FFTF Partner Projects

Floodplains for the Future partners are involved in numerous research and monitoring activities throughout the Puyallup Watershed. This page is dedicated to documenting the various sources of data collection efforts and making them available for others who work in our watershed.

Ground Water

WISKI Water Data - Groundwater at Dimond Parcel

Status: Ongoing

Scale and Extent: Clear Creek – Site Specific

Description: Data collection includes four groundwater monitoring wells. Well #1 includes elevation, temperature, and precipitation. Wells #2-4 contain elevation only. Temperature sensors will be added to wells #2-4 soon. This data consists of 15-minute continuous water elevation from November 2018.

More information can be found by contacting David Davis at Pierce County: david.davis@piercecountywa.gov

WISKI Water Data - Groundwater Elevation and Temperature at Clear Creek

Status: Planned. Installation in Summer 2019, analysis in November 2020.

Scale and Extent: Clear Creek

Description: Installation of a grid network of groundwater wells across the Clear Creek study area.

More information can be found by contacting Kristin Williamson with the South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group: kristinw@spsseg.org

Upper Clear Creek Mitigation Site

Status: Ongoing.

Scale and Extent: Port of Tacoma’s upper mitigation site.

Description: This study will confirm the performance monitoring of groundwater and support wetland mitigation design.

More information can be found by contacting Mark Rettmann with the Port of Tacoma: mrettmann@portoftacoma.com

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Each project tab includes contact information for that data collection effort. If you are looking for additional data or information, please get in touch with us.