DETERMINATION OF SIGNIFICANCE
AND REQUEST FOR COMMENTS ON
SCOPE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT
Description of proposal: The proposed action is a change in Comprehensive Land Use
designation and concomitant zoning classification of certain properties around to FirstAir Field
to Limited Open Space Airport and the addition of Limited Open Space Airport to the Land Use
Element Description portion of the Comprehensive Plan.
Proponent: CE3 Services, LLC
1429 Avenue D #327
Snohomish, WA 98290
Location of proposal: The proposed action involves six parcels totaling approximately 62 acres
in the vicinity of FirstAir Field 13812 179th Ave SE, Monroe, WA 98272. The Snohomish
County Assessor’s Office Parcel Numbers are:
28063500100300, 28063500100400, 28063500100500, 28063500101200, 28063500104300,
Lead agency: City of Monroe
EIS Required: The lead agency has determined that this proposal is likely to have a significant
adverse impact on the environment. A phased Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is required
under RCW 43.21C.030(2)(c) and will be prepared. An environmental checklist and other
materials indicating likely environmental impacts can be reviewed at the City of Monroe Zoning
and Land Use Office located at 806 W Main St, Monroe, Washington.
The lead agency has identified the following areas for discussion in the Environmental Impact
o No Action
o Full redesignation: Redesigation of property to Limited Open Space Airport
o Water, surface
Scoping Comments: Agencies, affected tribes, and members of the public are invited to
comment on the scope of the EIS. You may comment in writing on alternatives, mitigation
measures, probable significant adverse impacts, and licenses or other approvals that may be
required. Comments are due by 5:00 p.m., Monday, March 26, 2011 and may be submitted to:
806 W Main St
Monroe, WA 98272
Appeal: Appeals of this Determination of Significance are due no later than 5:00 p.m., Tuesday,
March 20, 2011. Appeals must be filed on forms provided by the SEPA administrator and must
be filed in original form and set forth the specific reason, rationale, and/or basis for the appeal.
Payment of the appeal fee, as specified in the city’s fee resolution, shall occur at the time the
appeal is filed.
Responsible Official: Brad Feilberg, P.E.
Public Works Director
Issued: March 5, 2012