Application for Technical Assistance - Stormwater Parks Planning
To be considered for the stormwater parks technical assistance, fill out this form and submit it by 5:00 PM on October 20. Fill out a separate form for each proposed location. See the
Opportunity for Technical Assistance
Stormwater Parks webpage
for more information or contact Erika Harris at
. Jurisdictions interested in developing a stormwater park that need assistance in identifying locations should contact Erika Harris.
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City, county, tribe, special district, agency, etc. Should be the landowner
Primary contact name for lead applicant
Primary contact title
Primary contact email address
Optional, could be a business, community-based organization, conservation district, agency, etc. Include contact information.
Proposed Location Information
Address, parcel ID, map with site delineated, or GIS shapefile. Can attach below.
Optional map or GIS shapefile of proposed site
Upload shapefile (100MB size limit)
Stormwater park context and preliminary description
Describe context and any related plans or community input for this area, including desired recreational uses
Water quality benefit
Does the basin where this facility will be located drain to a water body with a medium to high level of pollutant loading? Use data sources such as Ecology’s
Water Quality Assessment tool/303(d) list
Puget Sound Watershed Characterization work
or The Nature Conservancy’s
to determine this or leave blank and the selection team will do the analysis.
tool to list salmon present in the receiving waters or leave blank and the selection team will do the analysis
Proposed site’s ability to support a regional stormwater facility and recreation
Include land area, size of the drainage basin, and relative elevation within basin, or leave blank and the selection team will do the analysis
Proposed site’s ability to advance racial equity and improve equitable park access
Describe the ways the stormwater park can advance racial equity, which could include improving access to parks, trails, and open space and supporting affordable housing development. Provide demographics of area, languages spoken, distance to nearest park, trail, and open space or the selection team will do the analysis.
Indicate whether proposed location is in or within half a mile of an urban center or high-capacity transit station area or leave blank and the selection team will do the analysis. Location near a center is not required, however it will be given bonus points for supporting the Regional Growth Strategy.
Community Commitment and Additional Information
Community commitment/likelihood of implementation
Provide letter(s) demonstrating commitment to developing a stormwater park with recreational opportunities accessible to the public. One letter should come from an elected official, executive, or director who is able to commit to further implementation if feasibility and other project information supports moving forward. Upload letter(s) (maximum of 5 files can be uploaded; 100MB size limit).
Additional information for selection team to consider
Vicinity map, photo of site, or other supporting information. Upload document(s) (maximum of 5 files can be uploaded; 100MB size limit).