Williams Gas Pipeline’s proposed 16-inch natural gas line would be built in the western portion of Snohomish County.
The pipeline would connect with an existing pipeline south of 44th Street and east of 127th Avenue NE near Lake Stevens. From that point, the pipeline would travel west and southwest about 2.7 miles to a power-line corridor that parallels Highway 9.
The pipeline would then proceed south, paralleling the power line for about 5,300 feet, before turning west and south for another 1,300 feet before turning west just north of the Black Rock Hills subdivision. From there the route would proceed west toward the Snohomish River flood plain.
The proposed route crosses Sunnyside Boulevard about 1,500 feet south of its intersection with Soper Hill Road, then enters the flood plain.
From there, the route would run south and west across Ebey Steamboat and Union sloughs to I-5. Once across I-5, the pipeline would proceed north and east under the Snohomish River and then northwest under Highway 529 to the location of the proposed natural gas-fired power plant in Everett.
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