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Clallam County, Wash., funds by Interior, Department of

Listing $27,151,301.07 in stimulus funds from Interior, Department of for Clallam

Note: For some programs where states do not report where money will be distributed across the state, we do not have the allocation for individual counties. Those programs include: Medicaid, unemployment benefits and food stamps. Those amounts are included in the totals for where the state agency receiving that money is located.

Amount refers to both the amount of stimulus funding going toward the project and the face value of the loan.

Recipient Amount Description Federal Dept./Agency Date
LARKOR CONSTRUCTION CO INC $4,968,960 Olympic National Park, Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe LEKT) Wastewater Treatment System, Port Angeles, WA
This spending item is part of a $8,311,705 allocation. See details
National Park Service 9/02/2010
PRIMO CONSTRUCTION, INC. $3,706,084 To construct a new fish hatchery on the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Reservation. The new hatchery will help maintain existing Elwha River Fish stocks during removal of the Elwha and Glines Canyon dams and will produce coho, pink, and chum salmon and steelh
This spending item is part of a $16,502,618 allocation. See details
National Park Service 9/18/2009
MACRO-Z-TECHNOLOGY COMPANY $3,312,640 Olympic National Park, Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe LEKT) Wastewater Treatment System, Port Angeles, WA
This spending item is part of a $8,311,705 allocation. See details
National Park Service 9/02/2010
HARBOR OFFSHORE, INC. $1,863,033 Olympic National Park, WA NPI Outfall National Park Service 5/13/2010
PORT ANGELES, CITY OF $1,620,100 Environmental Quality and Protection Resource Management 1) Correct storm drainage problems in lieu of constructing a 430,000 gallon storage tank to prevent combined sewer overflow discharges. 2) Modify design and construction of the Dry Creek pedestrian bridge to support the Lower Elwha Klallam Trib... Show more National Park Service 5/07/2010
City of Port Angeles $1,620,100 Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance ARRA 14 1041 OLYM PMIS # 005375 Restore Elwha River Ecosystems and Fisheries Program National Park Service 5/05/2010
SAYBR CONTRACTORS, INC. $1,037,481 Olympic National Park: Boulder Creek Trail Rehabilitation National Park Service 5/14/2010
ROGNLIN'S, INC. $920,154 Supply and construct vaious elements to increase the capacity of the sanitary sewer treatment system within the Hoh Rainforest in Olympic National Park. The work includes removal of existing septic tanks, installation of new pumps, septic tanks, sanitary National Park Service 5/12/2010
ATKINS NORTH AMERICA, INC $750,248 RECOVERY CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES, LEKT FISH HATCHERY National Park Service 9/22/2009
SCARSELLA BROS. INC. $677,000 The Tribe has determined that use of Stratton Road in its existing substandard configuration poses an unacceptable risk to the health and safety of all traffic on the road and must be upgraded before heavy construction traffic commences. The Tribe will w
This spending item is part of a $724,000 allocation. See details
National Park Service 6/25/2009
ATKINS NORTH AMERICA, INC $578,358 CM Services OLYM LEKT Wastewater Collection Project National Park Service 5/13/2010
CTS NORTHWEST, INC. $563,922 More reliable power system for the Parks Department at Hurrican Ridge National Park Service 5/11/2010
JAMESTOWN S'KLALLAM TRIBE $545,772 Highway Planning and Construction Installation of .2 miles of guardrail and associated bank stabilization along Highway 101 adjacent to Jamestown S'Klallam Tribal land. Additional funding in the amount of $453,600 from ARRA re-distribution was awarded on September 29, 2010. The project Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 1/14/2010
CHEROKEE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, LLC $450,813 Reconstruct levee on Elwha River National Park Service 8/20/2009
SAYBR CONTRACTORS, INC. $450,783 Construction of an 8 inch water main, Olympic National Park Port Angeles, WA National Park Service 7/17/2009
LOWER ELWHA TRIBE COMMUNITY COUNCIL $441,618 The project has several different activities occurring that include the following: Acct 155: Paving Elwha Valley Road from station 41+00 to Station 70+00. and installation of the forcemain pipe from station 41+00 to 86+00. THIS WORK HAS BEEN COMPLETED.
