03/24/2015

03/24/2015
BOARD OF MASON COUNTY
March
PROCEEDINGS
2015
1.
Call to Order -The Chairperson called the regular meeting to order at 6:03 p.m.
2.
Pledge of Allegiance - Miss Jorja Adkins led the flag salute.
3.
Roll Call - Present: Commissioner District 1 - Randy Neatherlin; Commissioner District 2 - Tim
Sheldon; Commissioner District 3 - Terri Jeffreys.
4.
Correspondence and Organizational Business
4.1 Correspondence
4.1.1 Monica Harle and Evan Bauder submitted applications for the Hood Canal Coordinating
Council.
4.1.2 Liquor Control Board sent a liquor license application for D. Barry Companies and special
occasion application for North Mason Rotary Club and a list of businesses with liquor
licenses due to expire in 90 days.
4.1.3 Robert Pastore sent a letter with his opinions and concerns.
5.
Open Forum for Citizen Input - There was no citizen input.
5.1 Tim Hart from Bellingham, Washington is representing Boss Construction. He is the general
contractor that did the Belfair project. He mentioned that they also did the Rustlewood
contract. He said at a certain point the dynamics of the project changed and mentioned that
there were 94 change orders on their job, which is more than they have ever had. He said
there were design problems with the project. He said the engineer did a terrible job on this
and did Mason County a disservice. They have gone through dispute process. He is not
here to negotiate and said they won't negotiate. He stated that the decision made by the
Dispute Review Board (DRB) is what they are sticking with. He hopes to get back to a good
relationship with Mason County. He made sure the Board had a handout with the DRB
recommendations.
Cmmr. Sheldon said they cannot comment at this time.
5.2 Gregory Adamski stated that he assumes the Board supervises the Sheriff's department in
some way.
Cmmr. Sheldon made it clear the Board doesn't control or supervise the Sheriff and stated
that the Sheriff is an elected official.
Cmmr. Neatherlin agreed that the Board doesn't supervise the Sheriff's office, but he can still
voice his concerns at this public meeting.
Mr. Adamski said that the Sheriff refuses to get back with him regarding his concerns. He
alleges that the Department of Justice did do an investigation on the Sheriff's office. He
claims that the County is not being served fairly by the Sheriffs office.
Cmmr. Neatherlin reiterated that the Board does not supervise the Sheriff's office but would
like to point out the Commission is available to speak with.
Cmmr. Jeffreys thanked Mr. Adamski.
6.
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7.
Approval of Minutes
meeting minutes.
PROCEEDINGS
Approval of the March 2, 2015 briefing minutes and March
Cmmr. Sheldon/Jeffreys moved and seconded to,,,,..,.. ,..,..,.,.
minutes and March 17, 2015 regular meeting minutes.
aye; S-aye; J-aye.
8.
carried
2015 regular
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Approval of Action Agenda:
8.1 Approval of the Veterans Assistance Fund applications for food $450.00, Utilities $886.51 for a
total of $1336.51 as recommended by the Veterans Service Office.
8.2 Approv-al for Public 'llorks to award the 2015 Paint Linc Contract to the second low bidder,
Stripe Rite, Inc., out of Sumner, VVA in the amount of $299,611.91
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Approval of VVarrants
Claims Clearing Fund
Warrant #s 8020524-8020812 $2,360,463.86
Claims Clearing Fund YTD total $9,100,415.50
8.4 Approval for the Board to voice no objections to a special occasion license for North Mason Grad
night 2015 for their Bunco event to be held at the Theler Center in Belfair on Saturday March
28, 2015.
Cmmr. Jeffreys/Sheldon moved and seconded to approve action items 8.1
8.4
with the exception of item 8.2 which has been stricken. Motion carried unanimously. Naye; S-aye; J-aye.
9.
6:30 p.m. Public Hearings and Items Set for a Certain Time 9.1 Public Hearing to consider adoption of the revised Mason County Comprehensive Plan Chapter VI
(Capital Facilities) in accordance with RCW 36.?0A.70.
Barbara Adkins presented the annual updates in compliance with the GMA. She explained her staff
report. She passed out the Sheriffs changes to the audience. She explained the amendments,
changes and updates. A brief description of the recommended changes arc as follows: Pg. 7 CF-503
amendment; Page 9 CFl 104 was removed; Pg 10 updated waste water information to make it more
accurate; Pg 12 Language removed; Pg 23 solid waste utility information updated; Pg 29 Shorccrcst
boat launch language updated; Pg 62 County and Administration buildings language updated; Pg. 85
facility needs section has been updated by Facilities; Pgs 85-90 stormwatcr information has been
updated. Ms. Adkins also stated that the Planning Commission has requested a few additional
updates and there arc changes submitted from the Sheriff's office. She added that there has been a
suggestion to possibly bring back the stormwatcr task force.
Public Testimony:
Constance Ibsen spoke about the Hood Canal Improvements to allow public access to Hood Canal via
street end parks. She said the cost may be approximately $8000.00 from the Parks & Trails Capital
Facilities budget. Ms. Ibsen stated that there arc some others that have offered to assist with
funding and manpower.
Cmmr. Sheldon asked if the land owners have had a problem with this idea in the past and said he is
wondering if there have been any conversations about this with any of the current property owners.
Ms. Ibsen said she has not talked to any of them.
Melissa McFadden stated
she & Loretta Swanson have been working with John Keates and the
Manager on this idea. She
hadn't heard
about a financial rrinrinrm<> 1-,iShe said she believes
out.
she wants to
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have everything worked out and make sure the community is comfortable with everything. She
added that they are working on it and that each street has its own challenges but they are trying to
work things out and move forward.
The Board decided to add this to the Capital facilities Plan and refer to it as "Street Ends".
Cmmr. Jeffreys/Sheldon moved and seconded to approve action item 9.1
Comprehensive Plan with amendments to Parks & Facilities to include a new "'"'""""'''""ii"
called "Union street end park at Orre Nobles" for Union water and street access for a
total of $8000 with funding to be paid
grants . Motion carried
S-
aye; J-aye.
Cmmr. Jeffreys/Sheldon moved and seconded to iru:::orporate the Sheriff's edits as
presented into
Sheriffs Capital Facility Plan. Motion carried
N-aye; Saye; J-aye.
Cmmr.
moved and seconded to approve the 2015-202.0 Mason
Comprehensive Plan Chapter VI (Capital facilities) as amended in accordance
36.70A.70. Motion carried unanimously
S-aye;
Ordinance 11-15
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10. Other Business (Department Heads and Elected Officials) 10.1 John Keates thanked Chief Haugen and the Mason County Sheriff's office. He stated the litter
crew helped clean up some property acquired by Mason County and everyone is thankful.
11. Board's Reports and Calendar - The Commissioners reported on meetings attended the past week
and announced their upcoming weekly meetings.
12. Adjournment - The meeting adjourned at 7:01 p.m.
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PROCEEDINGS
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
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Randt Neatherlin, Chair
ATTEST:
Tim Sheldon, Commissioner
Exhibit A
amending the Capital Facilities element (Chapter VI) of the Mason
County Comprehensive Plan under the authority of RCW 36.70A.70.
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the Washington State Growth Management Act (RCW 36.70A.130) requires
each county, including Mason County, to take legislative action to review and revise
comprehensive plan and development regulations to ensure that the plan and
regulations continue to comply with the requirements of the Acti and
the on December 151 2014 the Mason County Planning Advisory
Commission held a public hearing to consider the proposed changes to the Capital
and passed a motion to recommend
Facilities element of the Comprehensive
approval of said changes.
NOW
IT
THE Mason County Board of
Commissioners hereby approves and ADOPTS revisions to Chapter VI (Capital Facilities
element) of the Mason County Comprehensive Plan as described by ATTACHMENT A.
DATED this
day of March 2015.
Board of Commissioners
Mason County, Washington
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BOARD OF COUNTY COMM!SS!ONERS
MASON COUNTY1 WASHINGTON
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APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Tim Sheldon 1 Commissioner
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Deputy Prnsecuti;gAttorney
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ATTACHMENT A
·Mason County Comprehensive Plan
August, 1998 - (updated March 2015)
Capital Facilities
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1. INTRODUCTION
PURPOSE
The Capital Facilities Chapter contains the capital facilities element, one of the six elements
required for Mason County's Comprehensive Plan under the Growth Management Act (GMA)
(36.70A.070 RCW). This element provides an inventory of existing conditions and publicly owned
facilities by quantifying capital facilities currently prnvided by Mason County or by other
jurisdictions operating in the County.
The chapter also contains goals and policies for the capital facilities operated by Mason County,
except for transportation facilities, which are discussed in the Transportation Chapter. The capacity
of the County's facilities and the level of service they provide is discussed and compared with the
County's desired levels of service. The "level of service" is an objective measure of how well services
are provided to the public. Deficiencies and improvement needs are identified, improvement costs
are estimated, projects are scheduled for six and 20-year planning horizons, and a six-year finance
plan and possible financing options are discussed.
Besides the City of Shelton, there are other public organizations and special districts that have
capital facilities and taxing authority which exist in the county. These include the school districts,
hospital districts, port districts, cemetery district, Public Utility Districts, regional library system,
water districts, and fire districts. These districts have their own governing body and capital facilities
planning. The County coordinated the comprehensive plan with these bodies, through meetings,
correspondence, and by providing draft of the comprehensive plan to these districts for comment.
A list of these districts is provided as follows:
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Mason County Hospital District #i
Mason County Hospital District #2
Port of Allyn
Port of Dewatto
Port of Grapeview
Port of Hoodsport
Port of Shelton
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Southside School District #42
Grapeview School District #54
Elma School District #68/137
Shelton School District #309
Mary M Knight School District #311
Pioneer School District #402
North Mason School District #403
Hood Canal School District #404
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Protection
Protection
Protection
Protection
Protection
Protection
Protection
Protection
Protection
Protection
Protection
Protection
Protection
Protection
District #s
District #6
District #8
District #9
District #n
District #n
District #i3
District #i6
District #i7
District #18
Cemetery District #i
Be!fair Water District #i
Public Utility District #i
Public Utility District #3
Hartstene Pointe Water-Sewer District
Maggie Lake Water District
Tahuya River Valley Water District
Trails End Water District
District #i
District #2
District #3
District #4
ORGANIZATION AND CONTENTS
The following section of this chapter includes a list of goals and policies that provides the direction
for future capital facility decisions for Mason County. Subsequent sections, 3 through 91 profile and
analyze seven types of capital facilities in the County, as follows:
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Water and Wastewater Utilities
Solid Waste Utility
Parks and Recreation Facilities
County Administration Buildings
Police and Criminal Justice Facilities
Stormwater Management Facilities
Public Works Facilities
Sections 3 through g each include a brief description of the existing systems and public entities that
provide the facilities. An assessment offuture facility needs is also developed for each category of
facility. Section 10 discusses financing for county owned and operated facilities for the six-year
financial planning period 2015-2020.
FACILITY NEEDS
A number of methods can be used to determine Mason County's capital facility needs over the next
six and 20-year GMA planning periods. As not all capital facilities require the same level of analysis
to determine needed improvements, different analytical techniques can be employed to identify
facility needs as long as they accomplish the goal of determining future need for the capital
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facilities. While the state Growth Management Act requires that level of service (LOS) standards be
established to identify transportation improvements, the need for other capital facilities can be
assessed using either LOS or planning level assumptions (WAC 365-196-320).
The advantage of using LOS standards is the ability to quantify deficiencies and identify
improvement needs. The LOS can also be used as a performance standard for concurrency by
comparing the service level being provided by a capital facility against the quantitative LOS
standard. The service is considered deficient if it does not meet the service level standard that the
County has determined it wants to deliver to its residents and users. The LOS approach makes the
most sense where there are easily quantifiable facilities or where the state has defined the
standards, such as for sewer and water facilities.
The less rigorous planning assumptions approach also has advantages. The capital facilities
planning assumptions are not quantitative rneasures of facility need. Instead, they identify facility
improvements based upon the need to serve growth and development anticipated in the land use
element. This approach works best where identification of quantitative measures would be
difficult, where there are no statewide standards, or where the necessary information or data to
apply quantitative measures would be difficult or too time-consuming to obtain. Facilities such as
parks and recreation and stormwaterfadlities might best be handled with this approach.
FINANCING
Facility needs are identified, and a six-year finance plan is developed, in Section 10 for the following
County-owned-and-operated facilities.
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Sewer
Water
Parks and recreation
Stormwater
This Section also includes the results of facility planning efforts completed by the County for
County administrative buildings, police and criminal justice facilities, and solid waste facilities.
Financing needs and options are included for these facilities as well. The Section includes by
reference the capital facilities plans for Grapeview, Hood Canal, North Mason, Pioneer, and Shelton
School Districts, to facilitate orderly growth and coordination in the provision of future capital
facility needs.
CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT
One of the Growth Management Act goals, referred to as "concurrency/ is the provision of
infrastructure facilities and services to serve projected growth at the time such growth occurs, or
within a reasonable time afterwards. This starts with identifying specific facility needs using the
strategies previously discussed. Another important aspect of concurrency is the ability to monitor
the development of infrastructure improvements to assess whether they keep pace with approved
development.
