(1) Uses in Municipal Watershed Utility are limited to utility uses associated with the hydroelectric project, reservoir water storage, forest practices and recreation as limited by the utility purveyor’s Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) license. This area is zoned exclusively as Forestry (F).
(2) Only those water-dependent portions of the use that require an over-water or in-water location are allowed in the Aquatic shoreline environment designation. Unless otherwise specified in Part 500 of this chapter, such uses are allowed in the Aquatic shoreline environment designation only if the use is allowed in the adjacent upland shoreline environment designation(s).
(3) Agricultural uses are subject to the requirements in SCC 30.67.505.
(6) Mining activities within shoreline jurisdiction are limited to the activities allowed pursuant to SCC 30.67.560(1)(a). Mining within the Aquatic shoreline environment designation is also subject to the conditions in SCC 30.67.530 - Dredging. Mining for the sole purpose of removing mineral resources for commercial sales or processing is prohibited in shoreline jurisdiction.
(8) A conditional use permit is required for timber harvest exceeding 30 percent of the timber volume within 200 feet landward of the ordinary high water mark of shorelines of statewide significance pursuant to SCC 30.67.545(1)(a).
(9) Mining activities related to forest practices as defined in SCC 30.67.560(1)(a) are permitted in the Resource or Municipal Watershed Utility shoreline environment designations when over 200 feet from the OHWM and outside of the channel migration zone. Removal of mineral resources deposited within the previous 12-month period on designated farmlands due to recent flood events is permitted in the Resource shoreline environment designation under SCC 30.67.540(2)(d).
(11) Structural flood protection and structural shoreline or bank stabilization measures are allowed only when non-structural measures would be inadequate as documented by a geotechnical report required pursuant to SCC 30.67.540(1) or 30.67.575(1). Structural shoreline bank stabilization is permitted only when the conditions in SCC 30.67.575(2)(b)(ii) are met, or conditionally permitted under SCC 30.67.575(2)(a)(ii) or 30.67.575(2)(b)(iii). If a flood protection structure is in or near the water, it must also meet the requirements for shoreline stabilization.
(20) Industrial uses and ports are subject to the requirements in SCC 30.67.550.
(21) Institutional uses are subject to the requirements in SCC 30.67.555.
(22) Mining is subject to the requirements in SCC 30.67.560.
(23) Pedestrian access is subject to the requirements in SCC 30.67.330.
(24) Recreation is subject to the requirements in SCC 30.67.565.
(25) Residential uses are subject to the requirements in SCC 30.67.570.
(27) Shoreline habitat restoration and enhancement are subject to the requirements of SCC 30.67.580. Notwithstanding SCC 30.67.430(2), shoreline habitat restoration or enhancement projects do not have to be identified on the use matrices in chapter 30.22 SCC to be permitted in shoreline jurisdiction.
(28) Transportation facilities are subject to the requirements of SCC 30.67.590.
(31) Moorage of houseboats used as a primary residence and live-aboard vessels are permitted only in legally-established marinas or in waters of the state subject to a lease or permission from the state Department of Natural Resources. See SCC 30.67.570(2)(g).
(32) Roads and bridges constructed for forest practices in accordance with Title 222 WAC are permitted in the Municipal Watershed Utility environment. Bridges constructed for forest practices in accordance with Title 222 WAC are permitted in the Aquatic environment except when the adjacent environment is designated Natural.
(33) Bridges are conditionally permitted in the Aquatic environment provided they are permitted or conditionally permitted in the adjacent upland environment.
(34) Mitigation banks are subject to the requirements in SCC 30.62A.550. Notwithstanding SCC 30.67.430(2), mitigation banks do not have to be identified on the use matrices in chapter 30.22 SCC to be permitted in shoreline jurisdiction.
(38) Floating homes permitted or legally established prior to January 1, 2011, are considered conforming uses. See SCC 30.67.450(1). (Added by Amended Ord. 12-025, June 6, 2012, Eff date July 27, 2012; Amended by Ord. 13-098, Dec. 11, 2013, Eff date May 27, 2014; Amended by Amended Ord. 19-020, July 3, 2019, Eff date Oct. 14, 2019).