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picture Critical Areas Protection
Much of the City's regulations for critical area preservation are mandated by the Growth Management Act and adopted in the City's Comprehensive Plan and Woodinville Municipal Code. Learn how the City values its natural resources and what you can do to help us preserve them.
picture Non-Motorized Transportation
Non-motorized transportation contributes to the quality of life in Woodinville. Read about how the City encourages development to create "within walking distance" opportunities.
picture Recycling
Looking to get rid of an old appliance? Curious about composting? Learn about the City's recycling program and mark your calendar for city and area recycling events.
picture Storm Water Management
The City's surface water management program identifies, prevents and manages the impacts of development on water runoff like flooding, erosion, pollution, and low stream flows.
picture Tree Care & Preservation
The City strongly encourages tree preservation because of the environmental benefits of an urban forest. Learn about tree care and the City's rules for preservation.
   

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