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File #: 2022-0956    Version: 1
Type: Budget Motion Status: Approved
File created: 9/16/2022 In control: Public Hearings
On agenda: 11/9/2022 Final action: 11/9/2022
Title: Motion 22-413, approving the 2023-2028 Surface Water Management Six-Year Capital Improvement Plan
Attachments: 1. Motion 22-413, 2. 6 Year Capital Improvement Program Chart, 3. Motion Assignment Slip


Executive/Council Action Form (ECAF)


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Motion 22-413, approving the 2023-2028 Surface Water Management Six-Year Capital Improvement Plan
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DEPARTMENT: Conservation & Natural Resources

ORIGINATOR: Jennifer Keene

EXECUTIVE RECOMMENDATION: Approved by Ken Klein 9/27/22

PURPOSE: Approval of the Surface Water Management 2023-2028 Six-Year Capital Improvement Plan (SWM CIP).

BACKGROUND: Snohomish County Charter, Section 6.20, and Title 4.26.024 of the Snohomish County Code direct the County Executive to prepare a Six-Year Capital Improvement Plan. Snohomish County Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Surface Water Management Division has developed a Capital Improvement Plan for Surface Water Management capital improvements for the next six years, 2023-2028. The Surface Water Management 2023-2028 Six-Year Capital Improvement Plan includes general drainage capital improvement projects, failing infrastructure projects, fish passage culvert projects, culvert replacement projects, water quality LID improvements, stormwater retrofit projects, river and habitat projects, and master drainage/basin planning.

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DEPARTMENT FISCAL IMPACT NOTES: Adoption of the 2023-2028 SWM CIP does not appropriate funds. Council adoption of the 2023 Surface Water Management budget appropriates expenses and revenues for the 2023 SWM ACP. Expenses and revenues for future years (2024-2028) will depend on Council adoption of future annual budgets that reflect long-term commitments to the 2023-2028 Six-Year Capital Improvement Plan for Surface Water Management.

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