Concurrency management, as it is called, involves a set of land use and permit approval processes
designed to ensure facilities and services keep pace with growth. In some cases, development
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codes could be enacted to require that specific LOS standards be promulgated through the
development of identified improvements.
In other cases, restrictions to growth may be imposed until appropriate service standards for capital
facilities are achieved. Land use applications for certain development proposals, in areas targeted
for future growth, could have their approvals withheld pending concomitant development of
appropriate urban service level facilities (e.g., sewer facilities). The municipality would be
responsible for managing the concurrent development of these urban services. Requiring individual
developers to fund and implement needed improvements is one possible funding method among a
variety of other scenarios (e.g., grants, loans, and state, federal, and private sources). Under this
arrangement, the final tenant (e.g.1 homebuyer or building purchaser) would ultimately pay for the
new facilities through a higher initial purchase price or through a periodic assessment. Mason
County's policies for concurrency management are contained in the following section.
2.
GOALS AND POLICIES
Mason County's Capital Facilities Element is guided by goals and policies for the preferred service
philosophy of the County. Goals and policies are required as part of the Capital Facilities Element
(RCW 36.70A) of the overall GMA Comprehensive Plan.
DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
Mason County evaluated its existing facilities, its future needs, its costs1 and the types and levels of
services which it should require or provide in the county. The goals and policies listed herein are the
result of this process. Policies listed under General Capital Facilities apply to all facilities addressed
in the Capital Facilities Chapter. Facility-specific policies apply only to those facilities.
GENERAL CAPITAL FACILITIES POLICIES
Land Use
Manage land use change and develop County facilities and services in a manner that directs and
controls land use patterns and intensities.
CF-101
Establish urban services that shall require concurrency under the GMA.
CF-102
Ensure that future development bears a fair share of capital improvement costs
necessitated by the development. The County shall reserve the right to collect
mitigation impact fees from new development in order to achieve and maintain
adopted level of service standards.
CF-103
Extend facilities and services in a manner consistent with the following County-wide
policies previously adopted in 2005 (see Section ll-3).
CF-104
County facilities shall be provided at urban or rural levels of service, as defined in the
Capital Facilities Element of the Comprehensive Plan.
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CF-105
Develop capital facilities within established urban growth areas (UGAs) to conform to
urban development standards.
CF-106
Develop capital facilities within UGAs that is coordinated and phased through interjurisdictional agreements.
Coordinate and support other capital facility plans from special purpose districts, cities
and towns, and other non-county facility providers that are consistent with this and
other chapters of the Comprehensive Plan.
CF-108
As the capital facilities plan is amended to reflect a changing financial situation or
changing priorities, the land use chapter shall be reassessed on at least a biennial basis
to assure internal consistency of the land use chapter with the capital facilities chapter
and its six.-yearfinancial plan.
Concurrency
Establish standards for levels of service for County public facilities, and ensure that necessary
facilities are available at the time new development impacts existing systems.
CF-201
After adoption of this Comprehensive Plan and subsequent development regulations,
level of service standards for each type of public facility shall apply to development
permits issued by Mason County.
CF-202
Adopt level of service standards and concurrency requirements recommended in this
plan for wastewater/sanitary systems, water supply systems, transportation facilities,
and storm water management facilities.
CF-203
Public facilities needed to support development shall be available concurrent with the
impacts of development or within a reasonable time thereafter. The County shall
establish development regulations that will establish procedures and requirements to
assure that the concurrency requirements are met.
CF-204
New development, which has potential storm water impacts 1 shall provide evidence of
adequate storm water management for the intended use of the site. This policy shall
apply in all areas of the County.
CF-205
Building permits for any building necessitating domestic water systems shall provide
evidence of an adequate water supply for the intended use of the building. Proposed
subdivisions and short plats shall not be approved unless the County makes written
findings that adequate provision for potable water are available for each development
site. This policy shall apply in all areas of the County.
CF-206
Building permits for any building necessitating wastewater treatment shall provide
evidence of an adequate sanitary sewer system for the intended use of the building.
This policy shall apply in all areas of the County.
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Finance
Develop a six-year finance plan for capital facilities that meets the recommendations of the
comprehensive plan, achieves the County's levels of service, and is financially attainable.
CF-301
Adopt a six-year capital improvement program that identifies projects, outlines a
schedule, and designates realistic funding sources for all County capital facility projects.
For all capital facility projects, evaluate alternatives to programs, purpose, and service
as a method to reduce capital facilities and associated operating costs.
Develop a public process that informs, notifies, and allows participation on all capital
facility proposals.
Essentiai Pubiic Facilities
Facilitate the siting of essential public facilities 1 sponsored by public or private entities within
unincorporated areas when appropriate.
Identify and allow for the siting of essential public facilities according to procedures
established in this plan. Essential public facilities shall include group homes, state and
local correctional facilities, substance abuse facilities, and mental health facilities.
Work cooperatively with the City of Shelton and neighboring counties in the siting of
public facilities of regional importance. Work cooperatively with state agencies to
ensure that the essential public facilities meet existing state laws and regulations that
have specific siting and permitting requirements.
Review proposed development regulations to ensure they allow for the siting of
essential public facilities consistent with the goals, policies and procedures established
in this plan.
FACILITY-SPECIFIC POLICIES
Wastewater/Sanitary Sewer
Assure that wastewater facilities necessary to carry out comprehensive plan are available .when
needed, and finance these facilities in an economic, efficient, and equitable manner.
CF-501
Maintain a safe, efficient and cost-effective sewage collection and treatment system.
CF-502
All new development within designated urban growth areas and rural activity centers
shall connect to existing or planned sewer systems. In developing areas where a
Department of Ecology Facility Plan has been approved the use of on-site sewage
disposal should be discouraged until the public sewer system is available. Public sewer
systems include those owned and operated by any legally recognized municipal
organization as a public utility.
1RON36.70A.200(1) The comprehensive plan of each county and city that is planning under RCW 36.70A.040 shall include a process for
identifying and siting essential publicfacilities. Essential public facilities include those facilities that are typically difficult to site, such as
airports, [marinas, railroad systems], state education facilities and state or regional transportation facilities as defined in RCW ij7.06.140,
state and local correctional facilities, solid waste handling facilities, and in-patient facilities including substance abuse facilities, mental
health facilities, group homes, and secure community transition facilities as defined in RCW 71.09.020.
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Allow existing single-family homes and businesses in the Urban Growth Areas with
septic systems to continue using septic systems until such time as public sewers are
available. Replace deficient septic systems in a timely fashion and require conversion
when public sewers are available.
Provide a septic system management and education program to protect groundwater
quality and promote the proper care and use of septic systems.
CF-505
Eliminate any unlicensed point or non-point pollution sources associated with sewage
transport and disposal.
CF-506
Monitor infiltration and inflow (l&I) in major public systems through routine inspection.
Conduct improvements to iimit and reduce current l&I.
Encourage innovative approaches to manage wastewater treatment.
Water Supply
Assure that water facilities necessary to carry out the comprehensive plan are available when
needed, and finance those facilities in an economic, efficient and equitable manner.
CF-601
Ensure that the supply and distribution of water in public systems is consistent with the
Mason County Comprehensive Plan.
CF-602
Ensure that future water system expansions and service extensions are provided in a
manner consistent with the Land Use Element of the Comprehensive Plan. Where
possible, those uses designated by the Land Use Element to require fire flow should be
serviced by a Class A water system.
Plan for and create ways to use Class A reclaimed water for beneficial use to replace
withdrawals from the community's aquifers.
Parks and Recreation
Achieve level of service targets for park land and facilities that support County objectives and
priorities.
CF-701
Identify and preserve significant geographic, historic and environmental features and
other characteristics that reflect Mason County's natural and cultural heritage.
CF-702
Increase park development within urban areas and develop a comprehensive system of
multi-purpose trails throughout the County
Develop and adopt a realistic long-range schedule for park management, maintenance,
and operation. Adopt a workable County capital improvement program (CIP) every six
years, to be amended as needed.
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CF-704
Capital Facilities
Update current 2006 Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Comprehensive Plan in 2012
to project future demands and needs; define acquisition, leases, and development
opportunities; draft financial implementation programs; and be eligible for state and
federal grants.
Administrative Services
Develop and implement a long-range program of expansion and improvement to accommodate
the County's projected administrative staffing requirements.
CF-801
Annually review the long-range facilities plan for buildings and space improvements to
efficiently provide work space for projected staffing levels.
Police and Criminal Justice
Develop and implement a coordinated facility program among the departments and agencies that
provide the County's police and criminal justice services.
Complete a strategic long-range plan forthe effective and coordinated operation and
management of all County police and criminal justice functions, including a full analysis
of ail space and facility needs required to support the plan.
CF-902
Explore alternative funding sources for law and justice facilities and operations,
including contracts for service with other agencies and joint use of facilities.
Stormwater Management
Create a facilities strategy that preserves and supplements necessary natural drainage processes
and other natural systems to minimize runoff impacts from development.
CF-1001
Investigate needs and means for implementing and maintaining a safe and costeffective storm and stormwater collection system in identified problem areas.
CF-1002
Protect surface and ground water quality through state and local controls and public
education on water quality issues.
CF-1003
Design stormwater systems to meet the approval standards prescribed in the Mason
County Stormwater Management Ordinance.
CF-1004
Protect physical and biological integrity of wetlands, streams, wildlife habitat, and
other identified critical areas.
CF-:1.005
Maintain water quality within all Shoreline Management Act waterfront areas through
careful design, operation, construction, and placement of public facilities.
CF-1006
Carefully control development in areas with steep slopes where surface water runoff
can create unstable conditions. Maintain natural vegetation for slope stabilization.
Public facility development shall minimize impacts to shorelines, preserving the natural
stream environments where possible.
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CF-1008
Comply with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and state
regulations.
CF-1009
Under no circumstances should hazardous waste be allowed to contaminate the
groundwater, surface water, or sewer systems of Mason County. Dispose of hazardous
wastes only in locations designated for that purpose.
Solid Waste
Ensure that garbage collection and recycling needs of the County are met in an efficient and costeffective manner.
CF-1101
Manage a cost-effective and responsive solid waste collection system.
CF-1102
Manage solid waste collection methods to minimize litter, neighborhood disruption,
and degradation of the environment.
Promote the recycling of solid waste materials through waste reduction and source
separation. Develop educational materials on recycling and other waste reduction
methods.
3. WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES
INTRODUCTION
The County owns and operates two public water systems, Rustlewood and the Beards Cove system.
These systems serve an average of 750 residential connections. The County also owns and operates
three sanitary sewer collection and treatment facilities, North Bay /Case Inlet Water Reclamation
Facility, Rustlewood and the Belfair Water Reclamation Facility. North Bay/ Case inlet Water
Reclamation Facility provides wastewater treatment to protect Case Inlet from sewage
contamination. The Rustlewood facility protects the water of Pickering Passage and the Belfair
Water Reclamation Facility protects the water quality in Hood Canal. The three systems are
designed to provide service to approximately 31 000 total customers. The Belfair and Case Inlet
Facilities serve the present and future populations in both urban growth areas. Both the Belfair
Water Reclamation project and the Case/Inlet use advanced water treatment science to produce
Class A reclaimed water Future sewer extensions forthe Belfair area will occur in phases. Belfair
Build out is predicted by 2025.
The following "Water" and "Wastewater" sections provide project-level detail on the planned
improvements necessary to meet state regulatory guidelines in the provision of water and
wastewater services for these systems. Each project in each section is accompanied by a separate
project sheet, which provides a description, and justification 1 along with a table depicting the
estimated costs and funding sources for planning period 2015 though 2020. A summary table that
provides overall costs and funding sources for each water and sewer system follows each section.
Financing the planned utility improvements requires the use of grants, loans, utility fees, system
development charges, developer contributions, and capital reserves. The specific combination of
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funds, and the availability of grants and loans, will affect user rates for each system as well as the
timing on projects. The ability to initiate specific projects will be assessed annually based on the
urgency of need, reserve funds available, and commitments from funding agencies to provide
grants and/or loans. The decision about whether or not to proceed with any planned project is the
decision of the Mason County Board of Commissioners for consideration in the annual budgeting
and rate-setting process. To the extent possible, projects will be funded through:
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Rate revenues (capital reserves)
Grants
Low interest loans
developer contributions
County issued revenue bonds
Project costs shown in each section range in accuracy from+ or- 40% to+ or -15%. Each project
cost sheet identifies the accuracy of the estimated costs shown based on the following scale:
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"Planning Level" - The least accurate of costs estimates, in the range of+ or- 40%. Cost
estimates at this level are usually based on a project concept and some assessment of relative
scale 1 or annual program amounts commensurate with a level of activity sufficient to
accomplish the intent of the program overtime.
"Design Report" - Moderate accuracy, in the range of+ or- 30%. Based on design report
evaluation of options and an assessment of project elements and associated costs.