This spending item is part of a $1,044,997 allocation. See details
National Park Service 5/07/2010
WATERSHED ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LLC $409,110 The purpose of this project is to replace the existing culvert with a bottomless fish friendly culvert for permanent fish passage. The present culvert is a barrier for fish passage. This has affected the endangered Bull Trout species. This new culvert
This spending item is part of a $776,512 allocation. See details
National Park Service 5/05/2010
RAZZ CONSTRUCTION, INC. $379,127 C9512090116, Olympic National Park Bridge Rehabilitation National Park Service 4/20/2010
MAX J. KUNEY COMPANY $356,501 The purpose of this project is to replace the existing culvert with a bottomless fish friendly culvert for permanent fish passage. The present culvert is a barrier for fish passage. This has affected the endangered Bull Trout species. This new culvert
This spending item is part of a $776,512 allocation. See details
National Park Service 5/05/2010
MAKAH TRIBAL COUNCIL $286,893 Highway Planning and Construction Construction of guardrail replacement of 2.1 miles on Bayview Avenue on the Makah Indian Reservation. This is a safety project. Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 5/19/2010
MAKAH TRIBAL COUNCIL $286,893 Highway Planning and Construction A new safety project utilizing remaining funds. Along the same 2.1 miles of Bayview Avenue on the Makah Indian Reservation, we will install permanent pavement marking, white and yellow plastic line and recessed pavement markers. Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 5/19/2010
MAKAH TRIBAL COUNCIL $211,162 Road Maintenance_Indian Roads Chip Seal of Backtrack Road Route 0016 on the Makah Indian Reservation, Washington. Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 3/15/2010
MARK E RAMSEY, INC $204,158 Provide all supervision, labor, materials, tools equipment and transportation necessary to replace cedar shake and standing seam metal roofing on eleven structures, one with the supply and installation of a photovoltaic system on one of the eleven structu
This spending item is part of a $242,820 allocation. See details
National Park Service 5/01/2010
City of Port Angeles $150,786 Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance ARRA 14 1041 OLYM PMIS # 005375 Restore Elwha River Ecosystems and Fisheries Program National Park Service 3/10/2010
LOWER ELWHA TRIBE COMMUNITY COUNCIL $141,000 Cooperative agreement between the USFWS and Lower Elwha Tribe to construct and obtain the necessary permits to to install a fish management weir in the Elwha River for the purposes of monitoring and ennumerating adult salmon returns to the Elwha River. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 7/23/2009
QUILEUTE TRIBAL SCHOOL $132,500 Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies, Recovery Act Improve teaching and learning for students most at risk of failing to meet State academic standards. Update: Increased Teacher Effectiveness as the identified prority. Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 1/13/2010
QUILEUTE TRIBAL COUNCIL $123,312 Highway Planning and Construction Overlay Project of 0.7 miles on Cemetery Road on the Quileute Indian Reservation, Washington. Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 5/24/2010
LOWER ELWHA TRIBE COMMUNITY COUNCIL $107,294 Highway Planning and Construction ARRA award provides funding to complete Environmental Permitting and Final Design for safety improvements to the access between the Lower Elwha Health Clinic and State Route 101, including coordination with Washington State Department of Transportation fo Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 12/24/2009
LOWER ELWHA TRIBE COMMUNITY COUNCIL $107,294 Highway Planning and Construction Award provides funding to complete Environmental Permitting and Final Design for saftery improvments to the intersection between the Lower Elwha Health Clinic and Washington State Route 101, including coordination with Wahsington State Department of Trans Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 12/24/2009
B.C. SCHMIDT CONSTRUCTION, INC. $76,333 Construction services to meet the requirements to render the mine sites safe and the declines, shafts, and adit underground pathways inaccessible to the publice by means of utilizing a bat gate design. Project includes all necessary project design and man National Park Service 4/01/2010
HDR ENGINEERING, INC. $72,174 The purpose of this project is to Replace Griff Creek Culvert at Olympic Hot Springs Road, Olympic National Park. The project includes the removal of an existing culvert that routes Griff Creek under Olympic Hot Springs Road. The existing culvert does n National Park Service 9/03/2009
BLYTHE PLUMBING & HEATING, INC. $65,756 ARRA Rehabilitate valves and water pipeline at Makah National Fish Hatchery, Neah Bay, WA. Replace various valves and perform maintenance on its aging plumbing system.
