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Regulatory Office/ Permits

  • NWO-2015-0767-BIS

    Expiration date: 1/12/2019

    The Corps of Engineers is evaluating the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)/North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the US Highway 85, I-94 Interchange at Belfield to Watford City Bypass Project and determined there was a need for a standalone 404(b)(1) Analysis. this notice is to inform interested parties of the availability of the document and solicit comments.

  • NWO-2014-1468-BIS

    Expiration date: 1/7/2019

    The Omaha District is evaluating a permit application from the Souris River Joint Board to replace the Colton Avenue Bridge crossing the Souris (Mouse) River in Burlington, North Dakota as another component of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Plan (MREFPP).

  • NWO-2012-01895-WEH_phase 3

    Expiration date: 12/19/2018

    The Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) proposes to expand approximately 10.0 miles of United States Highway 30 (US-30) from a two-lane highway to a four-lane expressway. The current proposed project, Phase 3 - North Bend to Fremont, is the third and final phase of the Schuyler to Fremont US-30 project. The project would begin where the Phase 2 - Rogers to North Bend segment ends near County Road 11 and approximately 200 feet south of County Road S. From this point, Phase 3 would continue east for 10 miles where it converges with the US-30/US-77 interchange.

  • NWO-2018-00533-DEN

    Expiration date: 12/21/2018

    Urban Drainage & Flood Control District is proposing stream stabilization on a segment of Cherry Creek located between South Quebec Street and Iliff Drive.

  • NWO-2017-00037-WEH

    Expiration date: 11/28/2018

    Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District - he proposed project would place 199,684 cubic yards of clean earthen fill to construct an earthen dam and auxiliary spillway, known as Pigeon/Jones Creek Dam Site 12A (PJ-12A). The earthen dam would be approximately 895 feet long by 360 feet wide by 61 feet tall, and would create a reservoir approximately 35 acres in size. The crest will be 14 feet wide at the highest elevation of 1,311 feet above mean sea level (msl). A 200-foot wide auxiliary spillway having a crest elevation of 1,303 feet above msl is planned for the east abutment. The permanent pool elevation will be at 1,286 feet above msl. The principal spillway will be a 60-inch diameter, reinforced concrete pipe located perpendicular to the centerline of the dam. The permanent pool is set at an elevation to capture 264.8 acre feet of sediment over a 100-year period. The dam and impoundment are intended to provide sediment storage and grade control for the Pigeon and Jones Creek watersheds.