Wetland and Habitat Review
Our Wetland and Habitat Review program administers the county’s Wetland Protection and Habitat Conservation Ordinances, provides technical expertise for the administration of the Shoreline Master Program, and issues SEPA threshold determinations for projects that do not require Land Use or Shoreline Review or a Forest Practice Permit.
The work is field intensive and requires our staff to have expertise in botany, soil science, hydrology, fish and wildlife biology, and ecology. Staff identifies, maps, and assesses wetlands and priority habitats, reviews and approves technical studies and mitigation plans prepared by consultants, develops mitigation plans for residential building permits, and provides expert testimony at Land Use and Code Enforcement hearings. The biologists also provide customer service and intake services in the Permit Center on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and attend Pre-application Conferences on Thursday.
We also work with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Ecology, The Department of Natural Resources, and the US Army Corps of Engineers on individual development and mitigation projects as well as mitigation banking efforts in Clark County.
Find out if you have wetlands or habitat on your property with our look up tool.
Wetland/Habitat permits are now available online. Visit CC LMS for more information.
None are scheduled at this time
SEP2018-00053 Kirkland Remediation and Grading, 9109-9115 NE 94th Avenue
SLR-2019-00044 Russo Driveway, 29103 NE Lookout Road
SLR-2020-00018 Manor Industrial Park Stockpile Grading, 10312 NE 72nd Avenue
SLR-2020-00023 30th Ave Off-site Grading, 16102 NE 10th Avenue
Check current wait times prior to your visit.
|Public Service Center
1300 Franklin Street, first floor
Vancouver WA 98660
Permit Center is closed to in-person services, effective March 18.
Customers are encouraged to use our online services and can contact staff by email or phone during regular business hours.