US Army Corps of Engineers
Omaha District Website

Colorado Regulatory Offices

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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-2002-80323-DEN

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), Omaha District, is announcing the availability of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (Draft EIS) for the Halligan Water Supply Project (Halligan Project) and is evaluating a Department of the Army permit application and conceptual mitigation plan from the City of Fort Collins Utilities (Fort Collins), 700 Wood Street, Fort Collins, Colorado 80521. Permits are issued under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (Section 404), which regulates the placement of dredged or fill material in waters of the U.S. The Corps is neither a proponent nor an opponent of the proposed project.
  • NWO-2019-00474-DEN

    Expiration date: 12/20/2019

    The proposed Fort Morgan Mitigation Bank would be a private, commercial wetland mitigation bank which would allow the bank sponsor (Westervelt) to sell wetland mitigation credits within a defined service area. The wetland credits would be created through re-establishment of historic wetlands and restoration and enhancement of existing wetlands at the project site. The wetland mitigation credits would be used to offset compensatory mitigation requirements associated with impacts to waters of the U.S. authorized by Department of the Army (DA) permit requirements.

  • NWO-2019-01921-DEN

    Expiration date: 12/16/2019

    The Mile High Flood District is proposing stabilization and improvement activities along Green Acres tributary in order to create a high-functioning, low maintenance stream, capable of supporting increased flows from future development. Overall, the channel would be designed to improve channel stability and function by providing a more geomorphically appropriate channel within a large corridor. The project would permanently impact approximately 4,897 linear feet (0.24-acre) of Green Acres tributary and 0.54-acre of wetlands.