Integrated Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan

Staff Contact


Janet Quinn,
Project Coordinator
(425) 398-8900

The City of Kenmore is committed to improving access to waterfront for residents and visitors, and is further committed to managing our waters to enhance enjoyment of this natural resource. Thanks to a grant from the Washington State Department of Ecology, with input from citizens and technical support from Herrera Environmental Services, the City of Kenmore has created an Integrated Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan (IAVMP) as a living, guiding document for the management of aquatic noxious weeds in the portions of the Sammamish River and Lake Washington within the City of Kenmore.

Integrated Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan (IAVMP) 

The City of Kenmore has no plans to implement management strategies in 2017.

City of Kenmore permit requirements, including Sample

Shoreline Management Act of 1971 (Chapter 90.58 RCW)

Governor’s Office for Regulatory Innovation and Assistance

The Project Questionnaire (OPAS) is a tool developed by the Department of Ecology to help you determine which local, state, and federal environmental permits, approvals, or licenses for Washington State you will need for your project based on an online questionnaire process, accessed here.

Contractor/Herbicide Applicator List

Other Helpful Links:

Department of Ecology:

General

General Permits

Aquatic Plant and Algae Management General Permit

Current Aquatic Plant and Algae Mgmt. General Permits (Please note, permits appearing under Jefferson County are actually King County permits.)

King County:

Ben Peterson, Aquatic Noxious Weed Specialist, King County Noxious Weed Program: ben.peterson@kingcounty.gov; 206-477-4724 (desk); 206-477-9333 (program line)

Aquatic Weed Control Links compiled by Ben Peterson

Noxious Weeds

Best Management Practices (BMPs):

Noxious Weed Regulatory Guidelines

BMPs by plant type

Lake Stewardship Program

Washington State Lake Protection Association (WALPA):

WALPA Waterline Newsletter: http://www.walpa.org/waterline/

Non-native submersed aquatic plants to watch for in Washington  

Hybrid milfoil comes to Washington State

Lake residents team up to tackle weed problems  

 

 

 

Last updated: Fri, 07/07/2017 - 10:40am