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  • Post-Flood Permitting - SD

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers understands that during a flood emergency and times of imminent danger landowners may decide to do what they determine is necessary to protect their property. Where possible, it is imperative for the public to contact the USACE South Dakota Regulatory Office (605) 224-8531 for work in waters of the U.S. associated with flood protection and repair work performed in waters of the U.S.
  • Post-Flood Permitting - NE

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers understands that during a flood emergency and times of imminent danger landowners may decide to do what they determine is necessary to protect their property. Where possible, it is imperative for the public to contact the USACE Nebraska Regulatory Office at (402) 896-0896 for work in waters of the U.S. associated with flood protection and repair work performed in waters of the U.S for flood damaged areas within the State of Nebraska and the Omaha District.
  • Post-Flood Permitting - WY

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers understands that during a flood emergency and times of imminent danger landowners may decide to do what they determine is necessary to protect their property. Where possible, it is imperative for the public to contact the USACE Wyoming Regulatory Office (307) 772-2300 for work in waters of the U.S. associated with flood protection and repair work performed in waters of the U.S.
  • Post-Flood Permitting - ND

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers understands that during a flood emergency and times of imminent danger landowners may decide to do what they determine is necessary to protect their property. Where possible, it is imperative for the public to contact the USACE North Dakota Regulatory Office (701) 255-0015 for work in waters of the U.S. associated with flood protection and repair work performed in waters of the U.S.
  • Post-Flood Permitting - MT

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers understands that during a flood emergency and times of imminent danger landowners may decide to do what they determine is necessary to protect their property. Where possible, it is imperative for the public to contact the USACE Montana Regulatory Office (406) 441-1375 for work in waters of the U.S. associated with flood protection and repair work performed in waters of the U.S.
  • Post-Flood Permitting - CO

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers understands that during a flood emergency and times of imminent danger landowners may decide to do what they determine is necessary to protect their property. Where possible, it is imperative for the public to contact the USACE Denver Regulatory Office (303) 979-4120 for work in waters of the U.S. associated with flood protection and repair work performed in waters of the U.S for flood damaged areas within the State of Colorado and the Omaha District.