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SEPA provides a way to identify possible environmental impacts that may result from governmental decisions. These decisions may be related to issuing permits for private projects, constructing public facilities, or adopting regulations, policies or plans. Information provided during the SEPA review process helps agency decision makers, applicants, and the public understand how a proposal will affect the environment. This information can be used to change a proposal to reduce likely impacts. Learn more about SEPA here. To access the Washington Department of Ecology’s searchable database of SEPA documents, which includes the Port of Vancouver’s referenced documents, go to the Statewide SEPA Register.
January 25, 2022 – Port of Vancouver Terminal 5 Berth Rehabilitation Project (Supplemental)
Comments must be received by 5:00 p.m. on February 8, 2022. No verbal comments will be accepted. Comments should be addressed to:
Callie DeBoer, SEPA Responsible Official
Mailing address: 3103 NW Lower River Road, Vancouver, WA 98660
January 7, 2022 – Adoption of Resolution No. 1-2022 amending the Port of Vancouver’s Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements and Industrial Development
September 9, 2016 – Port of Vancouver Water System Improvements – CP0327
August 23, 2016 - Amendment of the Port of Vancouver Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements and Industrial Development - Resolution No. 6-2016