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Aurora Avenue North Improvements: Determination of Nonsignificance

Aurora Avenue North Project Update: City of Seattle Incorporates Innovative, Environmentally Sustainable Drainage System into Aurora Avenue North Project Design Plans - June 6, 2008

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has determined that the Revised Aurora Avenue North Project will not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. As a result, SDOT issued a Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) on Thursday, February 14, 2008. This decision was made after review of the project's potential impacts on water quality, air quality, cultural resources, endangered species, hazardous materials, noise, socioeconomic conditions, traffic and others. Some of these impacts are discussed in individual discipline reports and summarized in the environmental checklist. The reports, checklist, and DNS may be examined through the links below.

Please note: the public comment period and appeal period has expired.

Please see the DNS for more information on providing comments and submitting appeals.

Aurora SEPA Checklist For Revised Aurora Project
SEPA DNS For Revised Aurora Project

Air Quality Report Aurora Project
Cultural Resources Report Aurora Project
Endangered Species Act No Effect Letter Aurora Project
Haz Mat Report Aurora Project
Noise Report Aurora Project
Social Economics & EJ Report Aurora Project
Transportation Analysis Tech Memo For Revised Aurora Project

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