• May

    408-NA0-2022-0042; Hampton University, Katharine House Replacement Project

    Interested parties are hereby notified that a request for permission to alter a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) project pursuant to Section 14 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 (33 U.S.C. Section 408) has been received and will be evaluated by the Norfolk District.  Written comments, including any objections to the proposed alteration, stating reasons therefore, are being solicited from anyone having an interest in the requested alteration. Comments are due by May 27, 2022. 
  • NAO-2021-03080; VMRC 22-V0932 (Washington DC-Richmond area corridor)

    Kalahari Virginia, LLC has proposed to construct a resort and convention center along the Washington DC-Richmond area corridor. The proposed project would include outdoor and indoor water parks, convention center, hotel, storm water management structures, outdoor pool/amenity area, maintenance building, employee housing, internal roads, and parking. The project would permanently impact 0.04 acre of palustrine forested wetlands; 0.01 acre of palustrine scrub/shrub wetlands; 0.56 acre of palustrine emergent wetlands; 0.65 acre of open water; and temporarily impact 1.57 acres of open water. Comments should be received by the close of business June 13, 2022.
  • NAO-2008-02691 (Cheatham Annex)

    The project consists of maintenance dredging at the CAD-A Pier slips at U.S. Naval Stations Yorktown Cheatham Annex near Williamsburg, VA. All dredged material will be placed into and transported by bottom dumping scows and disposed of in the Norfolk Ocean Disposal Site (NODS). Please submit public comments by June 8.
  • Section 408 Review of Sand Maintenance and Structural Activities, Sandbridge Beach, Virginia Beach, Virginia

    Interested parties are hereby notified of a request for permission to alter a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) project pursuant to Section 14 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 (33 U.S.C. Section 408) that has been received and will be evaluated by the Norfolk District. The actions being considered are located in Sandbridge, Virginia Beach, Virginia and have the potential to impact the Sandbridge Beach Erosion Control and Hurricane Protection Project. The actions  proposed at 2828 and 3608 Sandfiddler Road include sand maintenance activities to remove excess sand that has migrated onto private property and the relocation of sand back onto Sandbridge beach.  The action proposed at 3520 Sandfiddler Road includes sand maintenance activities and the construction of a bulkhead and return walls. Comments are due by May 23, 2022.
  • NAO-2005-01475

    Hopson, LLC proposes to construct Walnut Creek Subdivision Section 7 consisting of 23 single-family home lots, road improvements and utilities in Powhatan County, Virginia.
  • Mitigation bank, in-lieu fee meeting schedued for June 8

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District Regulatory Branch and the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality are hosting a Mitigation Bank/In Lieu Fee meeting.
  • NAO-1988-00819 (Dey Cove, Virginia Beach)

    Haversham Close, LLC is proposing to gain water access for four properties with new and maintenance dredging via mechanical methods of mudflat/sand/subaqueous bottom within a 1.295 acre footprint in Dey Cove, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Public comments should be received by the close of business June 1, 2022.
  • April

    NAO-2016-01624 QTS, Henrico County, Virginia

    Quality Investments Richmond, LLC proposes to complete the construction on a 210-acre site and discharge fill material in 2.14 acres of forested wetlands for the purpose of industry to expand an existing data center located at 6000 Technology Boulevard in the White Oak Technology Park in Henrico County, Virginia.
  • Notice of Availability: Draft Finding of No Significant Impact and Draft Environmental Assessment

    The United States Army is publishing this notice to announce the availability of the Draft Finding of No Significant Impact and Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) to make upgrades to the existing river water reservoir and outfall 40 cooling water channel at Holston Army Ammunition Plant (HSAAP) in Kingsport, Tennessee. The proposed action is needed to ensure safe and environmentally compliant manufacturing operations at HSAAP. This notice complies with Section 2(a)(4) of EO 11988 and Section 2(b) of EO 11990. The Army requests public comment to determine if there are any public concerns regarding the project’s potential impacts on wetlands and floodplains. The public comment period ends May 16, 2022.
  • 408-NA0-2022-0021; Behrman, Broad Bay in Virginia Beach

    The public comment period is open until April 26, 2022, for a Joint Permit Application from from Brady Behrman to remove the existing pier, lift, and boat house, and construct approximately 73 linear feet of riprap, a 7'x54' groin, 72 linear feet of timber bulkhead, and a 280 linear foot private open pile pier with a L-head, boat lift, open sided roof, (3) PWC lifts, and (5) mooring piles along Broad Bay at 1644 Cutty Shark Road, Virginia Beach, VA.
  • 408-NA0-2022-0027 (Cripple Creek transfer station)

