Upcoming Public Meetings, Workshops and Events

This is history in the making:

  • For the first time, EPA conducted an Environmental Justice Analysis of a proposed Cleanup Plan 1for a Superfund site
  • For the first time, EPA hosted a formal public hearing in Spanish, with simultaneous English interpretation
  • For the first time, people testified at an EPA public meeting in four languages: English, Spanish, Vietnamese and Lushootseed
  • For the first time, EPA is accepting comments in a variety of new formats: online, emails, photographs, video, digital stories, Facebook, etc.

All of this is thanks to you and your support!   Now it’s time to make the last push to demand a cleanup plan that truly benefits and is accepted by the community and protects fish, wildlife and human health –  A River For All: you, residents, tribal and subsistence fishermen, recreational users, businesses, industries and workers in the Duwamish Valley.

Please join us at one of these upcoming events:

- The Duwamish River in 3-D.  Thursday, May 23rd, 6:00 p.m.: Sandbox Sports – 5955 Airport Way S, Seattle (Georgetown).  Come see a large-scale 3–D model of Seattle’s only river (built in sand!) and learn about EPA’s proposed cleanup plan and our recommendations for how to improve it.  Bring your flip flops, shorts, sunglasses and the whole family. Child care, Hawai’ian dinner, and a limited number of free tickets to the Seattle Aquarium provided (first come, first served!). Co-hosted by United Artists of Georgetown, Georgetown Arts and Cultural Center, Sandbox Sports and DRCC/TAG.

- EPA Public Hearings at Town Hall,  Wednesday, May 29th, 2:00 and 6:00 p.m.: Town Hall – 1119 8th Ave., Seattle (Downtown). EPA presents its Proposed Plan for cleanup, DRCC/TAG’s Technical Advisor explains our recommendations for improvement, and YOU testify to protect Seattle’s only river! Spanish interpretation provided. Join DRCC/TAG, Puget Soundkeeper Alliance, St. Marks Cathedral, & friends outside of Town Hall at 5:00 p.m. for speakers, music, pizza and to rally for A River For All!

YOU and your comments can restore Seattle’s only river, and guarantee that the Duwamish will be A River For All.  Let’s make it happen!

See our Fact Sheet & Recommendations!