  • Table A-11: Creek Flows with Predeveloped Conditions
  • Table A-12: Creek Flows with Build-Out Land Use Conditions
  • Table A-13: Current and Potential Future Creek Widths at Selected Locations
  • Table A-14: Actual and Recommended Culvert Water Depths and Velocities, Existing Flow Conditions
  • Table A-15: Estimated Private Costs of Drainage System Development
  • Table A-16: Basin Specific Structural Projects and Potential Funding Sources
  • Table A-17: Implications of Stormwater Utility Rate Changes
  • Table A-18: Grand and Loan Programs
  • Table A-19: Potential Revenue Sources

Section 12 (1.5 KB) includes:

  • Appendix 3: Detention/Retention Facilities
  • Appendix 4: Computer Modeling Technical Information
  • Appendix 5: Water Quality Monitoring Results
  • Appendix 6: Open Space/Cluster Development
  • Appendix 7: Public Involvement and Education Documents (see Section 10 as well)

Section 13 (849 KB) includes:

  • Regional PIE Approach
  • Environment 2010 Guidelines for PIE
  • Policies and Guidelines for PIE from the Puget Sound Water Quality Authority
  • Environmental Education Legislation
  • PIE Tasks for Percival Basin Plan
  • Summary of Percival Basin Plan Public Workshop

Section 14 (1.6 MB) includes:

  • Environmental Education Priorities for EPA Region 10
  • Appendix 8: Long-Term Water Quality Monitoring Plan
  • Appendix 9: Water Resources Regulations
  • Appendix 10: Glossary
  • Appendix 11: Determination of Nonsignificance
  • Appendix 12: Letters of Concurrence

Contact Us

 Staff contact: Larry Schaffner (360) 754-4106 E-mail: schaffl@co.thurston.wa.us

 

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