"Engineer's Estimate" - Most accurate estimate, in the range of+ or-15%. These estimates are
based on a project design or significant completion of design work.
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2015-2020 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN WORKSHEET
UTILITIES & WASTE MANAGEMENT
Inlet Sewer System
Project Name:
Minor Facility and System Improvements Program
Estimates:
Planning Level
Description: Annual improvements program for system facilities 1 buildings, and grounds.
Projects may include small piping improvements, pump stations, lighting, exterior painting,
and other general improvements.
Justification: The treatment plant and system construction provided basic functionality,
however the facilities and system need improvements from time to time to correct deficiencies
and improve operational capabilities. Plant operations and system maintenance staff are not
equipped to address these types of improveiTrents in addition to the plant operations. It is also
anticipated that some of this work can be completed professionally and more expediently
through contracts with specialty firms and contractors.
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Sewer
Project Name:
Installation of Permit Required Monitoring Wells
Planning
Description: This project will install 4 small bore monitoring wells to allow groundwater depth
measurement and water sampling. The sites required by Department of Ecology have been
~dentified
as vvel! as the required depths.
Justification: Required by the Department of Ecology's Operating Permit.
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Sewer
Project Name:
Treatment
Estimates:
Planning Level
Capacity Upgrades
Description: Analyze the options for providing additional treatment plant capacity and
provide engineering to design the improvements for construction in subsequent years.
Justification: The existing plant may be reaching design capacity for treatment in 2018. This
will require Mason County to revisit the original sewer facility plan and address how we will
maintain sufficient capacity for the twenty-year period beyond 2018. This project outlines the
need forfunding to conduct the analysis and design the next increment of capacity for the
plant. For planning purposes it is assumed that as the treatment pi ant reaches its twenty year
life cycle improvements not only to capacity will be needed but capital replacement will need
funding as well. In the event development escalates beyond the current rate this project may
need to be advanced.
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Project Name:
Basin Analysis and Developer Review Services
Estimates:
Engineers Estimate
Description: Engineering services to assist staff in planning for future development and
developer review.
Justification: The Allyn UGA will develop and grow. Currently there are many large lots that
will be divided and platted. There are also many small lots that will be combined and
developed. In addition many of the rights of way and easements have been vacated and are
now private property. This ongoing analysis will assist county staff with the identification of
sewer system expansion needs at the treatment plant, within the UGA, and with review of
developer submittals as this growth occurs.
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Beards Cove Water
Project Name:
Beards Cove Distribution System improvements
Estimates:
Planning Level
Description: Installation of a booster pump to improve water pressure to residences near the
water storage tank and provide additional fire flow to the entire community and install service
meters.
Justification: Currently only the top 16.7 feet or 120,000 gallons of the 60' 400,000 gallon
Storage tank can be considered for usable storage. The total requirement forth is system
identified in the 2002 water system plan is 250,050 gallons. Technically the system is 150,000
gallons deficient on usable storage. In addition approximately $500,000 is needed to complete
a service meter installation by 2017. The system has been preparing for this for some time. As a
result a significant number of meter sets have been installed however state law requires that
any funding application for a water system project that does not have service meters must
include service meters as part of said project. Therefore Mason County is required to include
service meters and the two projects have been combined as a result.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
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Project Name:
Rustlewood Water System Improvements and Meter Installations
Estimates:
Planning
Description: Installation of Water Service meters on all new and existing water service
connections
Justification: The Water Use Efficiency Rule requires all water systems install service meters
by January 2017. The community will benefit from meters by providing leakage data and allow
billing based on usage. The system improvements are needed to replace aging equipment in
the well house and upgrade the control system that is well beyond the expected life cycle. This
is a financially challenged community that needs grant assistance to complete this project
while keeping rates affordable. To qualify forfunding the Rustlewood Water System will need
to complete a Small Water System Plan in 2015.
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Rustlewood Sewer
411-
Project Name:
Rustlewood Sewer System Infiltration and Inflow Reduction
Estimates:
Planning
Description: Infiltration and Inflow (l&I) Reduction
fostification: The Wastewater Collection System continues to show the effects of its age by
allowing ground water to leak into the system causing high flows into the treatment plant
during period of groundwater saturation. This project is designed to reduce those flows to
manageable levels. The activities could include the repair and replacement of side sewer,
manhole and pipeline grouting, and installation of pipe linings. Mason County needs to
continue to monitor and repair observed leakage into the system and correct identified inflow
conditions as they arise.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
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405 - Capital Development
Name:
Estimates:
Belfair Sewer Development
Engineering
Description: Design and Develop documents required for constructing the Be/fair Sewer
Collection and Reclamation Facilities and provide construction Management Services.
Justification: In 2012 the county completed the first phase of the Belfair sewer system. The
next phase of the system must be completed by 2017 in accordance with a Growth
Management Hearings Board ruling. However, given the past "Great Recession" it should be
argued that the development of the next phase of the collection system should be delayed.
Meanwhile, the Be/fair Sewer Advisory Committee is preparing recommendations to the Board
of County Commissioners for consideration.
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Fund:
405 Capital
Project Name:
Hoodsport Sewer Design
Fund
Planning level
Description: Design the Hoods port Sewer System
Justification: This project may not be required. It is anticipated that the project and need may
be eliminated. However, until Public Works has direction from the Mason County Board of
County Commissioners, the project will remain in the Capital Facility Plan Documentation.
Originally1 this project was developed to address the low oxygen levels in Hood Canal which are
partiy attributed to the inabiiity of on site septic systems to reduce nitrogen. By conveying
wastewater to a technologically advanced sewage treatment facility that can significantly
reduce nitrogen, and apply the effluent upland, this project will reduce the human contribution
of nutrients to the waters of Hood Canal.
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Name:
Estimates:
Biosolids thickening facility
Engineers
Description: The purchase and installation of thickening equipment required to achieve a 20%
solids concentration
Justification: The current method of hauling and disposing of liquid biosolids with
concentrations of about 2% is not cost effective. In addition it is not suitable for composting
without significant de-watering. With the increasing generation of this material at the
treatment plant alternatives to the current process need to be implemented.
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4. SOLIDWASTEUT!UTY
Mason County1s solid waste utility provides transfer and disposal operations for solid waste at four
transfer station locations, including household recyclable materia Is. The largest transfer facility is
located outside Shelton on Eels Hill Road. Materials collected from the other smaller stations at
Hoodsport, Union, and Belfair, are transported to the Shelton facility, where garbage is processed
into containers that are trucked to Centralia, WA. From there, the material is long-hauled via
railroad to Roosevelt Landfill in Klickitat County, located in Eastern Washington.
Household hazardous wastes (HHW) are collected and disposed of by Mason County staff at the
Shelton transfer facility. Residents in North Mason County can take their HHW to the l<itsap
County transfer station. This arrangement is established through interlocal agreement and Mason
County pays approximately $60 per customer for collection and disposal of materials from
residents who take their materials to the Kitsap County facility.
The Shelton transfer facility is located at the former Mason County Landfill. The current utility
provides post-closure monitoring and capital construction in support of the closed landfill. The
Shelton facility receives wastes collected by private and municipal haulers operating inside Mason
County.
The Belfair and Shelton transfer facilities have capacity due to the "Great Recession" of 2008-2009,
which reduced the annual collected tonnage at the facilities. Growth in the Belfair area and
elsewhere in the County will continue to impact operations at these facilities and capacity
improvements may need to be addressed in the future.
The County will continue to review the feasibility of "privatization "of the solid waste operations the
County manages. The following pages provide details on specific projects proposed for the current
capital facilities planning period. Project estimates range in accuracy from+ or- 40% to+ or-15%.
Each project cost sheet identifies the accuracy of the estimated costs shown based on the following
scale:
•
•
..
"Planning Level" - The least accurate of costs estimates, in the range of+ or- 40%. Cost
estimates at this level are usually based on a project concept and some assessment of relative
scale, or annual program amounts commensurate with a level of activity sufficient to
accomplish the intent of the program overtime.
"Design Report" - Moderate accuracy, in the range of+ or- 30%. Based on design report
evaluation of options and an assessment of project elements and associated costs.
"Engineer's Estimate" - Most accurate estimate, in the range of+ or-15%. These estimates are
based on a project design or significant completion of the design work.
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Fund:
402-Solid Waste
Project Name:
Facility Improvements Belfair
Estimates:
Planning
Description: This facility serves the north end of the County by providing residential drop off of
garbage and recyclables five days a week. Growth in this part of the county had been
significant prior to 2008. The system currently has capacity due to the reduction in construction
.:is a result of the American "Great Recession" of 2008 and 2009. Improvements to the site will
be required to meet the handling demands and ensure safety over the next few years. These
could include road work, expansion of tipping areas and recycling and household hazardous
waste collection facilities as well as tollhouse improvements. A wholly new facility, with scale
and compaction equipment to service commercial vehicles may be necessary by the end of this
planning period.
Justification: If flow control should be necessary, then waste collected by the commercial
hauler would need to be directed to the Belfair site. In addition, a security issue exists at the
site with continued trespassing/vandalism of the property in order to gain access to scrap
metals stored on the site. Improvements are needed to assure adequate handling capacity and
safety of the users and employees.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
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402-Solid Waste
Project Name:
Shelton Transfer Station Site Improvements
Estimates:
Planning Level
Description: This facility is the central hub for all waste collected from other satellite transfer
stations, and the City and Mason County Garbage before being exported for disposal. It is sized
properly for current demand on the system at the adjusted, post 2009 level. A new site plan
needs to be developed and constructed that will likely include moving the tollhouse and scales,
adding additional lanes for traffic and truck turning and storage areas 1 new or modified tipping
building(s) and developing a more efficient area for diversion of recyclable materials as well as
installation of scale software, lights and reader systems.
Justification: Safety at this facility as well as efficient handling of waste streams is a concern.
It is signlficantly undersized for the volume of users. Equipment and tipping areas are a safety
hazard and ingress and egress is extremely inefficient. Modern waste handling procedures that
ultimately allow more cost efficient operations are needed. The County is ending a 20-year
landfill post-closure period and financial assurances set aside in reserve for any post-closure
activities may come available to help deferthe costs of the project. Operational changes can
also be optimized to reduce the overall cost impact.
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402-Solid Waste
Project Name:
Shelton Transfer Station Scale System Improvements
Estimates:
Design Report
Description: This facility is the central hub for all refuse and recycling collection and transfer
services. An engineer's design review identified the que line (wait time) as the largest problem
in facility efficiency. Scale software technology exists that would allow for a more efficient and
accurate weighing/charging procedure at the tollhouse. A scale/software system will be
installed that will provide computerized scale transactions. This includes hardware and
software for automating customer transactions. Also, an automated system for commercial
solid waste vehicles will allow "attendant-free transactions" greatly improving efficiency,
accuracy and reducing wait times for self-haul customers. Safety will also improve as
commercia I garbage trucks can be processed separately from sma lier vehicles.
Justification: This facility serves County self-haul residents, businesses and commercial
customers and safety on site as well as efficient handling of customer scale transactions is
needed. Technology to automate and more accurately process transactions at tollhouse weigh
stations has existed for over 15 years. Moving to a software-based system will also allow for
accepting debit and/or credit cards at the Shelton facility. Reducing the queue line wait was the
number one recommendation in an engineering site plan review document prepared several
years ago. The use of the facility has greatly increased and wait times can be upward of 45
minutes during busy times.
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Project Name:
Shelton Household Hazardous Waste Facility Improvements
Design Report
Description: This facility serves Mason County residents by providing free drop-off opportunity
of household generated hazardous wastes. It has outgrown its original design capacity and no
ionger meets certain handling regulations. The facility needs improved spill prevention
safeguards including an impervious surface for the unloading area. Lighting and ventilation
needs to be upgraded for current handling requirements. Some additional changes to storage
facilities and emergency containment/decontamination are also needed.
Justification: Due to National and State regulation changes, the facility no longer meets all
requirements for safe handling of household generated hazardous wastes and needs some
retrofits to come into full compliance with regulation mandates. Because these changes are
Federal and State mandated, grant funding may become available.
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Waste
Project Name:
Minor Facility Improvements Shelton, Hoodsport, Union
Estimates:
Planning
Description: An annual program to ensure continued operational effectiveness and increase
safe public use of Mason County's 4 transfer station facilities, preserving life expectancy of
existing assets and providing for safety of county workers. improvements will include road
grading, resurfacing and paving, building repairs and modifications such as roofing 1 tip floor
and walls, safety bollards, signs, chains, curbing, fencing, paint and tollhouse upgrades. Other
improvements will include modifications to storage and handling facilities such as grading for
additional tipping areas and expanded area for source-separated recycling collection to meet
the demands of the facility use.
Justification: Ongoing operation of the transfer stations requires an ongoing maintenance,
repair and improvement plan for existing fixed assets. This allows the County to meet facility
use demands, stay current with regulations, and provide for customer and employee safety.
Minor improvements are needed routinely because of the high wear and tear on these types of
facilities. In addition 1 changes in handling practices for improved safety and service may require
minor improvements to facilities and sites. Providing an ongoing annual maintenance and
improvement program is prudent as it can prolong and ensure maximum longevity of existing
assets.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
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5.
