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  • NWO-2021-00697-DEN: Public Notice of the Proposed Reissuance of Colorado Regional General Permit 96

    Expiration date: 6/16/2021

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque and Omaha Districts (Corps), is proposing to reissue Regional General Permit (RGP) 96 for natural disaster mitigation and flood-related activities in the State of Colorado. This notice is to inform interested parties of the proposed reissuance of RGP 96 and to solicit comments.

  • NWO-1986-09168-BIS

    Expiration date: 6/9/2021

    The District Engineer is evaluating a permit application from the Burleigh County Water Resource District for a bank stabilization project at the McDowell Dam Recreation Area. The proposal includes stabilization of 300-350 linear feet of shoreline to protect a section of the existing pedestrian trail system. Approximately 418 cubic yards of rock would be utilized, with 140 cubic yards discharged below the Ordinary High Water Mark. Cumulative impacts require this application to be evaluated as an individual permit. The Recreation Area is located east of Bismarck in Section 27, Township 139 North, Range 79 West, Latitude 46.830319° North, Longitude -100.635535° West, Burleigh County, North Dakota.

  • SPA-2021-00064, Public Notice of Permit Issuance - Regional General Permit 5 – Ditch Related Activities in the State of Colorado

    Expiration date: 4/8/2021

    The purpose of this Regional General Permit (RGP) is to authorize discharges into ditches that have minimal individual or cumulative adverse effects on the aquatic environment but that do not qualify for the Clean Water Act section 404(f)(1)(C) exemption because of the recapture provision at section 404(f)(2) (see 33 CFR 323.4).

  • Special Public Notice: Navigable Waters Protection Rule Implementation in Colorado

    On April 21, 2020, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of the Army’s Navigable Waters Protection Rule: Definition of “Waters of the United States” was published in the Federal Register. Colorado subsequently filed an amended motion for a preliminary injunction requesting the United States District Court for the District of Colorado enjoin the EPA and the Department of the Army from implementing the Navigable Waters Protection Rule in the State of Colorado. On June 19, 2020, the district court stayed the effective date of the rule and enjoined the EPA and the Department of the Army to continue administering Section 404 of the Clean Water Act in Colorado under the then-current regulations. The district court’s determination to grant Colorado injunctive relief under the Navigable Waters Protection Rule expired on April 23, 2021. The Navigable Waters Protection Rule is now in effect in Colorado.

  • NWO-2011-01760-Teller

    Expiration date: 4/30/2021

    Project’s Short Description: The purpose of the proposed wetland mitigation project is to fulfill MARS’ obligation to provide 53.06 functional mitigation units (FMU) of compensatory wetland mitigation credit to offset permanent impacts to 7.88 acres (53.06 FMU) of palustrine emergent and scrub/shrub wetland within the Lower Clark Fork Watershed Service Area 3, within at least one of three areas (Spring Creek Area, Jones Parcel, Cattail Enhancement Area) within the project area.