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Environmental Assessment for Lewis Road Relocation and Reconstruction, Yakima County, Washington

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Flooding on the Naches River typically occurs during the winter and spring. Historically, winter floods have been larger in magnitude, such as the December 1933 and February 1996 events. Lewis Road has been inundated by the Naches River on an almost annual basis, with more significant damage at approximate 5-year and higher events. The County identified the need to reduce the repetitive damages sustained to Lewis Road, while improving ingress and egress to the properties that use it. From this need the County identified the Proposed Action as a high priority in the Naches River Comprehensive Flood Hazard Management Plan and the Yakima County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan.
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