Fleming Fish Passage and Restoration Feasibility
#17-1046 #17-1046
 Central Kitsap Projects Dyes Inlet Fleming Fish Passage and Restoration Feasibility
Organization West Sound Partners for Ecosystem Recovery
Sponsor Kitsap Conservation District
Status Completed
Schedule Start Date: 1/19/2018 End Date: 3/4/2020
Priority 3
Category Category: Planning
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The purpose of the project is to consider restoration alternatives and create a preliminary design that will restore fish access to one mile of stream in the upper Dickerson Creek watershed, install woody material to increase habitat complexity, aggrade the stream channel, and improve floodplain connectivity. The project would be designed to meet requirements of Manual 18 Appendices D-1 and D-2.Approximately 750 ft. of Dickerson Creek flows through the Carpenter, Fleming, and Ruiz parcels and restoration design is proposed for approximately 2.5 acres of riparian and floodplain area. The project will benefit wild Steelhead, Coho, Chum, and Cut-throat spawning and rearing habitat. Dickerson Creek is a tributary to Chico Creek, which is one of the highest priority salmon streams in Kitsap County identified by the West Sound Lead Entity and Suquamish Tribe. Prior 2007 log weirs were installed to improve fish passage and maintain grade, however, erosion and flooding washed out the weirs and caused three 33% fish barriers, located on the Carpenter property. These barriers limit fish access to approximately one mile of high quality spawning and rearing habitat. The design will also address removing roadbed fill in the floodplain and look at developing side channel habitat. A noxious weed removal and planting plan will be developed. This project addresses actions D2 and D3 in the Chico Creek Watershed Assessment for the Identification of Protection and Restoration Actions (2014).
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TypeDateFunding OrgFunding ProgramMatchAmount
Requested08/08/2017Kitsap Conservation DistrictMatch$2,000.00
Requested08/08/2017Recreation and Conservation OfficeSalmon State Projects$88,450.00
Allocated03/04/2020Kitsap Conservation DistrictMatch$1,889.69
Allocated03/04/2020Recreation and Conservation OfficeSalmon State Projects$83,571.35
Spent12/17/2019Kitsap Conservation DistrictMatch-$1,889.69
Spent12/17/2019Recreation and Conservation OfficeSalmon State Projects-$83,571.35
Grant Project Agreement Totals Proposed Requested Allocated Spent Balance
$90,450.00 $90,450.00 $85,461.04 $85,461.04 $0.00
OTHER FUNDING (Funding that is NOT in a grant project agreement)
TypeDateFunding OrgFunding ProgramMatchAmount
Other Funding Totals Proposed Requested Allocated Spent Balance
Grand Totals Proposed Requested Allocated Spent Balance

Legislative District:35
Watershed Administrative Unit:Chico Creek
HUC12:Chico Creek-Frontal Sinclair Inlet (171100190705)
Chinook-Pop (ESU):Chinook-Puget Sound, Threatened
Chum-Pop (ESU):Chum-Puget Sound/Strait of Georgia, Not Warranted
Coho-Pop (ESU):Coho-Puget Sound/Strait of Georgia, Species of Concern
City Areas:Erlands Point-Kitsap Lake
Puget Sound Action Areas:North Central Puget Sound
Pink-Pop (ESU):Pink-Odd Year, Not Warranted
Salmon Recovery Regions:Puget Sound
HUC8:Puget Sound (17110019)
Steelhead-Pop (ESU):Steelhead-Puget Sound, East Kitsap Peninsula Tributaries, Threatened
Lead Entity Area:West Sound
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