US Army Corps of Engineers
Omaha District

Final Environmental Compliance Documents

Completed Omaha District Environmental Compliance Documents: 

Document Title Date Summary of Proposed action Decision Decision Date
Garrison Project - Lake Sakakawea Oil and Gas Management Plan November 2012             N/A N/A N/A
Command Regulation 1130-2-14 (Oil and Gas Policy) July 2014             N/A N/A N/A
PL 84-99 Emergency Levee Rehabilitation Program - Main Ditch 6, Hamburg, Iowa October 2013 Use structural responses to help the city of Hamburg remove the advance measure levee additions and repair drainage structures (phase 2), returning the levee to pre-disaster conditions. Finding of No Significant Impact October 2013
PL 84-99 Emergency Levee Rehabilitation Program - Revision to December 2011 Tiered Environmental Assessment September 2013 Implement levee repairs, including two large-scale levee setbacks, on the Missouri River Levee Unit L-575 under the authority of Public Law 84-99. Finding of No Significant Impact September 2013
Indian Cave Bend/Indian Cave Backwater Shallow Water Habitat Project September 2013 Create approximately 20 acres of shallow water habitat at Indian Cave State Park, located along the right descending bank of the Missouri River, between river miles 517.3 and 518.3, in Richardson County Nebraska.         Finding of No Significant Impact September 2013
Restoration of Emergent Sandbar Habitat Complexes in the Missouri River, North Dakota July 2013

Removal and prevention of vegetation on emergent sandbar habitat located within the Garrison River reach and headwaters of Lake Oahe, between river mile 1381.0 and 1278.0, along the boundaries of Mercer, McLean, Oliver, Burleigh, Morton, and Emmons Counties in North Dakota.

Finding of No Significant Impact July 2013
Restoration of Emergent Sandbar Habitat Complexes in the Missouri River, Nebraska and South Dakota April 2013

Removal and prevention of vegetation on emergent sandbar habitat located within the Fort Randall reach, Lewis and Clark Lake, and Gavins Point reach of the Missouri River.

Finding of No Significant Impact May 2013
Lower Little Sioux Bend Shallow Water Habitat Construction Project Final Project Implementation Report July 2011

Creating approx. 182 acres of shallow water habitat on the Lower Little Sioux reach of the Missouri River near the town of Little Sioux, Iowa between river miles 670.7 and 672.8 as part of the Missouri River Recovery Program. 

Finding of No Significant Impact July 2011
Control of Eurasian Watermilfoil - Fort Peck Project Area, Various Counties, Montana May 2011

Control the spread of Eurasian watermilfoil at the Fort Peck Project through the use of a combination of control options including herbicide applications, suction dredging, mechanical control, hand removal, and bottom barriers.

Finding of No Significant Impact May 2011
Hole-in-the-Rock Backwater Restoration Project, Thurston County, Nebraska August 2004

Dredging 8 to 9 acres to create backwater habitat for the benefit of a variety of wildlife including waterfowl, mammals, amphibians, reptiles, and aquatic species such as the endangered pallid sturgeon and other fish species.

Finding of No Significant Impact October 2004
Kansas and Nishnabotna Bends, Missouri River Bank Stabilization and Navigation Fish & Wildlife Mitigation Project December 2003

Re-open two remnant side channels (chutes) at Kansas Bend and Nishnabotna Bend along the right bank of the Missouri River between river miles 541 and 547 in Otoe and Nemaha Counties, Nebraska.

Finding of No Significant Impact January 2004
Middle Decatur Shallow Water Habitat Restoration Missouri River Fish and Wildlife Mitigation Project October 1995
Restoration of aquatic and terrestrial habitat along the Missouri River at Blackbird-Tieville-Decatur Bend in Nebraska and Iowa. Finding of No Significant Impact
October 1995
Louisville Bend State Wildlife Area Fish and Wildlife Habitat Rehabilitation Project February 1993

Mitigate for aquatic and terrestrial habitat losses that resulted from implementation of the Missouri River Bank Stabilization and Navigation Project at the Louisville Bend State Wildlife Area between river miles 681.7-685.4, approximately three miles west of Blencoe in Monona County, Iowa.

Finding of No Significant Impact February 1993

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