Port Hadlock wastewater System

Jefferson County, WA is developing a sewer system for the Irondale & Port Hadlock Urban Growth Area (UGA) to provide wastewater treatment for local residents and businesses. The sewer system has been identified as a critical element for increased regional economic development. When construction of the sewer system is completed, the Irondale & Port Hadlock UGA will be able to support affordable housing, medical facilities, higher density multifamily residences, senior housing, as well as commercial and industrial development. 

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Background

As a result of input from the public and generous funding partners, Jefferson County has designed a shovel-ready sewer treatment facility.

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Future

The County is currently seeking the necessary funding to partially defray costs to the sewer users. Future work is dependent on funding availability. 

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Public Involvement

The Sewer Advisory Group - made up of local residents, business owners, property owners, non-profits, and local government representatives - was instrumental in the initial phases of this project. They will reconvene in the future once the project receives funding.