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  • Public comments for Virginia Beach's Grommet Island Park construction closes May 11

    Expiration date: 5/11/2021

    The Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers received a request for construction at Grommet Island Park in Virginia Beach, Virginia, that may impact a current USACE project mitigating erosion.
  • Sandbridge Beach maintenance, structural activities request closes May 11

    Expiration date: 5/11/2021

    Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, received a request for permission to alter a USACE project located in Sandbridge, Virginia Beach, Virginia, and can potentially impact the Sandbridge Beach Erosion Control and Hurricane Protection Project.
  • NAO-2008-02007/ 20-V1244

    Expiration date: 4/19/2021

    KempDel, Inc. and Rixre 2, LLC propose to permanently impact 7.81 acres of forested wetlands and temporarily impact 0.22 acres of forested wetlands for the construction located north of Nimmo Parkway at its intersection with Seaboard Drive in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

  • Section 408 Review of Sand Maintenance Activities, Sandbridge Beach, Virginia Beach, Virginia

    Expiration date: 3/16/2021

    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 action being considered is located in Sandbridge, Virginia Beach, Virginia and has the potential to impact the Sandbridge Beach Erosion Control and Hurricane Protection Project. The action is proposed at 3008 Sandfiddler Road and includes sand maintenance activities to remove excess sand that has migrated onto private property and place it back onto Sandbridge Beach.
  • NAO-2009-1075/ VMRC #20-V2310

    Expiration date: 3/15/2021

    The applicant proposes to restore beach width and volume to the Cape Henry beach through a beach nourishment project. Sandy material dredged from the Thimble Shoals Channel will be placed on the beach using a pipeline system and pump-out buoys with the specific construction means and methods to be determined by the contractor. The beach nourishment project is designed to mitigate damage to existing structures which could be caused by storm surge and wave erosion. The project will accomplish its purpose through the placement of 331,300 cubic yards of sand along 9,000 linear feet of shoreline. This material will be placed in 29.91 acres below Mean Low Water (MLW), and in 8.89 acres between Mean High Water and MLW. The total impacts to waters of the U.S. are approximately 38.80 acres.