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Overview of APA Advice and Services
The Agency provides several types of service to landowners considering
new land use and development within the Park. These include:
advice: The Agency will provide a letter informing a landowner whether
a permit is needed for a new land use and development
or subdivision, or whether a variance is needed from the shoreline
standards of the Agency. In many cases the letter advises that
no permit or variance is needed. This determination is often helpful
in completing financing and other arrangements related to new development
in the Park.
• Wetland advice: The Agency will determine the location of regulated
wetlands on a property or the need for a wetland permit.
• Permit application: A landowner proposing new land use or development
who knows an Agency permit is required may initiate a permit application
without first receiving jurisdictional advice.
• Changes to the Park Plan map: Agency staff will advise on criteria,
boundaries, and the process for amendment of the Official map.
About the APA
Agency Members and Designees...
Agency Divisions, Units and Teams
Park Policy and Planning
Resource Analysis and Scientific Services (RASS)
Local Government Services