US Army Corps of Engineers
Omaha District

Fact Sheet Manager

  • Wyoming NWP General Conditions

    Contents adapted from the Federal Register (Volume 77, Number 34) published Feb. 21, 2012. Ensure you have the latest information regarding nationwide permits by checking for updates or corrections at: http://www.usace.army.mil/Missions/CivilWorks/RegulatoryProgramandPermits/NationwidePermits.aspx To qualify for NWP authorization, the prospective permittee must comply with the following general conditions, as applicable, in addition to any regional or case-specific conditions imposed by the division engineer or district engineer.
  • Nationwide Permit Definitions

    A listing of terms and definitions used frequently within Nationwide Permitting policies and processes.
  • Omaha District Contracting Forecast

    The Forecast Contracting Opportunities for the Omaha District is provided for informational purposes only. Publication of this list does not constitute a commitment or activation of Omaha District's acquisition process. Formal request for proposals and invitation for bids will be publicized on the Federal Business Opportunity website in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
  • Montana Nationwide Permit 27 Checklist

    This checklist provides assistance to applicants whose aquatic resource restoration projects in Montana are potentially authorized by Nationwide Permit 27 for STREAM AND WETLAND RESTORATION ACTIVITIES. Inclusion of applicable items from the following informational checklist will expedite review of your project.
  • Montana Wetland Boundary Verification Checklist

    All applications for Permits from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers must include a delineation of special aquatic sites, including delineations of wetland boundaries. The content of acceptable wetland delineations is listed below. The same information is required if you are requesting verification of a wetland boundary in conjunction with pre-application reviews.
  • Flood Repairs at Missouri River Mainstem Dam Projects

    More than 100 repair projects have been identified at the Missouri River Mainstem projects (dams and bank stabilization and navigation project) and associated infrastructure. Projects include repairing spillway gates, outlet works, scour areas, work recreational facilities, roads and other flood control structures that were damaged during the Missouri River Flood of 2011. The estimated cost of making these repairs totals $234 million.
  • Prohibited / Restricted Materials

    A recent review of the October 2011 Public Notice identified a need for some minor clarifications and corrections regarding discharges of specified materials into waters of the United States under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act within the Omaha District. The prohibitions and restrictions are described within this public notice.
  • Geocaching at Fort Randall

    What is geocaching? Geocaching is an outdoor activity that involves a person placing an item or
  • Levee Safety Action Classification

    The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) works with stakeholders to assess, communicate, and manage
  • Ice Fishing Access Policy

    Licensed, Motorized Vehicles must use existing authorized public roads for entering and leaving ice fishing access areas. Some public roads often drift closed with snow and will not be plowed open. In these instances, operating a motor vehicle off-road to obtain access is not allowed.