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THIS DATA IS A DRAFT UNTIL 90 DAYS FOLLOWING ADOPTION BY WASHINGTON ECOLOGY.  Shoreline Master Programs are local land use policies and regulations designed to manage shoreline use. These local programs protect natural resources for future generations, provide for public access to public waters and shores, and plan for water-dependent uses. They are created in partnership with the local community and Ecology, and must comply with the state Shoreline Management Act (RCW 90.58.030(2)) and Shoreline Master Program Guidelines.  Please read metadata for additional information. Any data download constitutes acceptance of the Terms of Use. 

Dataset Attributes

  • OBJECTID
    Number
  • ENV_DES
    Text
    {"value"=>"Conservancy", "count"=>630} (), {"value"=>"Shoreline Residential", "count"=>629} (), {"value"=>"High Intensity", "count"=>501} (), {"value"=>"Natural", "count"=>270} (), {"value"=>"Aquatic", "count"=>66} ()
  • Acres
    Number
    4.742712e-06 to 2323.852
  • Freshwater
    Text
  • Marine
    Text
  • Shape__Area
    Number
    0.00506591796875 to 101197673.078796
  • Shape__Length
    Number
    0.717654722438012 to 455124.123210767

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