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Asbestos Forms & Resources

Forms and guidance documents

We have a variety of asbestos forms and resources to assist homeowners and businesses undertaking renovation and demolition projects. If you don’t find what you are looking for, please let us know. It’s also important to review the asbestos requirements for reno and demo projects first.

Property owners affected by the Gray and Oregon Rd Fires:

5/15/24 Notice: Asbestos surveys must be completed soon! After June 30th, disaster assistance funds for reimbursement, and surveys performed by Spokane County contractors will no longer be available. Considering the disaster declaration, we (SRCAA) allowed an extended timeframe for completing surveys. The potential health and safety concerns associated with unidentified asbestos in the debris cannot go unaddressed indefinitely. Please be considerate of your neighbors and community members and utilize funding opportunities while they are still available. If you removed your debris without getting a survey, you are still required to obtain a survey to ensure no asbestos was left behind. In June, SRCAA will begin issuing notices to property owners with a deadline to complete the asbestos survey. Not meeting the deadline may result in a monetary civil penalty.

Fact Sheet – Frequently-asked questions about Asbestos and Fire damaged structures
Disposal guidelines at Graham Road Landfill.


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Where might asbestos be in my home?

Asbestos containing materials may be present in homes of all ages, but it is most commonly found in homes built before 1980. The “popcorn ceiling” product is one of the most recognized forms of asbestos, but many other products may contain asbestos.

Learn more.