Communication Site Capitol Peak
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Communication Site Capitol Peak 
 


Capitol Peak Communication Site

Region Pacific Cascade 
Site Class 
Legal
Description
NW¼ SW¼, Section 12, Township 17 North, Range 4 East, W.M.
County Thurston 
Elevation 2,660 Feet 
Lattitude 46 Degrees 58 Minutes 23 Seconds, North 
Longitude 123 Degrees 08 Minutes 16 Seconds, West 
Buildings The department owns two buildings. There are three privately owned buildings.
Towers The department owns three towers. A 60’ and a 160’ tower service one building, a 160’ tower services the other building. There are five privately owned towers.
Power Service is available and provided by Puget Sound Energy. There are emergency generators in the DNR buildings.
Telephone Service is available and provided by Qwest.
Access The site has legal and physical access, which is gated. The road is a gravel forest road and is not plowed in the winter.
Coverage Extends south to Chehalis, north to Seattle, west to Grays Harbor, and east to the Cascade Mountains. Provides excellent coverage of I-5 corridor.
Coverage
Maps
155 MHz
Vicinity Map
NotesThere is state land available for development. Frequencies in use available upon request.

Capitol Peak Communication Site

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 Contacts

D Becker
Pacific Cascade Region, Communication Sites Manager
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
360-902-1392
d.becker@dnr.wa.gov

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