Water Right Application RSS Feed

Subscribe to a Water Right Application RSS Feed for County or WRIA

The Department of Ecology (Ecology) is providing a more efficient and convenient way for you to find out when water right permit applications are filed in your watershed or county.  By subscribing to our Water Right Application RSS feed you can be notified whenever a new application is filed in the area you care about.  You will get alerts about applications for new water right permits and changes to existing water right permits (look for the “C” in the start of the file number for change applications).

To setup an RSS Feed to receive automated notifications of recently accepted Water Right Applications search for “RSS feed readers”.  Popular browsers like Internet Explorer and Firefox offer the built-in ability to subscribe to RSS feeds.  The Google Chrome Webstore  has numerous options for RSS extensions. App stores for mobile devices offer lots of options for subscribing to RSS.

If you are already have an RSS Reader, simply click on “Subscribe to this feed” and follow the prompts from there.

For instructions on using Microsoft Outlook to subscribe to RSS feeds, go to Microsoft Outlook 2016/2013, Microsoft Outlook 2010, Outlook 2007.  Mac users can search the Mac App Store for RSS Readers.

Each feed will only show the 10 most recent applications by County and WRIA (Water Resource Inventory Area).  Most will have a link to a scanned image of the completed application form.  We will strive to make application images available within 24 hours of publishing notices via RSS, but sometimes this may take longer, depending on other priorities.

To find all filed permit applications you can use the Water Resources Explorer Web map.

 
County (A-K)
 
County (L-Y)
 
WRIA (1-30)
 
WRIA (31-62)
  Adams
Asotin
Benton
Chelan
Clallam
Clark
Columbia
Cowlitz
Douglas
Ferry
Franklin
Garfield
Grant
Grays Harbor
Island
Jefferson
King
Kitsap
Kittitas
Klickitat
 
 

Lewis
Lincoln
Mason
Okanogan
Pacific
Pend Oreille
Pierce
San Juan
Skagit
Skamania
Snohomish
Spokane
Stevens
Thurston
Wahkiakum
Walla Walla
Whatcom
Whitman
Yakima
Statewide

  1 Nooksack Watershed
2 San Juan Watershed
3 Lower Skagit Watershed
4 Upper Skagit Watershed
5 Stillaguamish Watershed
6 Island Watershed
7 Snohomish Watershed
8 Cedar/Sammamish Watershed
9 Green-Duwamish Watershed
10 Puyallup/White Watershed
11 Nisqually Watershed
12 Chambers-Clover Watershed
13 Deschutes Watershed
14 Kennedy-Goldsborough Watershed
15 Kitsap Watershed
16 Skokomish-Dosewallips Watershed
17 Quilcene-Snow Watershed
18 Elwha-Dungeness Watershed
19 Lyre-Hoko Watershed
20 Soleduc-Hoh Watershed
21 Queets-Quinault Watershed
22 Lower Chehalis Watershed
23 Upper Chehalis Watershed
24 Willapa Watershed
25 Grays-Elochoman Watershed
26 Cowlitz Watershed
27 Lewis Watershed
28 Salmon-Washougal Watershed
29 Wind-White Salmon Watershed
30 Klickitat Watershed
 
  31 Rock-Glade Watershed
32 Walla Walla Watershed
33 Lower Snake Watershed
34 Palouse Watershed
35 Middle Snake Watershed
36 Esquatzel-Coulee Watershed
37 Lower Yakima Watershed
38 Naches Watershed
39 Upper Yakima Watershed
40 Alkli-Squilchuck Watershed
41 Lower Crab Watershed
42 Grand Coulee Watershed
43 Upper Crab Watershed
44 Moses Coulee Watershed
45 Wenatchee Watershed
46 Entiat Watershed
47 Chelan Watershed
48 Methow Watershed
49 Okanogan Watershed
50 Foster Watershed
51 Nespelem Watershed
52 Sanpoil Watershed
53 Lower Lake Roosevelt Watershed
54 Lower Spokane
55 Little Spokane Watershed
56 Hangman Watershed
57 Middle Spokane Watershed
58 Middle Lake Roosevelt Watershed
59 Colville Watershed
60 Kettle Watershed
61 Upper Lake Roosevelt Watershed
62 Pend Oreille Watershed