Capital Facilities
PARKS AND RECREATION FACILITIES
Recreational opportunities in Mason County include parks for day-use activities and overnight
tamping; fresh and salt water areas for boating and other water sportsi facilities and equipment for
sports and play activities; and wilderness areas and other open spaces for hiking, hunting, ORV use,
and horseback riding.
Existing parks and recreation facilities in Mason County are available through a variety of public and
private entities. Federal and state facilities include camping, boating, and day-use parks. The
County-owned park system includes day-use and water access facilities, sports fields, and related
recreational areas. Other agencies providing park and recreational resources include
municipalities, port districts, and public schools. Some private recreational facilities are open to the
public as well.
Mason County has adopted a Parks and Recreation Plan in November of 2006 1 which was updated
and adopted again in 20121 and a Mason County Regional Trails Plan in March of 2008. Both of
these plans are incorporated herein by reference.
COUNTY PARK FACILITIES
The County currently manages 22 park properties in Mason County two of which are undeveloped,
and four others have large portions that are also undeveloped. Of the developed parks, two are
large baseball/softball complexes, six provide saltwater access parks, three are located on
freshwater lakes, and three provide upland day use and recreation facilities (see FIGURE 5-1). In
addition to the day use facilities, the County also owns and maintains one above-ground skate park.
The conditions of these facilities vary by location; however, significant investment in facilities has
been made in the last six years from Real Estate Excise Tax proceeds (REET 2) and grant proceeds
from the Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO). Future investments made from the REET 2
fund will be dependent on actual tax proceeds and additional project funding (i.e. grants). The
capital plan for the next six years continues this trend of investment in park development and
facility upgrades. The heavy use and demand from both county and non-County residents are
particularly high during the spring, summer and fall.
Park visitation continues to either remain static or increase, depending on the park location. Mason
County does not charge a use fee (except at sports facilities) and this has led to the increase in park
use. MCRA Park is the highest used park with an average of about 140,000 visits per year and
Sandhill Park also receives significant attendance with about 90 1 000 visits per year. The boat
launches at Mason Lake and Latimers Landing are very popular with the boating public and are
highly used. Both Boat launches have had extensive renovation work over the past 6 years. The
remaining two boat launches at Union and Shorecrest are unimproved, but are still used by the
public extensively. Mason County also has a nice inventory of community parks with play
equipment, picnic facilities and other amenities1 examples include Walker Park, Truman Glick Park,
Union Park, Menards Landing, and Rends land Park. Mason County Recreation Area, the largest
baseball/softball complex has grown in use the last several years and is now recognized regionally
as a preferred site for major tournaments. In 2012 1 two new synthetic turf infields opened and this
has increased the interest in using the park for tournaments. The spike in fuel prices in 2008 and
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the global recession has also led to increased park use as people are staying closer to home to
recreate. Oakland Bay Historic Park and Sunset Bluff View Park were opened 2013. Both provide
passive recreation, trails, water access and other amenities.
There are no facilities for overnight camping throughout the Mason County Parks system. The last
county-wide park plan was developed in 1991 and subsequently updated in 2012. Camping options
will be examined in the long-term development plan being crafted for these and other park
properties with large portions ofundeveloped land. Mason County developed a new county-wide
parks plan in 2012 1 which includes analysis and recommendations to address recreation needs
within the county. Camping by special use permit has been approved for Truman Glick Park and
Foothills Park and Walker Park. As mentioned earlier the county parks plan was updated in 2012
and approved by the Board of County Commissioners.
Residents and non-residents have consistently rated trails and water access as the highest priorities
in public outreach that has been done by the County. The survey work in 2012 again revealed the
publics two highest priorities are access to water and trails.
An inventory of all Mason County parks including federal, state, private, and County-owned parks is
listed in TABLE 5-1. Also included are the number of acres and amenities available at each park
location.
INVENTORY OF PARKS
Name of Facility
Acres
TABLE 5-1.
Amenities Available
Washington State Parks
Belfair State Park
62.77
Harstine Island State
Park
Hoodsport Trails
Hope Island
80
106
Jarrells Cove
42.6
Lake Isabella
193.75
310
Camping: 134 tent sites, 47 utility sites, primitive sites, wheelchair
accessible trails, trailer dump facility.
Currently undeveloped. Future development plans include: day use
area; walking/hiking trails; 50 campsites.
Natural area with trails.
Undeveloped. Future development plans include: trails; picnic tables;
rest rooms; 6 to 8 campsites; group camping for 150 people.
Washington Water Trails site.
Camping: 20 tent sites; group site for max. 64 people, 2 picnic shelters,
facilities for handicapped, wheelchair accessible trails, marine pump
out station, 2 docks providing 500 ft of moorage, 14 mooring buoys.
Fee required.
Currently undeveloped. Future development plans include: full-service
park, camping, picnic area, lakefront beach, and restrooms. Plans will
be completed in the next 10 to 20 years.
Lilliwaup Tide Land
1.79
Tidelands for public use. No facilities. Small shoulder area for parking.
McMicken Island
11.45
Potlatch State Park
56.95
Currently undeveloped. Boater destination; clamming. Plans to
develop include: 5 to 8 camping sites, composting toilet.
Camping: 17 tent sites; 18 utility sites; primitive sites. Underwater park,
trailer dump facilities.
Camping: 47 tent sites, 6 utility sites, primitive sites, day use group
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Squaxin Island
Stretch Point
31.4
4.2
Twanoh State Park
182
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area, trailer dump facilities
Closed indefinitely.
Natural area. Day use only; 5 mooring buoys. No plans for future
development.
Camping: 30 tent sites, 9 utility sites, primitive sites, handicapped
facilities, and wheelchair accessible trails.
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Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife
Aldrich Lake
Benson Lake
Cady Lake
Clara Lake
Devereaux Lake
Haven Lake
Island Lake access
Isabella Lake
Lake Kokanee
Lake Limerick
Lost Lake
Lake Nahwatzel
Maggie Lake
Mason Lake
Panhandle Lake
Panther Lake
Phillips Lake
Pricket Lake
Skokomish River
Spencer Lake
Tahuya River
Tee Lake
Twin Lake
Union River
Victor access to North
Bay
Wildberry Lake
Wooten Lake
Total
.5
Unpaved boat launch, parking for 15 vehicles.
Boat launch, beach access, parking for 100 vehicles.
Unpaved boat launch, parking for 10 vehicles.
Unpaved boat launch, parking for 30 vehicles.
Boat launch, beach access, parking for 40 vehicles.
Unpaved boat launch, parking for 50 vehicles.
Freshwater boat launch, toilets.
Boat launch, parking for 20 vehicles.
Boat Launch, parking for 100 vehicles.
Boat launch, beach access, parking for 30 vehicles.
Boat launch, parking for 40 vehicles.
Boat launch, parking for 10 vehicles, toilets
Unpaved boat launch, parking for 15 vehicles.
Boat launch, parking for 30 vehicles.
Undeveloped.
Unpaved boat launch, parking for 30 vehicles.
Boat launch, beach access, parking for 40 vehicles.
Unpaved boat launch, parking for 30 vehicles.
30.6 feet of riverfront, shore access, parking for 20 vehicles.
Boat launch, beach access, parking for 50 vehicles.
4,400 feet of riverfront, parking for 10 vehicles.
Unpaved boat launch, parking for 20 vehicles.
Unpaved boat launch, parking for 15 vehicles.
8,098 feet of riverfront, parking for 10 vehicles.
Boat launch, pit toilets
10
1
Undeveloped.
Unpaved boat launch, parking for 60 vehicles.
0.5
78.8
1.6
9
1.3
4.1
1
1.6
44
0.5
1.3
2.0
0.4
20
3.8
1
0.5
64
2
2.9
3.6
3.6
61.8
320.8
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Aldrich Lake Camp
Camp Pond
Camp Spillman
Elfendahl Pass
Staging Area
Howell Lake
Kammenga Canyon
Mission Creek
"'24
11700 ft waterfront, hand boat launch, 4 picnic tables, 4 campsites,
toilets, drinking water, lake stocked with trout, parking for 16 vehicles.
:::10
800 ft waterfront, 6 campsites, 4 group sites, toilets, drinking water.
Day use only
5
11
picnic sites, self-contained RVs okay, toilets, drinking water
3 group sites, 10 campsites, hand boat launch, toilets, drinking water,
parking for 20 vehicles.
2 campsites, toilets
1
Parking fortrail access
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Trailhead
Robbins Lake
1.1
Tahuya River Horse
Camp
"12
Toonerville
Twin Lakes
5.7
Melbourne
Lilliwaup
Public Tidelands #24
Public Tidelands #33
Public Tidelands #34
Public Tidelands #43
Public Tidelands #44
a,b
Public Tidelands #46
Public Tidelands #47
Public Tidelands #48
Eagle Creek
Recreationa I
Tidelands
Rendsland Creek
Tidelands
Total
7
Capital Facilities
175 ft waterfront, hand boat launch, 3 picnic tables, toilets. Day use
only.
1 1 600 ft waterfront, 9 campsites, 2 group sites, toilets, drinking water,
20 horse corrals.
570 ft waterfront, 4 campsites, 2 picnic sites, toilets.
6 camp sites, 3 picnic sites, toilets 1 hand boat launch. Lake is stocked
with trout.
Lake setting, 11000 feet waterfront, 5 campsites, toilets.
Stream setting, 500 feet waterfront1 13 campsites, toilets, drinking
water.
Water access only.
Water access only.
Water access only.
Road access, clamming.
Road access, clamming, crab pot fishing.
Water access only, clamming, oysters, shrimp pot fishing.
Water access only1 clamming, oysters.
Water access only, clamming, oysters
Road access, clamming, crabbing.
Road access, clamming.
"65.8
United States Forest Service
Big Creek
Campground
Brown Creek
Campground
Hamma Hamma
Campground
Lena Creek
Campqround
Lower Lena Lake
Campqround
Upper Lena Lake
Campground
Total
6
78 camp sites, toilets.
5
Picnic area, 12 campsites.
6
Hike-in only, 40 camp sites, pit toilets ..
7
Hike-in only, 14 camp sites, pit toilets.
24
City of Shelton Parks and Recreation Department
Brewer Park
Callanan Park
0.3
6.9
City Park
Eleventh Street Site
Huff and Puff Trail
1.75
0.92
Bo
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3 picnic tables, curbside parking only.
Lighted softball field with spectator stands, 7 picnic tables, 2 swings, 1
slide, rest room, foot trails across 40-foot natural depression, parking
space for 30 vehicles plus additional parking along street.
Currently undeveloped.
Deep well location with the potential to be developed into a city park.
2 miles of jogging trail and 20 incorporated exercise stations, drinking
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Kneeland Park
3.9
Johnson Park
0.5
Loop Field
Oakland Bay
Overlook
Pine Street Boat
Launch
Total
4
1.03
60 feet
Capital Facilities
fountain and parking for 20 vehicles at trailhead.
2 slides, swings, 1 merry-go-round, horizontal bars, 1 dome climber, 1
large sand box, 1 small log playhouse, a few rocking saddle mates,
horseshoe pit, aging rest room and picnic shelter, deteriorated
clubhouse, 10 picnic tables, 2 tennis courts in need of resurfacing,
street parking for approximately 25 vehicles.
1merry-go-round,1 swing, single basketball backboard and
substandard concrete court, street parking for approximately 10
vehicles.
2 tennis courts, softball field, soccer field, jogging trail along the
perimeter, 1 picnic shelter, 5 picnic tables, rest room, parking for 100
vehicles.
Views of downtown Shelton, industrial waterfront, Oakland Bay, and
the Olympic Mountains, historic band saw display with large log
section and interpretive information, paved parking for 5 vehicles.
Development plans for the next 2 years include: picnic area, rest
rooms, kiosk, small shelter, additional parking.
Crude gravel boat launch and a deteriorating wooden boat repair grid.
99.3
Port of Dewatto
Port of Dewatto
Campground
1
Camping: 11 with hook-ups, 19 tent sites; 2 rest rooms; nature/hiking
trails; 23 picnic tables; two picnic shelters;, 1 kitchen; fishing. Future
plans to add more stoves and picnic tables, and to place gravel around
kitchen. Fee required.
Port of Shelton
Sanderson Field
1,170
Oakland Bay Marina
Total
Flying: 5,000 feet of runway, tie downs, skydiving; rifle club; model
aircraft society. Future plans to provide increased hangar availability.
Boat moorage.
1170
Port of Allyn
Waterfront Park in
Allyn
Kayak Park
North Shore Ramp
Belfair/North Shore
2
.3
1.2
400 feet waterfront, moorage, dock (for up to 15 boats), picnic,
gazebo, parking for 20 vehicles. Office building planned.
150 feet waterfront, small parking lot, picnic tables, portable toilet
facilities.
150 feet waterfront, boat launch with floating dock, beach access,
parking for 20 vehicles with trailers.
Port of Hoodsport
lngvald Gronvold
Waterfront Park
2
Dock, saltwater beach access, tidelands, 2 portable rest rooms.
