SWC2012Projects-Arlington

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The City of Arlington is an active member of the Stillaguamish Watershed Council implementing many restoration projects, these are a few of the city's projects. The City of Arlington's new Stormwater Wetland is an innovative new tertiary treatment facility, designed to filter out chemicals and toxic substances before the water is returned to the Stillaguamish River. The Eagle Creek project directly addresses the degraded conditions by working with the private landowner to repair and restore the first 1000’ (12%) of the stream’s riparian corridor, and to provide for fish passage to the upper 9000’ of stream corridor through the removal of two collapsed culverts & enhancement of native riparian vegetation largely with native conifers and riparian shrubs.

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  • SWC2012Projects-Arlington

    1. 1. www.stillaguamishwatershed.org Dedicated to restoring and maintaining a healthyStillaguamish River Watershed since 1990
    2. 2. The mission of the Stillaguamish Watershed Council (SWC) is to maintain a healthy, functioningStillaguamish Watershed by providing a local forumin which agencies, organizations, communities, and the public can engage in a collaborative watershedbased process of decision making and coordination. This slideshow highlights the work of the SWC www.stillaguamishwatershed.org
    3. 3. Stormwater Wetland SiteSponsored by The City of Arlington The City of Arlingtons new Stormwater Wetland is an innovative new tertiary treatment facility, designed to filter out chemicals and toxic substances before the water is returned to the Stillaguamish River. Location
    4. 4. Stormwater Wetland SiteSponsored by The City of Arlington The City of Arlingtons new Stormwater Wetland is an innovative new tertiary treatment facility, designed to filter out chemicals and toxic substances before the water is returned to the Stillaguamish River. Volunteers planting native vegetation at the wetlandAerial View of Arlington’s StormwaterWetland Near Haller Park
    5. 5. Eagle Creek Barrier Removal and Riparian RestorationSponsored by the City of Arlington This project directly addresses the degraded conditions by working with the private landowner to repair and restore the first 1000’ (12%) of the stream’s riparian corridor, and to provide for fish passage to the upper 9000’ of stream corridor through the removal of two collapsed culverts & enhancement of native riparian vegetation largely with native conifers and riparian shrubs. Location
    6. 6. Eagle Creek Barrier Removal and Riparian RestorationSponsored by the City of Arlington This project will directly address these degraded conditions by working with the private landowner to repair and restore the first 1000’ (12%) of the stream’s riparian corridor, and to provide for fish passage to the upper 9000’ of stream corridor through the removal of two collapsed culverts & enhancement of native riparian vegetation largely with native conifers and Volunteers planting native riparian vegetation riparian shrubs.
    7. 7. Wastewater Plant UpdatedSponsored by the City of Arlington Wastewater plant was upgraded to a Membrane Bioreactor Water Reclamation plant
    8. 8. For more information about the Stillaguamish Watershed Council visit our website at: www.stillaguamishwatershed.org

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