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Property Management

  • Chapter 11 of the Right of Way Manual
  • Provides effective management and protection for all WSDOT controlled properties.
  • Insures the maximum return from all sales, rentals or leases.
  • Responsible for timely disposition of property that is not required for transportation purposes.
  • Eliminates hazards and public nuisances originating on or in, or caused by WSDOT owned lands or improvements.
  • Real Estate Services Application/Single Family Residential Supplement
    (docx 138kb)
  • Real Estate Services Guide to the Sale & Lease of WSDOT Owned Property (pdf 178kb)
  • Wireless Leasing
  • Wireless Lease Application with Process Instructions (doc 29kb)(pdf 28kb)
  • Please submit all requests, applications, and/or questions regarding WSDOT owned right of way, WSDOT radio sites, WSDOT owned structures such as a tower, monopole, building, bridge, sound wall, light standard, and utility pole to: WirelessRequests@wsdot.wa.gov
  • (1) WSDOT owned right of way, (2) WSDOT owned/operated radio site, (3) WSDOT-owned structures, such as tower, building, bridge, sound wall, light standard and utility pole, require a structural analysis performed at the applicants sole cost and expense. All structural analyses performed must show existing, if necessary, and proposed loads in accordance with the TIA-222-G Standard, Structure Classification III (3). WSDOT will review and work with the applicant to resolve loading requirements, if necessary. Should the complexity of the analysis require review by a WSDOT vendor, applicant shall incur those costs.

WSDOT Real Estate Services performs and coordinates all real estate transactions for the department, including auctions, and issues guidelines for all state agencies engaged in real estate activities covered by the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act.

Real Estate Services News

 
 
2014 Uniform Act (URA) Low Income Limits 
Effective December 18, 2013

The 2014 URA Low Income Limits, used in connection with rental assistance payment calculations under 49 CFR 24.402(b), have been issued with an effective date of December 18, 2013 (notified by FHWA today).

The 2014 Low Income Limits tables and guidance are available at:
http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/realestate/
ua/ualic.htm
 
All income calculations made on or after December 18, 2013 must use the 2014 tables. Additional information and guidance for making URA low income calculations are available on the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) web page at:
http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/realestate/
ua/ualic.htm


Please Note: The HUD Low Income Limits provide the flexibility for the Agency to round the income results for families of 8 or more to the either the nearest $50 or to use the actual number.

Whichever method the Agency chooses should be applied consistently. The FAQ provides an example of the flexibility at:
http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/realestate/
ua/ualicfaq.htm


WSDOT has elected to use the actual number.

For low income situations a copy of the HUD Low Income Limits spreadsheet is required to be part of your rent supplement package that is sent to HQ for review.

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