US Army Corps of Engineers
Omaha District

Public Notices

  • NWO-2018-01710-WEH

    Expiration date: 8/20/2019

    Lyman Richey Corporation proposes a new sand and gravel mining operation on the RNM property located west of Valley, Nebraska in northeast Douglas County. The proposed project would occur in four phases over 21 years and result in the discharge of fill material into waters of the United States, including wetlands. Impacts are divided into each phase of the project and are listed below. Phase 1—Years one to five—A total of 6.27 acres of PEMA/C riverine floodplain wetlands will be impacted by Phase 1. Phase 2—Years six to ten—A total of 5.44 acres of PEMA/C riverine floodplain wetlands will be impacted by Phase 2. Phase 3—Years eleven to fifteen—A total of 4.84 acres of PEMA/C riverine floodplain wetland will be impacted by Phase 3. Phase 4—Years sixteen to twenty-one—A total of 7.39 acres of PEMA/C riverine floodplain wetlands and 3,810 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Western Sarpy Ditch will be impacted by Phase 4. If a permit decision is made to authorize, the permit would be evaluated every 5 years in order to address any changes to the project, which may include but is not limited to, impacts, mitigation, endangered species, or jurisdiction.

  • NWO-1989-23005-WEH

    Expiration date: 8/9/2019

    General Public - This GP will authorize filling activities associated with the construction of temporary and permanent hunting blinds, the excavation of small, temporary ponds and the clearing of vegetation from islands in association with the construction of hunting blinds.

  • NWO-1998-20005-WEH_Amendment4

    Expiration date: 7/28/2019

    General Public, Government Agencies - GP 98-05 - In accordance with Title 33 CFR 325.5(c) as published November 13, 1986, in the Federal Register, Volume 51, Number 219, the District Engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District proposes to amend an established regional general permit (GP) for the placement of fill material in waters of the United States in conjunction with the maintenance of man-made lakes, impoundments and ponds. Permitted activities involve sediment control, shoreline stabilization and fish & wildlife habitat improvement in the State of Nebraska under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. Section 404 regulates the discharge of dredged or fill material in the nation's waters. This amendment will 1) clarify the types of material that may be used in the construction of authorized structures;2) clarify the types of structures that may be authorized; 3) eliminate the need to coordinate with agencies prior to permit verification; 4) clarify the mitigation requirements.