5
Boat launch and parking area
Port of Grapeview
Fair Harbor Marina
Mason County
Latimer's Landing
overflow parking area
Foothills Park
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80
Primary use is to provide parking for neighboring Latimer's Landing1
parking for 20 vehicles.
1 field which serves as a multiuse field; basketball court; rest rooms;
children's play area; picnic tables; parking for 50 vehicles.
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August, 1998 - (updated March 2015)
Harvey Rendsland
Jiggs Lake
Latimer's Landing
(Water)
8
3.00
Mason County
Recreation Area
(MCRA Sport)
40
Mason Lake Park
(Water)
17-36
Phillips Lake County
Park (Picnic)
Sandhill Park (Sport)
0.4
Jacoby Park (Water)
2.8
30
Truman Glick
Memorial Park
(Picnic)
35.46
Union Community
Park (Picnic)
Union Boat Ramp
(Water)
Hunter Park
Skate Park
Walker Park (Water)
1.92
0.16
.5
.6
5.04
Oakland Bay County
Park
So
Sunset Bluff Park
36
Watson Wildwood
View
Menards Landing
Park
36
Harstine Island
6.9
8
Capital Facilities
Currently undeveloped; 1 905 feet waterfront. To include parking area
for five vehicles, picnic area and vault toilet.
Saltwater access boat launch for vessels no longer than 20 feet,
parking for 35 vehicles, portable toilet, boat dock; additional parking
available at neighboring Latimer's Landing overflow parking area.
Renovated in 2008.
7 baseball/softball fields which also serve as soccer and football fields;
children's play area, bleachers, maintenance shop, user's storage
facility, seasonal concession stand, 4 batting cagei parking for 100
vehicles. This facility serves as the headquarters for the Mason County
Parks Department. Fee required for scheduled field use.
Renovated in 2011. 1.36 acres currently in use; freshwater access/boat
launch for small watercraft, dock, play area, rest rooms, 4 picnic table;
parking for maximum of 50 vehicles. The County owns 12 unused
acres that can be used for expansion of the park (possible trails, picnic
area, and remote camping area).
Passive day use area, picnic area, located next to State of Washington
Boat Launch with vault type toilets.
7 baseball/softball fields, one multiuse field, bleachers; parking is
available forioo+ vehicles; concession-restroom building; 4 fields and
parking renovated in 2006; walking path around park.
1
320 feet waterfront, boat launch for vessels no longer than 16 feet,
saltwater beach access, 3 picnic tables.
Natural setting, creek, trails, picnic tables, covered group shelter,
barbecue pit, vault toilets, RV area, and children's play area. Future
improvements include: possible construction of group camping area
and interpretive signage alonq trails.
Picnic shelter, children's play area; small baseball diamond, basketball
court; rest rooms.
Boat ramp for access to Hood Canal, portable toilets, limited parking.
2 picnic tables, bus shelter
11 above
ground ramps in Shelton
Saltwater access to Hammersley Inlet, gravel beach, picnic tables,
barbecues, rest rooms, shelter, children's play area, interpretive center
providing marine information; parking for 15 vehicles.
Habitat preservation area and education center Opened in 2012,
includes interpretation areas, trails, picnic opportunities, parking, two
vault toilets and improved access road.
36 acres of undeveloped property with 1500 feet of waterfront on
Oakland Bay. Plans include beach access, trails, picnic area, water
access, small parking area and vault toilet.
Undeveloped
Recently transferred from the Port ofTahuya to County. Parks
provides beach access, picnic areas, gazebo, portable toilet, access to
DNR tidelands, small boat launch for kayaks and canoes; 7 acres
undeveloped
Undeveloped
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Decker Creek
Preserve
Coulter Creek Natural
Area
Total
Capital Facilities
500
Open Space/Natural area
55
Tidelands, natural area, passive recreation. Opened in 2012 and
includes parking for 6 vehicles, vault toilet, wildlife viewing, water
access improved entry path.
949.64
Mason County Public Schools
Playground.
Playground.
2 baseball backstops, 1 football field, bleachers, playground, track,
parking for 30 vehicles.
Belfair Elementary
Sandhill Elementary
Hood Canal
Elementary/Junior
High School
Oakland Bay Middle
School
Olympic Middle
School
Hawkins Middle
School
Pioneer Elementary
Grapeview
Elementary
Southside Elementary
Bordeaux
Evergreen
Elementary
Mountain View
Elementary
Shelton High School
Mary M. Knight
District
North Mason High
School
Theler Center
Shelton/South Mason
Soccer Park
Glen Ayr Canal Resort
Lake Nahwatzel
Resort
x
'
x
baseball backstops, covered play area,_J:-ilayg_round.
Playground
2
baseball backstop.
Football field, soccer field, playground, track.
Playground.
1
5 baseball backstops, football field, soccer field, playground.
6 tennis courts, 2 baseball backstops, football field, soccer field,
bleachers, 2 swimming pools, track, rest rooms.
2 baseball backstops, 1 football field, bleachers, playground.
2 baseball backstops, 2 tennis courts, football field, soccer field,
bleachers, playground, track.
Private Facilities Open to the Public
Wetlands interpretive trails
135
6 soccer fields, 1 under development
14
10
2
Adult-only RV park with hookupsi no tent camping, motel, 2 rest
rooms, 2 showers, laundry facility, saltwater boat launch, beach
access, tidelands, spa, fishing, clamming, oysters, dock.
Camping: 12 utility sites, 5 sites without hookups; 2 rest rooms, 2
showers, boat launch, freshwater beach access, nature/hiking trails, 8
picnic tables, restaurant, fishing, swimming, cabins.
Little Spencer RV
Park
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Capital Facilities
Minerva Beach RV
Resort and Mobile
Village
20
Camping: 23 sites without hookups, 50 sites with hookups; 5 rest
rooms, 6 showers, laundry facilities, boat launch, saltwater beach
access, 60 picnic tables, driving range, scuba dive center.
Rest-A-While RV Park
and Marina
15
Saltwater boat launch, moorage, dock, 70-80 camp sites with hookups
(may be used for RVs or tents), 4 rest rooms, 4 showers, laundry
facilities, beach access, clamming, oysters, fishing, boat rentals, nature
trail, 60 picnic tables, 2 covered picnic areas with kitchen, concession
stand. Future improvements include easier access to marina, and boat
fuel.
Total
196
Other
Olympic National
Park - Staircase
Campground
Tacoma City Light
Saltwater Park
Mike's Beach Resort
Robin Hood Village
COUNTY TOTAL
Picnic area, 50 campsites, parking for 60 vehicles.
'
6 picnic tables, rest rooms, saltwater boat launch, saltwater beach
access.
Boat launch, SCUBA divinq, cabins, camping, beach access for guests
16 RV sites, cabins, camping, beach access for guests
4038.95
PROJECTS
The following pages provide details on specific Park projects proposed for the current capital
facilities planning period.
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2015~2020
CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN VVORKSHEET
PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Fund Name:
Project Name:
Sunset Bluff Park Acquisition
Estimates:
Construction Level
Development
Description: Develop 35 acre park along Oakland Bay with beach access, trail development
and other passive recreation opportunities. Main improvements to include improved entry
road, formal parking, beach access, and picnic facilities.
Justifications:
development.
2012
park plan placed high priority on water/beach access and trail
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
20::1.6 2017 2:018
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Capital Facilities
2015-2020 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN Vi/ORKSHEET
PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Improvement
Fund Name:
REET2
Project Name:
Watson Wildwood County Park
Estimates:
Construction Level
Description: Scope of this project includes planning/design and development services. Phase
one is a master plan for the Park. Phase 2 would include development of a parking area,
restroom, trails, and passive recreation. Park is 35 acres and was donated to the County.
Development would provide infrastructure for public access
Justifications: There is no current master plan of record for this park site and it is the only
County Park between Allyn and the Pierce County border. Site also has potential as a trail head
for a Regional Trail in the area.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
'zo16
2018
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Capital Facilities
2015-2020 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN WORKSHEET
PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
Name:
Estimates:
REET 2 Capital Improvement Program
Union Boat Ramp
Construction Level
Description: Scope of this project includes planning/design and development to renovate the
existing County Boat Ramp in Union on Hood Canal.
Justifications: Project listed as a high priority in the
enhance water access and boating.
2012
County Parks Plan. Project wou!d
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
·2015 ·2016
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2015-2020 CAPITAL FACIUTIES PLAN VIORKSHEET
PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
Name:
Estimates:
Program
Sandhill Park Renovation
Construction Level
Description: Scope ofthis project includes planning/design and development services to
complete the renovation of Sandhill Park. Main work would include the renovation of fields #i
and #2. New backstops, ADA access, irrigation, and complete field renovation would be
included.
Justifications: This project is listed as a high priority in the
2012 Park Plan. Plan recommended
improving existing facilities before developing new facilities. Addition of new equipment to
existing facility.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
2015
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2016.
20;1.7
2018
2019
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Capital Facilities
2015-2020 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN WORKSHEET
PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
REET 2 Capital Improvement
Project Name:
Harvey Rendsland County Park Planning and Improvements
Estimates:
Construction
Description: Would involve completing a park plan to facilitate public access to the park and
then the development of a parking area, picnic facility, and passive recreation and support
facilities.
Justifications: This Park was donated to Mason County in 2007 by Washington State Parks. It
provides water access to Jiggs Lake. Water access is the top priority in the 2012 County Parks
Plan. Additional developed park space is needed on the Tahuya Peninsula.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
2017 .2()18
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2015-2020 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN \iVORKSHEET
PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Fund Name:
Name:
Estimates:
REET 2 Capital Improvement
Phillips Lake County
Construction Level
Description: Scope of this project includes basic park improvements1 including park amenities
such as tree removal, picnic tables, park benches, trash containers, and signage.
justifications: This smaii park has had very little in the way of irnprovernents and is needed.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
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Capital Facilities
2015-2020 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN WORKSHEET
PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
Name:
Estimates:
REET 2 Capital Improvement
County Park
Oakland
Construction
Description: The Oakland Bay property was purchased jointly by the County and the Capitol
Land Trust. Project scope would involve a two-phase development program for the park. The
first phase would concentrate on public access facilities, the entry road 1 parking area,
restrooms, and signage. The second phase would concentrate on trail development,
environmental education facilities, and interpretative displays. This project is for planning and
improvements to the historic home.
Justifications: Project listed in the
implementation.
2012
County Parks Plan as a high priority for
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2015-2020 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN \iVORKSHEIT
PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
Project Name:
REET 2
Improvement
Menards Landing County Park
Estimates:
Description: This park was transferred from the Port of Tahuya to Mason County in 2006.
Project scope includes improvements that would incorporate ADA access improvements1 new
picnic facilities, non-motorized watercraft improvements to the present launch site, and new
park arnenities such as park benches and garbage cans.
Justifications: Project listed in the
2012
County Parks Plan as a priority for implementation.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
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Capital Facilities
2015-2020 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN WORKSHEET
PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
Name:
Estimates:
REET 2 Capital Improvement Program
Recreation Area (MCRA) Improvements
Mason
· Construction Level
Description: Project scope would involve needed renovations and improvements to MCRA
Park. The improvements include: new field lights, restroom renovation, irrigation
improvements, drainage upgrades, new office, new bleachers, play equipment surfacing 1
asphalt, scoreboards 1 and concession building. Projects include outfield irrigation, restroomconcession building, lights on fields
Justifications: Project listed in the
2
and 31 parking and master planning.
2012
County Parks Plan for implementation.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
. . .:f016
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PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Fund Name:
REET 2 Capital Improvement Program
Project Name:
Mason Lake Boat Launch Renovation
Estimates:
Construction Level
Description: Renovation of restroom facility, play equipment, picnic shelter
Justifications: Original building from 197o's needs ADA upgrades.
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2015-2020 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN WORKSHEET
PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
Name:
Estimates:
REET2
Improvement Program
Jacoby
(Shorecrest) Improvements
Construction Level
Description: Project scope would involve implementation of Park Improvement Plan based on
Park Site Plan developed in 2008. Improvements would provide more amenities at the park
than what currently exist, including a boat launch, dock and pier.
Justifications: Project listed in the
2012
County Parks Plan for implementation.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
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PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
REET2
Improvement Program
Project Name:
Foothills County Park
Estimates:
Construction Level
Description: This park serves the Hoodsport area as the primary Comm unity Park and has a
play area, basketball court, restroom building and open field area. Improvements would involve
addition of amenities to improve the user experience; this would include picnic facilities, ADA
improvements, sign age, and renovation of the existing turf. There has been suggestions to
locate an off leash dog park at this site, but so far no formal action has been undertaken to
accomplish that.
Justifications: Project listed in the 2012 County Parks Plan.
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PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
Name:
REET 2 Capital
Coulter
Park Acquisition and
Construction Level
Description: Acquired additional water front property to develop trail network and boardwalk.
Justifications: Waterfront park land and trails were rated highest priority in the
plan.
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PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
REET2
Project Name:
Walker Park Improvements
Estimates:
Construction Level
Description: Restroom renovation, ADA upgrades.
