Colorado Regulatory Offices

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Omaha District
9307 South Wadsworth Blvd.
Littleton, CO 80128
(303) 979-4120

Colorado West Regulatory Branch
Albuquerque District
1970 East 3rd Avenue, Suite 109
Durango, CO 81301-5025
(970) 259-1764

Durango Office email: CESPA-RD-NM@usace.army.mil

Albuquerque District
400 Rood Avenue, Room 224
Grand Junction, CO 81501
(970) 243-1199

Southern Colorado Regulatory Office
Albuquerque District
201 West 8th Street, Suite 350
Pueblo, CO 81003
(719) 543-9459

Email: CESPA-RD-CO@usace.army.mil

 

Public Notices

  • NWO-2022-01409-DEN

    Expiration date: 2/28/2023

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, (Corps) is evaluating a mitigation bank development proposal by Michael and Cynthia O’Shaughnessy to establish the Horse Creek Wetland Mitigation Bank in Weld County, Colorado. The proposed Horse Creek Mitigation Bank would be a private, commercial wetland mitigation bank which would allow the bank sponsor to sell wetland credits within a defined service area. Wetland credits would be created through the restoration (re-establishment), enhancement, and preservation of existing wetlands at the project site. The wetland mitigation credits could be used to offset compensatory mitigation requirements associated with unavoidable impacts to waters of the United States authorized by Department of the Army (DA) permit requirements. This notice is to inform interested parties of the proposed activity and to solicit comments.

  • SPECIAL PUBLIC NOTICE: Virtual Regulatory Program Workshop on 30 March 2023

    Expiration date: 3/30/2023

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District, and Omaha District, will hold a virtual regulatory program workshop on Thursday, March 30, 2023, from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Topics will include the Revised Waters of the US final rule and Mitigation.
  • NWO-2022-00859-DEN

    Expiration date: 1/13/2023

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, (Corps) is evaluating a permit application to construct the Reynolds Landing project, which would result in the discharge of approximately 34,365 cubic yards of boulders, rip-rap and concrete fill material into 5.35 acres of waters of the United States, including wetlands, located adjacent to the South Platte River.