A healthy ecosystem is essential for thriving Hood Canal communities

The Hood Canal Coordinating Council (HCCC) works with partners and communities to advance a shared regional vision to protect and recover Hood Canal's environmental, economic, and cultural wellbeing.

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Many programs and partners, one integrated approach to improve the health of the Hood Canal watershed:

For over 30 years, HCCC has collaborated as a council of governments with a regional focus, advancing strategic regional priorities in a way that a single jurisdiction cannot. HCCC and its partners continue to work together to protect Hood Canal under the unifying Integrated Watershed Plan

Learn more about our integrated approach 

See the results of our work at OurHoodCanal.org »

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HCCC uniquely works across jurisdictions for the common benefit of Hood Canal.


HCCC Board of Directors Meeting-CANCELED

Wed, 02/21/2018 -
1:00pm to 4:00pm

IWP Steering Committee

Thu, 02/22/2018 -
12:30pm to 3:30pm

Hood Canal Regional PIC Program - Guidance Group

Thu, 03/01/2018 -
12:30pm to 3:30pm


Request for Qualifications and Quotation for HCCC On-Call Land Surveying Services: Marine Shoreline and Tideland Expertise


The Hood Canal Coordination Council (HCCC) is seeking on-call land surveying services with special knowledge and expertise in marine shoreline and tideland survey and mapping. 

Assistance is needed in land survey and mapping of mitigation projects sites.

The land surveying services will be in support of the HCCC In-Lieu Fee Mitigation (ILF) Program which operates within the Hood Canal watersheds and tidelands in Kitsap, Jefferson and Mason Counties.

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Board Meeting Materials

HCCC Board of Directors Meeting Materials


In-Lieu Fee Mitigation Program Quarterly Report from 4th Quarter of 2017

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Where We Work

HCCC works across various boundaries under its many authorities.

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