Everyone Has a Role to Play
The Chehalis Basin Strategy is based upon working together, and establishing common ground. Your input and perspectives are essential to the process.
The Strategy will only make sense and succeed with the involvement of people who live and work in the Basin. Many of the actions being considered would be on private land and will require the voluntary participation of landowners. People of the Basin must help make the decision about what the Chehalis Basin Board will recommend.
Gathering Public Input
Starting in fall 2020, the Office of Chehalis Basin has been hosting a series of public meetings to connect with and hear directly from Basin residents and others on the choices related to reducing flood damage and restoring aquatic species habitat that will impact the future of the Chehalis Basin.
Learn more about and register for the upcoming meetings:
- Public Meeting #2: February 17, 2021, 6–8 p.m.
There’s no single, simple solution that makes up the Chehalis Basin Strategy, and it can be challenging to track the various proposed actions that remain under consideration. Get up to speed with this overview of key flooding and habitat actions currently in development. There will also be a Q&A session to answer your questions about the Strategy.
- Public Meeting #3: March 9, 2021, 6–8 p.m.
Join a community conversation before the Chehalis Basin Board submits its recommended actions for the Chehalis Basin Strategy. You’ll have the opportunity to review options and weigh in on the Board’s potential recommendations before they’re shared broadly.
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