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Wastewater Treatment and Water Reuse System for Carlsborg UGA


How to Get Involved

Citizen input is critical to a successful process to determine whether to build a wastewater treatment and water reuse system for the Carlsborg UGA. There are many opportunities for citizens to participate in the sewer planning process.

Public Meetings

Representatives from Clallam County would be happy to arrange a meeting with you and your neighbors to discuss the project and review all the steps that lie ahead. If you are interested, please contact us.

  • In August 2012, Clallam County hosted the Carlsborg Community Forum where county staff and representatives from the Clallam County PUD and City of Sequim and answered community questions and heard community input.
  • Over the last several months, representatives from Clallam County and Clallam County PUD have met with multiple groups of business owners and residents in the Carlsborg UGA to discuss the project and review all the steps that lie ahead.
  • In August 2009, representatives of Clallam County met with business representatives to discuss options for the Carlsborg Urban Growth Area and for sewer planning. The meeting was open to the public.
  • In June 2009, Clallam County and the Clallam PUD hosted a public meeting to present the Pre-Draft Sewer Facilities Plan for Carlsborg UGA and to hear questions and input from the community.
  • Clallam County and the Clallam PUD hosted three public meetings in 2006 and 2007 during the development of the Sewer Feasibility Study for Carlsborg UGA.

Carlsborg Community Advisory Council: The Carlsborg Community Advisory Council (CCAC) represents the diversified interests of the Carlsborg community and its members make recommendations for the growth and development of the Carlsborg Urban Growth Area. CCAC meetings are open to the public. For information on when the CCAC meets, visit the CCAC webpage.

Stay informed! Join the sewer project e-mail list to receive periodic project updates by contacting Bob Martin of Clallam County Public Works Administration at 360-417-2389.

 

Last updated May 2, 2013