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The Clean Water Program formed because of degradation to Skagit County marine tidelands and fresh water in the mid-1990s. The intent of the program is to facilitate improvements to surface water by monitoring and identifying sources of non-point pollution. Non-point pollution can be found in the form of stormwater runoff, onsite sewage systems, animal grazing and manure management and other activities that may threaten water quality (Chapter 90.72 RCW).

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What You Can Do

Not only will many of the actions below reduce pollution, they also may save you money! From reduced costs for yard care to catching small problems before they become big ones, taking these actions is the right choice

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Contact Skagit County Surface Water: (360) 416-1400

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Division Manager:
Jennifer E. Johnson
jennej@co.skagit.wa.us

Natural Resource Division Contacts

Physical and Mailing Address:
1800 Continental Place
Mount Vernon, WA 98273

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Natural Resources

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Lake Management District Program

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Pollution Identification and Correction

Salmon Habitat Monitoring and Restoration

Shellfish Safety

Water Quality Monitoring

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Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program

Natural Resources Stewardship Program

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SEE IT: REPORT IT


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or call 360-416-1400

News

Pollution Identification and Correction Annual Report 2022

Clean Water Annual Report 2020

Clean Samish Newsletter 2022

Padilla Bay Newsletter 2022

Plan on Digging or harvesting Shellfish in the Samish Bay? Check the fecal coliform safety status here.

 

Contact

Division Manager:
Jennifer E. Johnson
jennej@co.skagit.wa.us

Natural Resource Division Contacts

Physical and Mailing Address:
1800 Continental Place
Mount Vernon, WA 98273


Stay Connected!
Join our Clean Water email list to receive news, updates and information regarding Skagit County Clean Water programs.

Contact Skagit County Surface Water:
(360) 416-1400

Clean Water Facebook Page
Did you know Skagit County Clean Water has a Facebook page? Follow us to watch our progress and receive updates about water quality news and events!

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