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We want your input

A public comment period is now open. We want your input to help inform decisions on conducting HEAL Act required Environmental Justice assessments and how we communicate and engage with you. Please comment online via the survey linked below. Also, reach out with comments or questions via mail, email, or phone calls through the contact information below.

El periodo de comentarios públicos está disponible ahora. Queremos que sus comentarios ayuden a informar las decisiones sobre la realización de las evaluaciones de justicia ambiental requeridas por la Ley HEAL y cómo nos comunicamos e interactuamos con usted. Comente en línea a través de la encuesta vinculada a continuación. Además, comuníquese con comentarios o preguntas por correo, correo electrónico o llamadas telefónicas a través de la información de contacto a continuación.

We welcome your comments and thoughts about:

  • The above list of significant agency actions.
  • Other types of WSDOT actions you think would benefit from an Environmental Justice assessment starting in 2025.
  • How you want to stay informed as WSDOT does this work.

While this comment period is open through June 12, 2023, we invite you to reach out to us at any time. We will use your input to help inform decisions on conducting Environmental Justice assessments and how we communicate and engage with you.

Our commitment

Our mission is to provide safe, reliable and cost-effective transportation options to improve communities and economic vitality for people and businesses. As the steward of the statewide multimodal transportation system, WSDOT understands the effects that transportation infrastructure has had on overburdened communities and vulnerable populations.

Community engagement is central to the environmental justice assessment process, and we want to hear from you. WSDOT is excited to begin this new process and work with community-based organizations, Tribes and individuals across the state to inform and improve our agency decisions.

We offer free language services about our programs and services for people whose primary language is not English. To request these services, or to learn more about what we can provide, contact William Golding (information below).

Comment online

Comment by mail

William Golding
Office of Equity and Civil Rights
P.O. Box 47314
Olympia, WA 98504-7314


William Golding
Environmental Justice and Healthy Environment for All (HEAL) Act Lead or
564-669-4437 or 360-705-7090 (Office of Equity and Civil Rights)