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

Albuquerque District
1970 East 3rd Avenue, Suite 109
Durango, CO 81301-5025
(970) 259-1582

Colorado West Regulatory Branch
Sacramento District
1970 East 3rd Avenue, Suite 109
Durango, CO 81301-5025
(970) 259-1604

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

Southern Colorado Regulatory Office
Albuquerque District
200 South Santa Fe Ave., Suite 301
Pueblo, CO 81003
(719) 543-9459

Public Notices

  • NWO-2019-01429-DEN

    Expiration date: 8/27/2020

    Prosper Land Development is proposing to construct a residential development that includes realignment of an existing stream channel. The project, as proposed, will permanently impact 500 linear feet of the unnamed tributary to St. Vrain Creek and approximately 1.69-acre of emergent wetlands immediately abutting the tributary on the site.

  • Colorado Mitigation Procedures (COMP) v2

    Interested parties are hereby notified that the District Engineers for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), Albuquerque, Omaha, and Sacramento Districts, have approved the statewide use of the Colorado Mitigation Procedures (COMP) v2 within the State of Colorado. The COMP outlines the steps the Corps Districts in Colorado will take regarding compensatory mitigation evaluations and provides statewide predictability and consistency in the Corps’ compensatory mitigation determinations. Specifically, the COMP standardizes the Corps’ compensatory mitigation procedures for quantifying wetland and stream losses (debits) and compensatory mitigation (credits).

  • NWO-2020-00603-DEN

    Expiration date: 7/1/2020

    The Town of Castle Rock Utilities Department is proposing drainage improvement activities along the identified corridor of East Plum Creek, up- and downstream of Meadows Parkway, within the proposed Meadows development property. The project, as proposed, will permanently impact 2,300 linear feet (0.95-acre) of East Plum Creek, 200 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to East Plum Creek (0.04-acre) and 1.34 acres of abutting wetlands.