    With a comment period closing April 19, the Norfolk District recieved a joint permit application from the city of Virginia Beach for construction of the Cripple Creek Dredged Material Transfer Station along the Lynnhaven River's eastern branch adjacent to 2540 Virginia Beach Blvd.
  • 408-NA0-2022-0033; Preservation Virginia, Jamestown Island Protection Project

    The public comment period is open for a Joint Permit Application from Preservation Virginia for the addition of 1,716 linear feet of riprap revetment along the lower portion of an existing concrete revetment at Jamestown Island, situated along the James River in James City County.
  • NAO-2021-00695 (Brookdale Farm Mitigation Bank)

    The sponsor proposes to establish and operate a compensatory stream and wetland mitigation site, Brookdale Farm Mitigation Bank, to provide off-site compensatory mitigation for projects that result in unavoidable impacts to wetlands and streams and other waters of the U.S. in the Middle Potomac-Occoquan and the Middle Potomac-Anacostia-Occoquan watersheds.
  • NAO-2019-02026 (Dulles Toll Rd to GW Parkway improvement project)

    The Lane Construction Corporation submitted a proposal for a construction project to improve a section of the I-495 corridor from Dulles Toll Road to the vicinity of the George Washington Memorial Parkway, comment period closes May 2.
  • March

    NAO-2021-03224 / JPA # 21-V2393

    The City of Newport News proposes to stabilize approximately 950 linear feet of eroding shoreline by installing (2) 170-foot offshore breakwaters, a 150-foot spur, discharging sand fill, planting vegetation, and performing minor bank grading. The project is located at Riverview Farm Park in Newport News along the shoreline of the Warwick River (37.08252°N; -76.53274°W).
  • 22-SPGP-Recreational, Commercial, Institutional and Recreational Developments (RCIR) AND 22-SPGP- Linear Transportation (LT)

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Norfolk District (Corps) proposes the issuance of two 2022 State Programmatic General Permits (SPGPs) to the people of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The SPGPs authorize the discharge of dredged/fill material in non-tidal waters of the United States (WOTUS), including wetlands, and that is associated with certain residential, commercial, institutional, and recreational and linear transportation projects. The purpose of the SPGPs is to reduce duplicative review for activity-specific projects where state and federal regulations overlap regulatory purview. The SPGPs will provide streamlined review of permit applications processed by the Corps and Virginia Department of Environmental (VDEQ). Public comments should be received by April 21, 2022.
  • NAO-2015-00459 (Cripple Creek Dredged Material Transfer Station)

    The City of Virginia Beach proposes to impact wetlands and Waters of the U.S. for the construction of the Cripple Creek Dredged Material Transfer Station at 2540 Virginia Beach Boulevard, Virginia Beach, Virginia. The impacts are associated with the construction of 30 linear feet of bulkhead (with 23-foot returns), shoreline revetment, two 7-pile mooring dolphins and dredging for a basin to support the transfer of dredged material from barges to trucks. The bulkhead and fender would impact 90 square feet of non-vegetated tidal wetlands and 65 square feet of scrub/shrub vegetated tidal wetlands. The City of Virginia Beach would remove an estimated 625 cubic yards of dredged material from the proposed 4,350-square foot basin. The dredging (-7.5-foot NAVD) would impact 4,870 square feet of subaqueous bottom, and 495 square feet of non-vegetated wetlands in the 2X buffer and 390 square feet of vegetated wetlands (240 square feet in 2x and 150 square feet in 4X buffer). Public comments should be received by the close of business on April 18, 2022.
  • NAO-2020-1000 (Bremo Bluff Power Station)

    Virginia Electric and Power Company proposed to construct a and operate a new fossil fuel combustion products management facility that would facilitate the mandated closure of the coal combustion residual (CCR) surface impoundment at the Bremo Bluff Power Station located in Fluvanna County, Virginia. Public comments should be received by the close of business on March 24, 2022.
  • NAO-1998-02442 (Botetourt Center at Greenfield)

    Botetourt County proposes to widening an existing road within the Botetourt Center at Greenfield resulting in temporary and permanent impacts to an unnamed tributary of Tinker Creek. The perennial stream is located on the eastern side of Lots A, B, and C, and west of International Parkway. The impact area is located at approximately 37.438669 (latitude), -79.919651(longitude) and consists of 244 square feet of permanent stream impact across 105 linear feet of stream. Public comments should be received by April 9, 2022.
  • NAO-2006-05832 (Creighton Road)

    Henrico County Department of Public Works is proposing to construct a new 1,250 foot segment of Creighton Road between Sandy Lane and Dabbs House Road as well as widening the existing Creighton Road to a four-lane divided roadway with a raised concrete median, turn lanes in select locations and sidewalks to improve motorist and pedestrian safety. Public comments should be received by the close of business on April 8, 2022