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  • PUBLIC NOTICE FOR FINAL REGIONAL CONDITIONS ON THE 2017 NATIONWIDE PERMITS IN TEXAS

    On January 6, 2017, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) published notice in the Federal Register announcing the reissuance of Nationwide Permits (NWPs), general conditions, and definitions with some modifications. The NWPs became effective on March 19, 2017, and will expire on March 18, 2022. On March 28, 2017, the Southwestern Division Engineer approved regional conditions for the NWPs in Texas. These conditions apply to all activities authorized by NWPs. Regional conditions provide additional protections for the aquatic environment by ensuring that the NWPs authorize only those activities with minimal adverse effects on the aquatic environment.

  • PUBLIC NOTICE FOR FINAL REGIONAL CONDITIONS ON THE 2017 NATIONWIDE PERMITS IN NAVAJO NATION

    On January 6, 2017, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) published the notice in the Federal Register announcing the reissuance of all 50 existing nationwide permits (NWPs), general conditions, and definitions with some modifications. The Corps also issued two new NWPs, one new general condition, and five new definitions. The 2017 NWPs will be effective on March 19, 2017, and expire on March 18, 2022. The Albuquerque District finalized regional conditions for the 2017 NWPs in Navajo Nation on March 19, 2017. The Navajo Nation regional conditions provide additional protection for important aquatic resources in Navajo Nation and ensure that NWPs authorize only those activities with minimal adverse effects on the aquatic environment.

  • PUBLIC NOTICE FOR NEW NATIONWIDE PERMIT PRE-CONSTRUCTION NOTIFICATION FORM AND INSTRUCTIONS

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), South Pacific Division (SPD), developed a new pre-construction notification form and instructions in accordance with general condition 32 of the 2017 nationwide permits, including certain state regional conditions. Completion of the form is optional when pre-construction notification to the Corps is required. The form is provided as a public service to assist applicants in providing the information required in a pre-construction notification in an efficient and effective manner, however, applicants may provide the required information in any format they choose. Please contact the Corps office with responsibility for the area of your particular project for more information.

  • PUBLIC NOTICE FOR FINAL REGIONAL CONDITIONS ON THE 2017 NATIONWIDE PERMITS IN COLORADO

    On January 6, 2017, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) published the notice in the Federal Register announcing the reissuance of all 50 existing nationwide permits (NWPs), general conditions, and definitions with some modifications. The Corps also issued two new NWPs, one new general condition, and five new definitions. The 2017 NWPs will be effective on March 19, 2017, and expire on March 18, 2022. The Albuquerque, Sacramento, and Omaha Districts finalized regional conditions for the 2017 NWPs in the state of Colorado on March 19, 2017. The Colorado regional conditions provide additional protection for important aquatic resources in the state and ensure that NWPs authorize only those activities with minimal adverse effects on the aquatic environment.

  • PUBLIC NOTICE FOR FINAL REGIONAL CONDITIONS ON THE 2017 NATIONWIDE PERMITS IN NEW MEXICO

    On January 6, 2017, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) published the notice in the Federal Register announcing the reissuance of all 50 existing nationwide permits (NWPs), general conditions, and definitions with some modifications. The Corps also issued two new NWPs, one new general condition, and five new definitions. The 2017 NWPs will be effective on March 19, 2017, and expire on March 18, 2022. The Albuquerque District finalized regional conditions for the 2017 NWPs in the state of New Mexico on March 19, 2017. The New Mexico regional conditions provide additional protection for important aquatic resources in the state and ensure that NWPs authorize only those activities with minimal adverse effects on the aquatic environment.