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033-034-001 - Lower Duwamish Source Control

What’s most important to you when it comes to cleaning up the Lower Duwamish Waterway?

In addition to our goals to protect human health and the environment, we know there are other important values you hold when it comes to cleaning up the Lower Duwamish Waterway. We will use your input to shape our evolving goals for engagement, including what kind of information we share and how. Tell us what matters most to you!

Please select FIVE cleanup-process values from the choices below to help us understand what’s most important to you.

Tell us what helps you feel most engaged in source control!

We are committed to providing meaningful opportunities for the community to engage throughout the cleanup process of the Lower Duwamish Waterway. You and your community know best how you would like to be engaged – let us know what works for you! Currently, our engagement opportunities typically include:

  • 30-day public comment periods to review and provide input on technical documents for each Ecology upland cleanup site.
  • In-person open houses for individual sites or multiple sites to hear cleanup updates, ask questions, and talk to Ecology staff.
  • Attending community events, such as community drop-ins, a booth at RiverFest, and other community events.
Select all engagement opportunities that sound most appealing to you.

How can we best communicate with you and your community?

We want to make sure those who want to engage know when and how!

Select the best ways to reach you to share opportunities for engagement.

Are there barriers to participating in engagement opportunities?

We strive to provide accessible, equitable, and interesting engagement opportunities!

Please select any barriers you have felt to engaging in Ecology events for Lower Duwamish Waterway cleanup and source control.

What else would you like to learn about Ecology’s role in Lower Duwamish Waterway cleanup?

Let us know what you’d like us to share more about!