This spending item is part of a $89,593 allocation. See details
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 3/24/2010
BURTON CONSTRUCTION, INC. $60,914 Provide planning, design and construction services in accordance with USFWS Region 1 & 8 General Engineering Requirements, as further defined and expanded upon in the solicitation and its amendments, to repair or replace, as needed, the main electric serv
This spending item is part of a $334,341 allocation. See details
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 9/21/2009
URS GROUP, INC. $55,177 Engineering support during construction, including answering Contractor requests for information (RFIs), reviewing product and material information provided by the Contractor (submittals) and preparing record Drawings for the Nippon Paper Industries Water National Park Service 6/08/2010
SAYBR CONTRACTORS, INC. $54,608 on site assessment of water pump and control panel at Makah National Fish Hatchery located in Neah Bay, WA - Prepare annotated recommendation for repair or replacement of pump and control panel U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 12/10/2009
HDR ENGINEERING, INC. $47,615 A&E services during Xonstruction and Construction Management Services for the Griff Creek Replacement at Olympic National Park (OLYM) National Park Service 4/29/2010
PARAMETRIX, INC. $47,000 The Tribe has determined that use of Stratton Road in its existing substandard configuration poses an unacceptable risk to the health and safety of all traffic on the road and must be upgraded before heavy construction traffic commences. The Tribe will w
This spending item is part of a $724,000 allocation. See details
National Park Service 6/25/2009
Achtens Quality Roofing $44,850 ARRA Reroof low slope of hatchery building at Makah, Neah Bay, Wa. Remove and Dispose of Old Roof at Low Slope Section of Hatchery Building. Install New Roof at Low Slope Section of Hatchery Building
This spending item is part of a $60,600 allocation. See details
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 3/24/2010
QUILEUTE TRIBAL SCHOOL $35,640 Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies, Recovery Act Improve teaching and learning for students most at risk of failing to meet State and academic achievement standards. We will use these funds to employ a School-Wide Math and Reading Data Coordinator Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 8/01/2011
POST BUCKLEY SCHUH & JERNIGAN INC $31,605 RECOVERY - CM SERVICES FOR OLYM, ELWHA HEIGHTS WATERLINE OLYM 005375 National Park Service 8/10/2009
LCC-MZT TEAM II $30,105 Olympic National Park, Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe LEKT) Wastewater Treatment System, Port Angeles, WA
This spending item is part of a $8,311,705 allocation. See details
National Park Service 9/02/2010
POST BUCKLEY SCHUH & JERNIGAN INC $24,163 CM Services Westside Levee - Olympic National Park National Park Service 5/10/2010
CHEROKEE GENERAL CORPORATION $23,837 ARRA Rehabilitate valves and water pipeline at Makah National Fish Hatchery, Neah Bay, WA. Replace various valves and perform maintenance on its aging plumbing system.
This spending item is part of a $89,593 allocation. See details
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 3/24/2010
ZENOVIC & ASSOCIATES INC $20,768 To construct a new fish hatchery on the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Reservation. The new hatchery will help maintain existing Elwha River Fish stocks during removal of the Elwha and Glines Canyon dams and will produce coho, pink, and chum salmon and steelh
This spending item is part of a $16,502,618 allocation. See details
National Park Service 9/18/2009
Schmitts Sheet Metal Inc $18,656 To construct a new fish hatchery on the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Reservation. The new hatchery will help maintain existing Elwha River Fish stocks during removal of the Elwha and Glines Canyon dams and will produce coho, pink, and chum salmon and steelh
This spending item is part of a $16,502,618 allocation. See details
National Park Service 9/18/2009
CHEROKEE GENERAL CORPORATION $15,750 ARRA Reroof low slope of hatchery building at Makah, Neah Bay, Wa. Remove and Dispose of Old Roof at Low Slope Section of Hatchery Building. Install New Roof at Low Slope Section of Hatchery Building
This spending item is part of a $60,600 allocation. See details
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 3/24/2010
BOOMER & BANG-BANG'S TREE SERVICE $10,900 The purpose of this project is to replace the existing culvert with a bottomless fish friendly culvert for permanent fish passage. The present culvert is a barrier for fish passage. This has affected the endangered Bull Trout species. This new culvert
This spending item is part of a $776,512 allocation. See details
National Park Service 5/05/2010
HDR ENGINEERING, INC. $6,567 Olympic National Park (OLYM) NPI Outfall Miscellaneous Meetings and Tasks National Park Service 4/20/2010
NORTHWESTERN TERRITORIES INC $3,500 Hatchery Building Seismic Safety Upgrades. Upgrades include seismic and acial load improvements, exiting, electtical and fire alarm improvements, energy efficiency improvements for lighting and exterior windows, removal of architectural barriers for ABA
This spending item is part of a $607,549 allocation. See details
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 3/12/2010
LOWER ELWHA TRIBE COMMUNITY COUNCIL $2,287 Environmental Quality and Protection Resource Management The project has several different activities that are funded, they include the following: Acct 155) Paving Elwha Valey Road from station 41+00 to Station 70+00 and installation of the forcemain pipe from station 41+00 to station 86+00 (Complete... Show more
This spending item is part of a $1,044,997 allocation. See details
National Park Service 5/07/2010
LOWER ELWHA TRIBE COMMUNITY COUNCIL $0 The Tribe has determined that use of Stratton Road in its existing substandard configuration poses an unacceptable risk to the health and safety of all traffic on the road and must be upgraded before heavy construction traffic commences. The Tribe will w
This spending item is part of a $724,000 allocation. See details
National Park Service 6/25/2009