Justifications: Picnic shelter and other improvements
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PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
REET 2
Improvement
Project Name:
North Bay
Project
Estimates:
Construction Level
Name:
Description: Pathway connecting Port of Allyn with Coulter Creek Park. A concept plan has
been completed investigating how a non-motorized pathway could be built along the County
Road Right of Way to connect the Port of Allyn Park with Coulter Creek Park to the tip of Case
inlet. The first phase would be just over two miles long. This trail could also be the beginning of
a larger trail network connecting Allyn with Belfair. The County Trails Fund, administered by
Public Works could be one of the primary funding sources for this project. State grant funding
is another possibility. The addition oftrails and water access were high priorities in the recent
parks plan and this project would provide both a trail and access to water.
Justifications: High priority project from both the
Trails Plan.
2006
Park Plan and
2008
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
.
2017 203:8 ' 2.0:!.9
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Capital Facilities
2015-2020 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN WORKSHEET
PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
REET 1 Capital
Project Name:
Trails Development Program
Estimates:
Construction Level
Description: Trail development program for Mason County.
Justifications: Begin Implementation of a trail development program as per the County
Regional Trails Pian.
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PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
Unknown
Project Name:
Allyn By
Estimates:
Construction Level
Description: Improve road end next to Lenard K's restaurant for use as a park and picnic area.
Justifications: Citizen request from
2012
parks plan for waterfront access and improvements
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2015-2020 CAPITAL FACIUTIES PLAN WORKSHEET
PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
Project Name:
Kennedy Creek Park Expansion
Estimates:
Construction Level
Description: Extend and improve pathways within Kennedy Creek Park.
Justifications: Pathways listed as a high priority in the
Plan.
2006
Park Plan and 2008 County Trails
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PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
Project Name:
REET2
Improvement Program
Union Park Improvements
Construction
Description: Renovate restroom, ADA upgrades
Justifications: New or renovated restroom
thousands)
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2015-2020 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN WORKSHEET
PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
REET 2 Capital
Project Name:
North Mason School District Football-Soccer Field Renovation
Estimates:
Construction Level
Description: Partner with NM Mason School District to renovate one football soccer field.
Most likely the main stadium field. Community use would be allowed when school district is not
using the facility.
Justifications: Need for soccer - football field in North Mason County
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
201.5·
2016
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PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
Name:
Estimates:
REET2
Improvement Program
Water Spray Park Development
Construction Level
Description: Develop a water spray park in Shelton Area of Mason County and in Belfair Area
of Mason County
Justifications: current unmet need
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
·2.015
2016
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PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
REET2
Project Name:
Belfair Skate Park
Estimates:
Construction Level
Description: Skate Park for Mason County
Justifications:
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Park Plan Recommendation
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PARKS & TRAILS DEFARTMENT
REET1
Name:
Name:
Oakland Bay
Estimates:
Acquisition
Description: Acquire
Justifications:
Property Acquisition
2012
27
acres owned by Ron Gold next to Oakland Bay Park
Park Plan Recommendation
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
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Name:
Project Name:
Estimates:
REET:i.
Improvement Program
to Belfair Trail
Planning and Construction Level
Description: Rail with Trail from Shelton to Belfair
Justifications: 2008 Trail Plan and 2012 Park Plan. HIGH PRIORITY - but have not been able
to achieve cooperation from U.S. Navy. At this time the project would be on a "hold" or
"deferred" status. Project could commence with land use agreements and funding. An
estimated cost is about $5 1 000 1 000.00.
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Program
Fund Name:
REET 2 Capital
Project Name:
Union Street Ends Park at Orre Nobles
Construction Level
Description: There are four street ends in the Union area that citizens are interested in
converting to small water access pocket parks. These sites can also facilitate access from water
to land was well for kayakers and canoes. These sites could enhance the Cascadia Marine Trail.
The pian is to begin working on the Orre Nobles site.
Justifications: 2012 park plan placed high priority on water/beach access and trail
development. Union Improvement Club supports this project as well.
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Capital Facilities
(OUNTY AND ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDINGS
Mason County owns several buildings, most of which are located in the City of Shelton, the county
seat. These buildings are used to support general County functions such as internal management,
health, public service, and general administration. Other buildings owned by the County include
Memorial Hall, the two buildings on Pine Street that house the Mason County Sheriff, the Public
Works Campus and the Belfair Public Works Shop. Table Vl.6-1 describes these sites.
Memorial Hall and the two buildings on Pine Street are located in Shelton, a few blocks from the
main campus area. The Public Works campus is located about 4 miles north of Shelton, on the
northwest side of Highway 101. The Belfair Public Works Shop is situated on the north shore of
Hood Canal about 3 miles from Belfair.
INVENTORY
Mason County's administrative offices and departments housed in the buildings are listed in TABLE
Vl.6-2. Also provided is a summary of current office area allocations for the County departments
and departmental functions.
Most of the County's administrative offices are located in the Shelton Campus, a four-square block
section of the downtown area. At this location, the County operates from 23 publicly owned
buildings. These include the Courthouse, Jail, Juvenile Detention Facility, Building I, Building II,
Building 111 1 Building IV, Building V, Building Vl 1 Building VII, Building VIII, and Building IX. Other
county administrative offices are, the 3rd & Pine building (the Sheriff Office), and Public Works
campus.
FACILITY NEEDS
Mason County has conducted an assessment of the condition of all county owned buildings and
facilities. This document, entitled "Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment1', July 2012, is on file
with the Mason County Department of Facilities and Grounds. The facilities assessment completed
in 2012 only looked at existing County Buildings and recommended improvements. The assessment
is more of a maintenance plan or maintenance assessment rather than a County Facilities and
Building Master Plan that looks forward 6 to 12 years attempting to gauge future building n~eds and
expansion needs.
Additionally, Mason County completed a Special Needs Assessment and Campus Master Plan. This
work was completed in 2008 prior to the great recession and prior to Mason County implementing
large lay off's of staff. Prior to the onset of the recession, Mason County did have a deficit in space
for employees. But with layoffs implemented from 2008 to the present, the County overall does not
have near the deficits that were present and forecasted prior to the recession. Some facilities are in
need of additional space, such as the courthouse and the jail, but overall the need is not as great as
it was in 2008. The jail is receiving additional space with the DSU remodel that will be completed in
early 2015. There is an immediate need for additional courtroom space. Mason County does need a
comprehensive review of current facilities and a forecast of what additional space will be needed in
the future, especially for the jail, juvenile detention, and court space.
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The Facilities Assessment completed in 2012 is the first known attempt to establish a true buildings
and facilities capital improvement program. Many of the buildings and facilities are more than 30
years of age or older and there is plenty of deferred maintenance. If an active program is not
implemented soon, in the future Mason County could expect to experience multiple building
failings at or about the same time, causing great financial hardship to the County. The assessment
looks at roofs, mechanical systems, electrical systems, windows, and other components of each
building, and will establish a program for building improvements in the future.
At present, staff is actually attempting to consolidate as many employees and services into various
buildings to try and more efficiently use the space we have. Buildings that have extra space or are
vacant can be leased or possibly put up for surplus. Based on the "Space Standards Manual 11
published by the State of Washington Department of General Administration, 251 square feet are
needed per employee. In addition 1 certain governmental functions have special requirements for
facilities.
TABLE 6-1 Summary of Administration Sites
Square Feet
Site
Shelton Campus
169,200
Memorial Hall
121000
Belfair Public Works Campus Approx. 611000
Public Works Campus
57,979
3rd & Pine Property
19,000
Acres
3.88
0.275
1.4
40
1.16
TABLE 6-2. Buildings and Space Allocations for Administrative Offices
Department or Office
Assessor
Auditor
Central Operations
Clerk
Community Development
Cooperative Extension Office
Coroner
County Commission
District Court
Equipment, Rental & Revolving Fund (ER&R)
Facilities & Grounds
Health Services
Permit Assistance Center
Probation Services
Prosecutor
Public Works - Maintenance
Sheriff
Superior Court
Treasurer
Ft2
2,525
31228
99
1430
2,121
2,377
99
1,508
2,322
374
757
3,299
1,726
1/383
3,535
3,500
13,000
4,371
2,157
Building
Building I
Buildings 11 XI, Courthouse
Building I, VII
Courthouse
Building Ill
Building IV
Building Ill
Building I
Courthouse, Building VIII
Buildings I, IX1 111 1 Public Works
Building IX, Courthouse, 3rd & Pine
Buildings 11, Ill,, VIII
Building Ill
Building VIII
Building VII
Belfair Shop
3rd & Pine, Belfair Sub-Station
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The following information was derived from the Space Needs Assessment and Campus Master Plan
completed in November of 2008. As was mentioned earlier in this section, the November 2008
space needs analysis was completed prior to the onset of the great recession and prior to large
layoffs implemented by Mason County. The information should be revisited and revised if needed
to meet current conditions.
Mason
Space Needs Update· Area Projections for primary space needs
Department
Assessor
Auditor
Treasurer
Budget and Finance/
Risk Management
Human Resources
Facilities and Grounds
ER&R Services
County Commissioners
Central Operations
Clerk
District Court
Superior Court
Probation Services
Juvenile Detention I
Alternatives to Detention
Sheriff
Adult Detention I
Alternatives to Detention
Prosecutor
Coroner
Community Development
Utilities and
Waste Management
Public Health Services
Parks and Trails
WSU MC Extension
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Deficit
Allocation
Need
I
Deficit
43%
16%
Projected (sq.ft.)
2015 need
4,218
4,296
1,998
666
2020 need
2520
3,407
2,481
210
4,440
4,074
2,442
444
1,920
667
234
53%
215
2508
2199
444
3,500
1832
229
992
52%
28%
None
666
5,500
2054
666
6,500
2276
2307
3,398
1,091
32%
3,620
4,892
1318
2,925
4964
4,745
3,408
3,508
7,664
·12,400
4,608
9,400
2,190
4,739
7,436
62%
62%
60%
5,99 2
64%
4,618
8,774
16,600
5,052
12,200
5,728
13,162
21,200
5,496
15,000
5462
19,315
16,000
63000
10,538
43,685
66%
69%
18,000
71000
20,000
76600
3,533
294
3,681
635
4,468
935
450
1,869
21%
60%
4,690
966
6,216
2,664
5,406
2,188
7,104
3,330
3555
1,094
2377
14,098
1,998
5,218
73,153
11,656
1,776
4,774
1921004
744
5,550
1,554
None,
None
919
34%
59%
8,992
1,554
4,330
5,437
460
1,953
60%
30%
45%
164,346
9,1193
55%
4,440
4,518
1,998
666
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FACILITIES, PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Fund Name:
REET 1 Capital Improvement
Project Name:
Sheriff Department Evidence Facility
Estimates:
Planning and Construction
Description: New evidence compound adjacent to public works department.
Justifications: Current compound is at old road shops, does not meet minimum regulations
and is in poor condition.
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FACILITIES, PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
REET
2
improvement
Project Name:
Sheriff and Public Firearms Range
Estimates:
Planning and Construction level
Description: Firearms range for law enforcement and publici would include pistol, rifle, trap,
skeet, archery areas.
Justifications: Sheriff has indicated need as well and public saying a range is also a priority in
the 2012 parks plan.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2.020
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Name:
Project Name:
Estimates:
REET1
Improvement Program
Building #i Improvements
and Construction
Description: Various building improvements as per facilities assessment
Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment
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Fund Name:
Name:
Estimates:
REET 1 Capital Improvement
Building #3 Improvements
Planning and Construction Level
Description: Various building improvements as per facilities assessment
Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment
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Name:
REET1
Project Name:
Building #4 Improvements
Estimates:
Planning
Construction Level
Description: Various building improvements as per facilities assessment
Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment
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Name:
REET 1 Capital Improvement
Project Name:
Building #6 Improvements
Estimates:
Planning and Construction Level
Description: Various building improvements as perfacilities assessment
Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment
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FACILITIES, PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
REET 1 Capital Improvement
Project Name:
Building #7 Improvements
Estimates:
Planning and Construction Level
Description: Various building improvements as per facilities assessment
Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment
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FACILITIES, PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
REET 1 Capital Improvement Program
Project Name:
Building #8 Improvements
Estimates:
Planning and Construction
Description: Various building improvements as per facilities assessment
Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment
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FACILITIES, PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
REET1
Improvement
Project Name:
Building #g Improvements
Estimates:
Planning and Construction Level
Description: Various building improvements as per facilities assessment
Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment
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FACILITIES, PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
REET1
Improvement Program
Project Name:
Mason County Jail Improvements
Estimates:
Planning
Construction Level
Description: Various building improvements as per facilities assessment
Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment
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FACILITIES, PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
Name:
Estimates:
REET 1 Capital Improvement Program
Courthouse Improvements
Planning and Construction Level
Description: Various building improvements as per facilities assessment, immediate goal is
development of another courtroom and moving the Clerk to courtroom Band courtroom Bto
where the Clerk was.
Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment
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Name:
Project Name:
Estimates:
REET 1 Capital
Program
Juvenile Detention Improvements
and Construction Level
Description: Various building improvements as per facilities assessment
Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment
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FACILITIES, PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
REET 1 Capital Improvement
Project Name:
Sheriff's Office Improvements
Estimates:
Planning and Construction Level
Description: Various building improvements as per facilities assessment
Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment
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FACILITIES, PARKS & TRAILS DEPARTMENT
Name:
REET1
Improvement Program
Project Name:
Public Works Building #1 Improvements
Estimates:
Planning and Construction Level
Description: Various building improvements as per facilities assessment
Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment
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Name:
Program
REET1
Project Name:
Memorial Hall
Estimates:
Planning and Construction Level
Description: Various building improvements to restore the historic Memorial Hall
Justifications: Building has not had any significant improvements since the structure was built
in the 192o's.
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POLICE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE FACILITIES
DESCRIPTION
The Mason County Sheriff's Office provides police services including1 patrol, traffic enforcement,
service of civil process, jail operation and investigative services to the citizens of Mason County. The
Mason County Sheriff's Office currently has a total of 109 employees. Ofthose54 are
commissioned officers, 36are jailers, and 19are civilian employees.
The Mason County Sheriff's Office currently serves 60,699 citizens. This number represents a 22.9
percent increase in population since 2000. The Sheriff' Office is responsible for covering an area of
. 961 square miles. The Mason County Sheriff's Office also covers over 900 miles of shorelines, 622
miles of county roads and nearly 115 miles of state highways.
The Mason County Sheriff's Office has taken over primary responsibility for traffic law enforcement
and collision investigations on all county roads commencing July 11 2009. Accordingly the Sheriff's
Office has established the Mason County Sheriff's Office Traffic Team as of January 11 2008. The
unit consists offive deputies and one Sergeant.
Mason County Sheriff's Office is assisted through mutual aid by the Shelton Police Department and
the Squaxin Island Police Department. This low level of law enforcement is a distinction that
separates us from our Region 3 and comparative counties who all have numerous agencies to
provide mutual aid.
JAIL FACILITIES
The present Mason County Jail opened in 1986 with a population capacity of 45 inmates. In 1989,
capacity was increased to 511 and in 1991 it was increased to 58 beds with floor space for 106. In
1993 the average daily population (ADP) was 62. In 2004 the ADP was at 95 - 46% over capacity.
The Direct Supervision Unit (DSU) opened on October 1, 2006, bringing the jail capacity up to 128
inmates. ADP for 2005 was 111, ADP for 2006 was 119 and ADP for 2007was113.7. On September
i5, 2009 DSU was closed after the jail had to reduce staff by five (5) FTEs bringing the jail's capacity
down to 108 inmates. For the first eight (8) months of 2010 the ADP has stood at 103. Reductions in
staff due to mandated budgetary cuts at the Sheriff's Office prompted the closing of DSU causing
the reduction in jail capacity.
In 2014, the Mason County Sheriff's Office implemented a plan to reconfigure the DSU facility. The
reconfigured facility will house 42 inmates. In earlier comprehensive plans several critical
maintenance issues were identified at the jail as needing immediate repair or replacement. They
include new locks for the cells and cellblocks, leaks in the roof and the problems with the walkway
between the court house and the jail. In 2014 the jail received significant improvements including a
new roof, new control system, and comprehensive update of the mechanical systems in the
building. These issues have all been addressed by the Sheriff's Office, BOCC, and Facilities
Department.
Repair and maintenance needs of the jail are paint inside the cell blocks, booking area, the holding
cells and floor. These areas have not received updated paint and the graffiti and wear do not
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conform to the best standards for care and custody as well as an acceptable work environment for
staff .Despite multiple attempts to seal and repair leaks in the hallway between the jail and the
courthouse water and white crystals continue to accumulate in that area and a solution needs to be
implemented. The commercial grade washer and dryer are also nearing the end of service life and
should be scheduled for replacement in 2016.
STRATEGIC PLAN
The Mason County Sheriff's Office is currently pursuing the completion of the jail redesign,
installation of the video arraignment system, installation of an updated inmate
visitation/telephone/commissary kiosk system and acquisition of a storage unit for the safe housing
of supplies and equipment. After completion of the above mentioned areas the Mason County jail
will have a total inmate capacity of 144. It should be noted that inmate bed space should not be
confused for total capacity. After completion of the redesign the total number of inmate beds will
be 1131 an additional 12 in holding cells with another 19 using floor space for a total capacity of 144.
Though the maintenance updates and redesign will create efficiencies in the use of existing staff
hours and have created a safer working environment for our jail deputies we are still at a lower
overall capacity than the 160 plus inmates being housed in 2009 prior to the closure of the DSU.
FUNDING
RCES
The Mason County Sheriff's Office continues to explore alternative funding sources including
Federal Homeland Security Grants, Justice Assistance Grants, and grants from other federal, state,
and private sources. However, like many other funding sources the amounts of these grants are
being reduced or eliminated altogether. Additionally the Mason County Sheriff's Office is
committed to forming community partnerships with public and private agencies to more efficiently
provide services and utilize facilities to maximum efficiency.
SHERIFF'S FACILITY
The Mason County Sheriff's Office is currently housed at 322 North 3rd Street in Shelton. The Office
transitioned to this location from the Mason County Courthouse starting in December, 2009 and
was mostly completed by February 2010. Police Operations, Records, Finance, Administration, and
Evidence are currently housed at this facility. The acquisition of this facility has greatly enhanced
the office's ability to perform its mission with much greater efficiency.
SPACE ALLOCATION CRITERIA AND MAINTENANCE
Standard space allocations methods do not apply to all areas of the Sheriff's Office because of the
diverse functions found within the department such as training, locker rooms, K-9 holding 1 briefing
room, interview rooms, public receptions, fingerprinting, criminal complaints, evidence processing
and others. Space for many ofthe above mission essential functions is not adequate.
In 2013 an electrica Ifire caused the failure of one HVAC system on the roof of the Sheriffs Office.
This unit has not been replaced and the other units on the roof are of the same design and age. The
workspace area that this unit serves does not have acceptable climate control for employees or the
public. The carpet flooring in the Sheriff's Office is of unknown and shows extreme wear and tear. In
many locations duct tape is used to repair seams and in others the carpet was cut out to
accommodate construction. Replacement of the carpet must be considered for 2016 to maintain an
acceptable and professional work space for employees.
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One of the men's bathroom urinals was removed in early 2014 and has yet to be replaced. A plastic
bag continues to serve as the covering to the exposed plumbing.
To meet accreditation standards and safe workplace criteria a decontamination and eyewash
facility needs to be installed or established in the Jail and the North and South Precincts. This can
be completed in several ways to meet the standard and needs to be considered for the 2016 budget
year in order to maintain accreditation and safety practices.
NORTH MASON
FACILITY
The greater Belfair/Allyn area is quickly becoming a business and population hub in northeastern
Mason County. This area is quickly becoming a small city requiring a higher level of law
enforcement and other governmental services. When the new sewer system is completed in Belfair,
the area is expected to rapidly expand much like Silverdale did in the 198os .. The North Precinct was
established in late 2013 and has made a significant impact on policing operations. In 2014 fully half
of the patrol division and over 20 citizen volunteers staff this precinct. The building is currently
contracted through the private sector and appears to meet the needs for the next five years in
terms of projected police, investigative, and administrative functions.
STORAGE NEEDS
The most important need of the Sheriff's Office is that ofoffsite evidence storage. Property taken
in by the Sheriff's Office is held in trust by the Sheriff's Office. Therefore it is the Sheriff's
responsibility to ensure its security, preservation, chain of custody, as well as its proper return 1 sale,
or disposal according to law. Currently, most of the Sheriff's evidence is being held in a secured
designated area at the Sheriff's located at 322 North 3rd St in Shelton. Many items continue to be
held on the third floor of the Mason County Court House. Moving evidence items to the 3rd Street
facility continues. All evidence items stored at the Court House were moved in 2011.
The Mason County Sheriff's Office also stores vehicles held as evidence, including homicide
vehicles, and large evidence items at the old Mason County Public Works facility located on the
Johns Prairie Road. Additionally, bulky evidence and evidence that may be considered hazardous, is
kept at this facility. Replacement of this facility is needed to ensure security, preservation, and
chain of custody. The current facility does not meet industry standards for security, processing,
preservation, environmental concerns and chain of custody. Through a massive evidence audit and
purge in 2014 the Sheriff's Office will conform to an accreditation standard. However, the facility
design and location continues to fall short of industry standards due to the remote location and
ongoing security concerns. The BOCC and Facilities Department are exploring an option that would
suffice as a temporary solution while a long term building design and location site can be
determined to meet the expected growth over the next decades. This would be the first move of
the offsite evidence site in nearly 40 years.
Additionally the Mason County Sheriff's Office must have covered secure storage for its three
boats1 light armored vehicle, all terrain vehicle, skid car and trailer, search and rescue vehicles,
along with spare and mothballed patrol vehicles. Additional secure storage for other training
equipment, tactical equipment, search and rescue equipment, and traffic radar trailers. The storage
facility needs to be in a secure location that built to specifications that will not cause operational
degradation. The current Johns Prairie location is regarded only as a temporary facility, as it is not
equipped with running water. Permanent facilities had been planned for equipment storage and
large evidence at the newly built public works facility however that plan was scrapped prior to
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construction to bring the project in under the original budget allocation. Multiple BOCC briefings
and discussions have taken place and continue to be pursued. The need is essential as the
equipment stored is expensive and requires storage that allows for emergency response and
reliability that the current facilities do not accommodate.
FIREARMS
ING
The Mason County Sheriff's Office currently has no weapons training facility. The Mason County
Sheriff's Office is currently dependant on the good will of the Department of Corrections which
allows us to conduct quarterly training at their facility located adjacent to the Washington
Corrections Center. Future budget issues may create a situation where the Sheriff can no longer use
the WCC facility or to have to pay high rental fees for the privilege ofusing the WCC facility. A
shooting park or similar facility has been discussed, but no action has been taken. Having a facility
the Sheriff's Office can utilize for firearms training is essential and planning should begin this year.
RTS
The Mason County District courts handled 10,238 cases in 2013 1 mostly infractions and
misdemeanors. Mason County Superior Court handled 2 689 cases in 2013, with civil cases being
the most common, followed by criminal actions, domestic cases, juvenile offender cases, and
probate/guardianship cases, in that order. Additional information regarding the courts and annual
caseloads can be obtained at www.courts.wa.gov.
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FACILITY NEEDS
The two most recent efforts to analyze county facility needs included the two following documents,
which have been referenced previously in this section:
1)
Space Needs Assessment and Campus Master Plan for Mason County- completed in
November of 2008.
2)
Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment - completed in
2012.
As has been stated earlier in the text, the 2008 report was completed prior to the great recession
and prior to large layoffs that were implemented by Mason County. Some of the data is likely still
valid but an update to County Facilities needs would be recommended, especially a report that
identified new building needs or building expansion needs. The 2008 Facilities Master Plan did
identify and recommend potential improvements that would add parking capacity, expand building
#1, build a new juvenile center, build a new justice center and enlarged the main County campus as
an example. Options and phases were included. Revisiting the plan to determine if the findings are
still valid would be recommended.
The 2012 facilities assessment looks only at current building conditions and makes
recommendations for renovations of existing infrastructure that is likely to fail in the future. The
assessment serves more to recommend needed maintenance and upgrades as opposed to future
building needs.
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8. STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
Storm and surface water management is an important government role that serves to protect and
improve water quality and habitat, and reduce flooding. Mason County has taken several steps to
implement a comprehensive, county-wide management approach including:
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Adopting a county-wide Stormwater Management Plan in June 2008;
Adopting local stormwater management standards and by reference the 2005 Stormwater
Management Manual for Western Washington. These standards are applied county-wide as of
June 2012;
Adopting special Low Impact Development (LID) standards within the Belfair and Allyn UGAs in
June 2008 and encouraging where practical, county-wide;
Inventorying, assessing and maintaining stormwatersystems within county right-of-way;
Planning, designing and constructing stormwater retrofit projects;
Adopting a Comprehensive Flood Management Plan;
Participating in 1 or leading fish passage improvement projects; and
Participating in, or leading regional planning strategies .
The County formed a Stormwater Task Force (SWTF) in late 2009 to make recommendations to the
County Commissioners on implementing the adopted stormwater management plan and related
water quality initiatives. The SWTF met regularly between April 2010 and June 2012. Final Task
Force recommendations to implement a "Clean Water Program" were presented to the County
Commissioners in August 2012 along with a recommendation to establish a stormwater utility rate
to fund the program. The Board too no action to establish a new revenue source to fund the "Clean
Water program".
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
The stormwater management system within Mason County can generally be described as "rural" or
"natural" even within designated urban growth areas (UGAs). Conveyances generally consist of
ditches, swales and culverts, often located in highly permeable areas. A very small percentage of
the overall system can be described as a typical municipal separate storm sewer (MS4) consisting of
curb, gutter, catch basin, and piped conveyance. This type of system can be found, however, within
sections of the Hoods port Rural Activity Center (RAC) and Belfair, Allyn and Shelton UGAs.
