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Regulatory Office/ Permits

  • NWO-2021-01808-PIE

    Expiration date: 8/24/2022

    Great States Constructions, Inc. is proposing to permanently discharge fill material into 3.03- acres of wetlands in order to construct a storm water management pond, paved area, and a building associated with the Sioux Falls Distribution Center. Based on the available information, the overall project purpose is to provide a development for general distribution and light manufacturing in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The applicant’s project purpose, as stated in the application, is to establish a distribution center for general distribution and light manufacturing. The site is located southwest of the intersection of Marion Road and Interstate Highway 90, just outside the northwestern city limits of Sioux Falls and is comprised primarily of cultivated agricultural land. There are approximately 3.79 acres of wetlands within the project area.

  • Lower Brule North Ecosystem Restoration Draft Feasibility Report and Integrated Environmental Assessment

    Expiration date: 8/31/2022

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, is seeking public comments on the Lower Brule North Ecosystem Restoration Draft Feasibility Report and Environmental Assessment, until August 31, 2022. The purpose of this study is to evaluate alternatives for shoreline protection to reduce the continued loss of land which is threatening natural resources near the town of Lower Brule.

  • Special Public Notice for EMERGENCY PROCEDURES FOR PERMITTING IN MONTANA AND WYOMING FOR JUNE 2022 FLOODS

    Expiration date: 7/27/2022

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, (Corps) is issuing this public notice to inform members of the public of Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (Section 404) and Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 (Section 10). The Corps administers the permitting process for activities in waters of the United States and when activities occur over, in, or under a Section 10 water. This public notice explains when the Corps has jurisdiction over work or activities, what types of Department of Army (DA) permits are available, and how to apply for those permits. Specific emphasis is on emergencies and the permitting process for emergency activities in Montana and Wyoming. An “emergency” is a situation which would result in an unacceptable hazard to life, a significant loss of property, or an immediate, unforeseen, and significant economic hardship if corrective action requiring a permit is not undertaken within a time period less than the normal time needed to process the application under standard procedures. See 33 CFR 325.2(e)(4).

  • RGP-14-MT

    Expiration date: 7/15/2022

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), Omaha District proposes to reissue Regional General Permit (RGP) 14-MT for discharges of dredged or fill material into waters of the United States, including wetlands, and/or work or structures in navigable waters of the United States, to alleviate hazards to life and property during an emergency and/or to facilitate the remediation of sites that were damaged as a result of natural disaster conditions (e.g., flooding, fire, mud/rockslide) or in response to environmental hazards (e.g., wrecks, explosions, ruptures, spills of hazardous or other materials) in order to prevent the loss of life, significant property loss and significant economic hardship. This permit is applicable to all jurisdictional waters of the United States within the State of Montana, including, but not limited to, rivers, creeks, ditches, lakes, ponds, reservoirs, and wetlands. Certain waterways and aquatic resource types are given special consideration. The Corps proposes to reissue this RGP for a period of five (5) years. This RGP is being processed under the provisions of Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 (33 U.S.C. 403) and Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C. 1344). The District Commander is authorized to use an alternative procedure for evaluating permit applications for categories of activities that are substantially similar and will cause only minimal individual or cumulative impacts.

  • NWO-2011-00444-WEH

    Expiration date: 6/27/2022

    Western Sand and Gravel Company (WS&G) is proposing to expand and continue to mine sand and gravel at Riverside sand and gravel mine. WS&G is proposing to mine the 235-acre site in seven phases over 34 years. Phase 1, the first five years of mining, would occur in the north portion of the parcel, closest to the existing Sand Creek Mine mining operations. Phase 2, years 6 through 10, would continue mining to the east and south of Phase 1. Phase 3, years 11 through 15, would extend west of Phase 2. Phase 4, years 16 through 20, would continue mining to the west and south of Phase 3. Phase 5, years 21 through 25, would extend east of Phase 4. Phase 6, years 26 through 30, would extend south of Phase 4, and Phase 7 will mine the remainder of the parcel area through years 31 through 34. Over 34 years and 7 phases of development, Riverside WS&G mine will impact a total of 7.356 acres of wetlands.