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* Denotes fees which include an issuance fee for Community Development

Environmental Services Fees (See note 9) Fee
AG Management Plan (Habitat) Free
Final Wetland Permit $1,922
Forest Practices (see note 5)
- Conversion option harvest plan (COHP) with approved current use timber management plan $636*
- COHP without approved current use timber management plan $1,124*
- Class IV G $1,976*
- Hazard tree removal determination, stand alone $229*
- Type I, single-family dwelling moratorium waiver $718*
- Non-exempt Class I forest practices $519*
- Type III moratorium waivers (see note 4) $4,184*
Habitat Stewardship Plan (see note 5) $691*
Monitoring Review (paid for each year of monitoring)
- Single permit monitoring $395
- Additional fee if both HAB & WET monitoring is combined $146
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Pre Determination/Determinations Concurrent with Permit Review (see note 5)
- Standard determination (up to 40 acre sites) $583*
- Additional fee if both WET and HAB determinations are combined $271*
- Mapping error review only Free
- Large/lineal/multi-site projects (sites over 40 acres in size or multiple non-contiguous sites) See DES staff prior to applying. Cost Recovery
Public Hearing Fee (paid with all Appeals and Type III environmental permits) $2,461
SEPA Review (Stand alone SEPA only) $1,622*
Site Inspection Fee, including re-inspections (See note 5) $230
Stormwater Review (Wetland Protection) $439
Type I Permit Reviews - each permit with valid determination (see note 5) $398*
Type II & III Permit Reviews (see note 4)
- First HAB or WET permit review- with valid determination (see note 5) $862*
- Additional fee if both WET and HAB determinations are combined $467*

* Denotes fees which include an issuance fee for Community Development


Fee Notes: (see Title 6 for complete list of notes)

4.

A Public Hearing Fee is required to accompany any Type III permit application/project for which DES will hold a hearing.

5.

One site inspection fee is required to accompany each application for a critical area permit.

9.

Where onsite work (including but not limited to grading, excavating, cutting or construction) is started prior to the issuance of county permits, the application fee shall be doubled. If work is commenced while the application is being processed, permits will not be issued until an additional application.

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To request public records involving Environmental Services, contact Trista Kobluskie at (360) 397-2121 ext. 4314 or e-mail trista.kobluskie@clark.wa.gov.

 

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Clark County Environmental Services: Don Benton, Director
Street Address: 1300 Franklin Street, Vancouver, WA 98660
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 9810, Vancouver, WA 98666-9810
Main phone: (360) 397-2121| FAX: (360) 397-2062
TTY: (800) 833-6384

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