Mason County is responsible for managing stormwater systems within County road rights-of-way
and those associated with County buildings such as the Public Works site. Low Impact
Development (LID) features such as porous concrete, pervious asphalt, and rain gardens used to
manage stormwater can be found at this location. The stormwater systems owned and managed
by the County are inventoried, inspected and represented on a GIS layer.
The City of Shelton is responsible for the stormwater systems within City limits and the Washington
State Department of Transportation is responsible for the State highway stormwater system.
Private drainage systems exist throughout the County as well. These are owned and maintained by
private property owners. A small percentage of the private stormwater facilities are inventoried
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Mason County is in the initial stages of stormwater capital facility planning. Identification of
storn1water capital facility needs and projects comes from a variety of sources, including the
adopted County-wide Stormwater Management Plan, water quality monitoring, habitat
assessments and other Lead Entity activities, and Water Quality Improvement Reports.
Mason County participated in a Hood Canal regional effort to select, rank, and prioritize sites for
future stormwater retrofit projects. A prioritized list and preliminary designs for top projects was
completed in 2014, including two Mason County sites.
Project emphasis is on retrofits (those that address "legacy" problems) and can generally be
grouped into the following three categories:
Water Quaiity
These projects are designed to improve water quality problems identified through monitoringi
downgraded or threatened shellfish harvest areas, 303(d) listings, or Water Quality Improvement
Reports. Projects may consist of wet ponds, sand filters 1 constructed wetlands, vaults, or other
BMPs.
Flooding/Erosion
These projects will reduce the frequency and/or severity of flood and erosion damage to public and
private property. Projects may include additional storage facilities 1 new or enlarged conveyances 1
channel stabilization, stream restoration, or reducing impervious surfaces.
Aquatic Habitat
Projects in this category are designed to maintain or enhance aquatic habitat, with an emphasis on
salmon recovery and shellfish. These projects may include habitat surveys, culvert replacements,
installation of in-stream structures, or removal of dikes.
All three categories of projects will typically require funding for planning, design, construction and
land acquisition. It should also be noted that many projects will serve multiple purposes: for
example, a project that includes storage for flood control will likely improve water quality through
additional detention and settling of pollutant-carrying sediments.
LEVEL OF SERVICE STANDARDS
New Development
As of June 2012, new development and redevelopment throughout Mason County must meet the
minimum requirements of the 2005 Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington. In
addition to these minimum requirements, Mason County Code 14.48 spells out requirements for
financial liability and 17.80 requires Low Impact Development (LID) techniques within the Belfair
and Allyn UGAs.
Conveyance
Mason County Code 14.48 is silent to conveyance standards. However1 Mason County Code 16.48
states that all construction shall conform to the Washington State Department of Transportation's
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Standard Specifications for Roads, Bridges and Municipal Construction. Conveyances are typically
designed to meet the 25-year storm event.
Retrofits
Most capital facility projects are considered "retrofits" meaning the project is undertaken to correct
or improve conditions associated with past development. Retrofits are designed using best
professional judgment to provide reasonable improvements in stormwater management,
recognizing that site constraints frequently make strict application of Best Management Practices
(BMPs) challenging.
FUNDING
Mason County has utilized a variety of revenue sources to fund stormwater management activities.
The majority of past funding has been from grants, but in recent years the Road Fund and Real
Estate Excise Tax (REET 2) have provided a base level of "deveiopmene funding and grant match
until such time that a stable dedicated source is established. The Capital Facilities Plan Worksheet
makes conservative revenue assumptions including:
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No Road Fund revenue
No REET2 revenue
Minimal grant revenue to fund Hood Canal priority retrofit projects unless grants are secured
No stormwater utility rate revenue
A brief description of each revenue source is presented below.
Road Fund
The Road Fund provided $251 000 start-up revenue for stormwater program development and
implementation beginning in 2010. This revenue source is used to leverage grant funding as a local
revenue source is required for grant match (typically 25%).
Real Estate Excise Tax (REET2)
REET2 has been a revenue source used to fund capital construction and serve as grant match.
REET2 funds in the amount of $821 500 were allocated in years 2009 through 2012 1 and in the
amount of $751 000 in 2013. These revenues combined with grant funds were used to design and
construct projects in Belfair1 Allyn and Hoodsport to reduce contaminants and improve water
quality. The revenue table assumes no REET2 funding through 2020.
Grants
Mason County has received approximately $1.1 million in stormwater management grants over the
past seven years. Future grant availability is expected to diminish due to greater demand and
competition, directing funds to jurisdictions under Municipal NPDES permit requirements (Mason
County is not a permittee), and an overall reduction in available funds.
The revenue table reflects that Mason County executed a grant with the Department of Ecology
who will continue to perform work in years 2015 and 2016. Small grants are assumed for the years
following.
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Mason County created a Stormwater Utility in June 2008 but did not establish a rate to fund
stormwater management activities at that time. A Stormwater Task Force (SWTF) met regularly
from April 2010 through June 2012 to develop program and funding recommendations to the Board
of County Commissioners. The SWTF recommended a stormwater utility rate be established to
provide dedicated, predictable funding to implement an annual program of approximately $1.43
million. A rate has yet to be established.
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PUBUCWORKS
Fund
Storm
Name:
Estimates:
Program Implementation and Retrofits
Development Level
Description: This project worksheet includes costs associated with program implementation
and the design/construction of stormwater retrofit projects. Program implementation
activities include: education and outreach, capital facility planning, stormwater pollution
prevention plans for County-owned facilities, technical assistance to property owners, facility
inventory updates, and overall management. Stormwater retrofit projects will be rated and
prioritized in the nearfuture and individually identified in 6-year and 20-year CFPs.
Justifications: Clean water is vital to the health, economy and cultural heritage of Mason
County. Mason County government piays an important role in salmon recovery, maintaining
and improving shellfish harvest areas, flood control, and improving water quality as well as the
overall recovery of Puget Sound. Implementing the stormwater management program and
constructing stormwater retrofits is an important community investment yielding returns in
the form of maintaining property values, generating fish/shellfish revenues and tourism and
reducing health risks and costs.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
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PUBLIC WORKS FACILITIES
Mason County Public Works is responsible for engineering, construction, operation and
maintenance of 640-miles of county roads. Currently the Department staff is based at the Public
Works Facility off of Highway 101 just north of Shelton and the Belfair Shop in Belfair.
The Public Works Facilities provide forthe majority of the current needs of the Department.
However, satellite facilities at different locations around the County and a new shop in Belfair will
be needed to better support the Department's needs and improve the efficiency of the Department
by reducing travel and transportation time for materials and equipment used for maintenance and
construction project work.
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County
Project Name:
New Belfair Shop
Estimates:
Planning Level
Description: The new Shop will include a work staging area 1 vehicle maintenance bay, crews
lunch/meeting room, restrooms & shower facilities, offices, vehicle and equipment storage and
materials storage. For the immediate future; the existing building requires a upgrades to insure
functionality. In 2016, new windows will be installed and updates to the office area and
restrooms will be made.
Justifications: The current Belfair Shop is located in a residential neighborhood adjacent to
Hood Canal and does not have its own water source. The Shop is hooked up to the neighbor's
well. Public Works is currently evaluating other sites for placement of a new shop, including an
area at the new Belfair Treatment Plant.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
2018
Site Prepciration
Utility Install .·
We II Drilling
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PUBLIC WORKS
Project Name:
Satellite Maintenance Yard Development
Estimates:
Planning
Description: Public Works will be developing selected sites at various locations across the
County to better serve the requirements of maintenance activities. The planned development
would include upgrades such as: clearing and grading, installing wells and water systems,
installing electric power to support site services, constructing equipment/materials storage
buildings and facilities, paving storage sites and developing roads on the properties.
Acquisition of individual properties will supplement existing property holdings to provide for
uses such as sites for stormwater treatment facilities and disposal sites for ditch spoils and slide
materials from maintenance or construction excavations.
Justifications: The changing mandates and requirements of road maintenance necessitate the
expansion/ upgrade of certain facilities, while the need to develop stormwater detention
facilities and ditch spoil disposal sites require the purchase of property in specific locations.
Estimated Project Costs(inthousands) ..
2015 · 2016 4017 ,2oi8 2019:
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County Road Fund
Project Name:
Pole Barn Structure at Shelton-Matlock
Planning Level
Description: The County Road Fund owns property on Shelton-Matlock Road that is currently
used as a fenced materials and equipment storage yard. The construction of a Pole Barn type
structure on this site will help to facilitate the efficient deployment of crews and equipment to
the south end of the County, particularly during snow and ice conditions. The price below
reflects a fully enclosed metal structure.
Justifications: Currently crews assigned to maintain, plow and de-ice the south portion of the
County must go to the Central Shop to get the equipment needed to respond. When doing
scheduled maintenance in the south end, crews travel to and from the Central Shop,
transporting heavy equipment, vehicles, tools and materials needed fortheirwork. One of the
Road Department's long range goals is to consider placement of satellite maintenance yards in
key locations throughoutthe county to improve response and efficiency.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
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Road
Project Name:
Sand and Salt Storage Shelter
Estimates:
Construction
Description: The old Public Works Facility was equipped with an existing structure that was
used to store sand and salt used for winter storm events. The structure was something that
could not be moved to the new Public Works facility.
Justifications: In order to protect the sand and salt from wintry weather (water & freezing) at
the new Public Works Facility it will be necessary to hire a contractor to fabricate a new sand
and salt storage facility.
Estimated Project Costs (in thousands)
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Road Fund
Project Name:
Connection to
of Shelton Water
Estimates:
Construction Level
Description: The Public Works Department, via agreement with the Squaxin Tribe in 2007,
committed to connecting its facility to the City of Shelton Water System when it becomes
available and discontinuing use of the well (for all but non-potable uses). The City of Shelton
has a planned project, beginning in 20141 to provide City water to Public Works Drive.
In order to satisfy the terms of the agreement with the Squaxin Tribe, it will be
necessary to hire a contractor to connect the facility to the City Water System, to make any
revisions to the on-site system to accommodate the change, and to pay any associated
connection fees.
Estimated Project Costs (in
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2016;
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10. FINANCE PLAN
This section discusses Mason County capital facilities needs and related funding sources. As
required under the Growth Management Act (G MA) a six-year finance plan has been prepared for
the years 2015 to at least the year 2020 for those facilities currently, or to be, owned and operated
by the County.
The following facilities are included in the financial planning:
'" Water and Wastewater Systems
>- Belfair Sewer 20 Year Finance and Rate Forecast
>- Cost Calculations for Build Out
>- Real Estate Excise Tax1(REET1), REET 21 and .09 Sales Tax Revenues.
(Appendix A)
" Solid Waste Management Facilities
,. County Administrative and Law Enforcement Buildings
" Stormwater Facilities
" Public Works Facilities
'" Parks and Recreation
Only County owned and operated facilities, except for the community-based wastewater systems
for rural activity centers, are included in the finance analysis. Several alternatives have been
suggested to deal with the problem of providing water and wastewater service in areas outside the
existing utility service area in which growth is forecast. The service area for the solid waste utility is
county-wide.
The finance plan identifies reasonably reliable funding sources, and forecasts revenue and expenses
to at least the year 2020. Funding varies depending on the facility. The different financing
methods, public or private, could have significant implications on the cost of utility service.
Potential funding sources that could be used to fund unanticipated needs and shortfalls are also
discussed.
FINANCIAL IMPACT OVERVIEW
The financial impact for capital facility improvements have been analyzed forthe six year planning
period. Information on transportation can be found in the Transportation Chapter. A summary of
the six year improvement costs, revenues and financing is listed in Table 10-1. The Table displays
the cost by capital facility category. The total of improvement costs and expenditures is Shown in
Table 10-1.
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TABLE 10-1
CAPITAL FACILITY IMPROVEMENT & FINANCE COSTS 201 - 2020*
Water & Wastewater Systems
Solid Waste Management
County Administration
Stormwater
Public Works (Road Funds)
Parks & Recreation
20640
20640
20640
1458
1458
1458
7170
7170
7170
1164
1164
1164
2180
2180
2180
11208
11208
43,820
431820
11208
Total
*in thousands
AND
SYSTEMS
The County owns and operates water systems that serve residents in Beard's Cove and the
Rustlewood subdivisions. The County also operates water treatment facilities for Rustlewood and
Beard's Cove. There is no expected expansion in any of the service utility areas with the exception
of the Belfair sewer. A plan has been developed for sewer expansion to serve the entire Belfair
Urban Growth Area by 2025 and an accompanying financial plan and rate structure is being
developed to accommodate this growth.
Facility worksheets provided in Section 4 summarize the planned water supply and sewer system
capital improvements over the next six years.
SOLID WASTE
Facility Worksheets provided in Section 4 present revenue sources and expenditure levels for Mason
County solid waste services from 2015-2020.
MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT FACILITIES
Any necessary or proposed improvements to municipal buildings and law enforcement facilities are
provided in the worksheets in Section 7 for years 2015-2020
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