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Title 17E Environmental Standards

Chapter 17E.060 Shoreline Regulations

Article VI. Environment Designations and Requirements for Modifications and Uses in Specific Environments: Part II. Modifications and Uses in Specific Environments

Section 17E.060.680 Shoreline Modifications Limited Use Standards

  1. The paragraphs listed below contain the limitations on shoreline modifications and correspond with the bracketed [ ] footnote numbers from Table 17E.060-3.

    1. Piers and Docks.
      This regulation applies to all parts of Table 17E.060-3 that have a note [1]. Piers and docks shall be allowed only in areas described in SMC 17E.060.430.

    2. Fill Waterward of the Ordinary High-water Mark.
      This regulation applies to all parts of Table 17E.060-3 that have a note [2]. Fill waterward of the ordinary high-water mark shall be allowed only when consistent with SMC 17E.060.410(A), Fill.

    3. Fill Waterward of the Ordinary High-water Mark for Ecological Restoration.
      This regulation applies to all parts of Table 17E.060-3 that have a note [3]. Fill waterward of the ordinary high-water mark for ecological restoration shall only be allowed when the applicant provides documentation that the project addresses legitimate restoration needs and priorities and facilitates implementation of the City of Spokane shoreline restoration plan.

    4. Fill Landward of the Ordinary High-water Mark.
      This regulation applies to all parts of Table 17E.060-3 that have a note [4]. Fill landward of the ordinary high-water mark shall only be allowed for a permitted and approved use. If this can be demonstrated, a shoreline conditional use permit is required.

    5. Jetties, Groins, and Weirs Waterward of the Ordinary High-water Mark.
      This regulation applies to all parts of Table 17E.060-3 that have a note [5]. Jetties, groins, and weirs waterward of the ordinary high-water mark shall be allowed only where necessary to support water-dependent uses, public access, shoreline stabilization, or publicly owned and/or maintained projects. If this can be demonstrated, a shoreline conditional use permit is required.

    6. Jetties, Groins, and Weirs Waterward of the Ordinary High-water Mark for Ecological Restoration.
      This regulation applies to all parts of Table 17E.060-3 that have a note [6]. Jetties, groins, and weirs waterward of the ordinary high-water mark for ecological restoration shall only be allowed when the applicant provides documentation that the project addresses legitimate restoration needs and priorities and facilitates implementation of the City of Spokane shoreline restoration plan.

Date Passed: Monday, June 21, 2010

Effective Date: Monday, July 26, 2010

ORD C34605 Section 13