GRP Update & Development Priorities 2015-2017

GRP map of 2015-2017 priorities

Updated August 22, 2017

The release date of the final versions of these 17 plans was June 30, 2017.

Admiralty Inlet – extends from eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca to Foulweather Bluff. The AI-GRP was last updated in March 2003.

Hood Canal – covers 704 square miles and is bounded by the Hood Canal Bridge to the north, Quilcene to the west, Seabeck to the east, and Belfair to the south. The HC-GRP was last updated in March 2003.

Lower Skagit River – covers 150 square miles in Skagit and Snohomish counties. This is a new GRP.

Lower Yakima River - covers 676 square miles in Benton, Kittitas, and Yakima counties. The Lower Yakima River is a new GRP.

Nooksack River - covers 256 square miles in Whatcom County. This is a new GRP.

Palouse - covers 253 square miles in Adams, Franklin, and Whitman counties. This is a new GRP.

Puyallup-White Rivers - covers 207 square miles in Pierce and King counties. This is a new GRP.

Samish River - covers 102 square miles in Skagit and Whatcom counties. This is a new GRP.

Snake River – Ice Harbor - covers a 41-mile reach of the Snake River from the confluence of the Snake and Columbia Rivers to the Lower Monumental Dam. This GRP has not been updated since it was created in 1997.

Stillaguamish - covers 89 square miles in Snohomish County. This is a new GRP.

Sumas - covers 53 square miles in Whatcom County. This is a new GRP.

Upper Columbia River - covers 207 square miles in Chelan, Douglas, Grant, and Kittitas counties. This is a new GRP.

Upper Green River - covers 120 square miles in King County. This is a new GRP.

Upper Yakima River - covers 439 square miles in Kittitas and Yakima counties. This is a new GRP.

Warden Washington - covers 131 square miles in Grant County. This is a new GRP.

Washington Deschutes - covers 312 square miles in Grays Harbor, Lewis, and Thurston counties. This is a new GRP.

Wenatchee - covers 332 square miles in Chelan County. This is a new GRP.