| Lacey's Shoreline Jurisdiction
All development within the Shoreline Jurisdiction of the City of Lacey must be consistent with the policies of the Washington State Shoreline Management Act (SMA) and the City’s Shoreline Master Program (SMP). Full provisions of the SMP can be found in the Shoreline Master Program manual.
The Shoreline Master Program applies to:
The jurisdiction of this master program is “shorelines of the state”, which includes all "shorelines" and "shorelines of statewide significance", as defined in RCW 90.58.030.
The City of Lacey has authority over certain shorelines within its municipal boundaries. The shorelines the City regulates are:
1. Marine Waters:
A. Nisqually Reach
A. Chambers Lake
B. Hicks Lake
C. Long Lake
D. Pattison Lake
E. Southwick Lake
3. Streams and Floodplains:
A. Woodland Creek
Shoreline jurisdiction for "shorelines of statewide significance" shall include:
Those areas of Puget Sound between the ordinary high water mark and the line of extreme low tide as follows: Nisqually Delta from Dewolf Bight to Tatsolo Point.
Those shorelands associated with the above referenced areas.