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The Okanogan County Public Utility District No.1 provides power to the development through an underground, 3-phase network.

Telecommunications to the development is provided by Century Link Commnunications.

Fiberoptic Communications:
Okanogan County P.U.D No.1 has provided a 144 strand fiberoptic cable adjacent to the development, along copple Road.

Sanitary Sewer:
The development is served by 8" diameter PVC sanitary sewer pipelines.

Storm Drainage:
All storm runoff is retained and disposed of on site. Retention/Detention ponds and dry wells allow for filtration and treatment of runoff prior to entry into the ground.

All internal streets are designed and built to City of Omak standards.

All of North Omak Business Park is zoned Light Industrial.

Omak municipal Airport is approximately three miles northwest of the development. It is the third largest airport in North Central Washington. With a runway of 4,654 feet in length and 150 feet wide, it can accommodate large aircraft (400,000 lb)

Omak is served by US Highway 97, State Highways 20, 155 and 17. A local short line railroad runs from Oroville, Washington to Wenatchee, Washington, connecting with the Burlington Northern-Santa Fe Railroad in Wenatchee.