Olympic Peninsula Conservation Programs

Hoko River (or its Tributaries) Culvert Replacement

Program level:


Land use:

Agriculture, Forest


North Olympic Salmon Coalition

Benefits provided: 

Financial, free technical assistance

Water-focused program: 


Replace or repair a failing culvert.



If you live on the Hoko River or one of its tributaries and you have a culvert that is failing to pass water, we may be able to provide a free assessment to see if your culvert is a barrier to fish. If it is, it may be eligible for a free repair or replacement. This is part of a project that the Salmon Coalition is undertaking to prioritize fish passage barriers within the Hoko watershed.


Live on Hoko River or one of its tributaries.

Financial benefit: 

100% project cost

Contact information

Contact person: 

Olivia Vito


North Olympic Salmon Coalition

Phone number: 



Information last updated on December 1, 2020.

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