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Public Notices

  • NWO-2017-00462-WEH

    Expiration date: 4/12/2021

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Omaha District, is announcing the availability of the Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the U.S. Highway 275 (US-275) West Point to Scribner Expressway Project (Project) and is evaluating a Department of the Army permit application from the Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT). Permits are issued under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act, which regulates the placement of dredged or fill material in the Nation’s waters, and Section 14 of the Rivers and Harbors Act, which regulates federal civil works projects such as levees.

  • Special Public Notice

    On January 13, 2021, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) published a final rule in the Federal Register (86 FR 2744) announcing the reissuance of 12 existing nationwide permits (NWPs) and 4 new NWPs, as well as the reissuance of NWP general conditions and definitions with some modifications. These 16 NWPs will go into effect on March 15, 2021, and will expire on March 14, 2026.

  • NWO-2017-01041-WEH

    Expiration date: 3/18/2021

    Papio-Missouri River NRD - The project consists of constructing a regional detention basin (Dam) within the West Papillion Creek Watershed, known as WP-4. The structure would be an earthen embankment approximately 770 feet in length and 26 feet high. The principle spillway pool area would be 17.3 acres at elevation 1223’. The project also includes the construction of two water quality basins, one located on the future Schram Road embankment and a second located on the southern tributary to Wehrspann Creek. The construction will impact a total of 0.11 acre of wetlands, consisting of permanently filling 0.010 acre of PEMA/C riverine channel wetlands and permanently inundating 0.10 acre of PEMA/C riverine channel wetlands. The construction will permanently fill a total of 840 linear feet of Wehrspann Creek and will permanently inundate a total of 2,998 linear feet of Wehrspann Creek.