Public Involvement Opportunities
wants to keep you involved! Community involvement is important
during the cleanup process and there are several key steps where public input is
needed. Public involvement can include attending public
meetings, submitting written comments during public comment
periods, and educating the community.
When can I make a public comment?
Typically, Ecology will ask for public input on legal agreements
with Rayonier, major cleanup decisions, cleanup work plans, and
draft reports (see below). To receive notification of
public comment periods, please contact
Megan MacClellan (e-mail:
phone: 360-407-0067), Public Involvement Coordinator, to be added to the mailing list.
How can I be involved?
Individuals, organizations, and other agencies may submit
written comments during public comment periods and attend public
Public Participation Grants may be available for
non-profit organizations interested in monitoring the cleanup and
helping to prevent pollution. Olympic Environmental Council has been a grantee.
Public Comment Period and Meeting Documents
Where else can I access public documents for this site?
- The Department of Ecology, Southwest Regional Office Records Center
300 Desmond Drive SE, Lacey, WA 98503
Contact Susie Baxter at
360-407-6365 for an appointment.
- During public comment periods, the Port Angeles Library
stores the documents available for review
2210 South Peabody Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362 360-417-8500