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Regulatory Office/ Permits

Regulatory Office/ Permits

  • NWO-1992-22001-RWY

    Expiration date: 4/19/2019

    The District Commander, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, 1616 Capitol Avenue, Suite 9000, Omaha, Nebraska 68102-9000 has issued Version 6 of Regional General Permit 199222002 (RGP 9202-06). The permit authorizes construction of boat ramps and attendant features in waters of the United States located in Wyoming pursuant to Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 and Section 404 of the Clean Water Act of 1972 (U.S.C. 1344).


    Expiration date: 9/19/2019

    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 Nebraska and South Dakota.

  • NWO-2018-1600-PIE

    Expiration date: 4/8/2019

    Springdale, LLC requests authorization to construct a residential and commercial area in southeast Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The project would consist of the construction of infrastructure to support the development of single-family residential units, multi-family units, and commercial land use. Infrastructure construction would include the construction of streets, storm sewer, electrical power, natural gas, communication, water, and sanitary sewer lines. The site would be graded to meet the elevation changes to provide positive flow of storm water. Excavation would occur to provide foundations for individual structures. Approximately 1.89 acres of wetlands would be impacted by the project. The Springdale, LLC development is a 57-acre parcel located southwest of the intersection of East 69th Street and South Southeastern Avenue in Section 13, Township 100 North, Range 50 West, Lincoln County, South Dakota.

  • RGP 9601-08

    Expiration date: 4/17/2019

    The District Engineer is proposing to reissue North Dakota’s Emergency Regional General Permit (RGP) for 5 years. The expiration date would be April 30, 2024. The RGP could authorize activities, such as: repair, construction and reconstruction of new and existing roads; temporary levee construction; levee repair; breach closures; bridge embankment repair; protection and /or repair of utility structures; placement of suitable rock and/or dirt fill for bank stabilization; and the construction of temporary drainage ditches to facilitate the removal of flood water, sheetwater, or excess water. The RGP cannot be used to authorize significant, permanent adverse impacts. It would be available for use statewide to authorize impacts to waters of the United States.

  • NWO-2019-00279-MTM

    Expiration date: 4/16/2019

    The discharge of fill into 16 wetlands for a total of 1.622 acres of wetland fill and the extension of three existing culverts on the existing stretch of track at MP 40.12, 40.51, and 40.98. Fill material will consist of three layers: subgrade soils, subballast gravels and ballast rock. The subballast layer will be a 3-inch diameter (minus) engineered gravel base course from a local supplier. The ballast rock is a railroad specific, washed, 2-inch diameter uniform-graded basaltic rock. Railroad track materials including rail, plates, spikes and crossties will be placed on top of the fill material. The culvert extension materials will be comprised of 42” or 30” diameter CMP pipe and small cast-in-place concrete collars, which will connect the new pipe to the existing pipes. There will not be any stream impacts associated with the siding construction.