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  • NAO-13-00418; Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW) Commercial Project

    Expiration date: 10/15/2022

    Dominion Energy Virginia proposes to construct a 2,587-megawatt (MW) offshore wind project, known as the Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW) Commercial Project, located within the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Virginia, which will include associated infrastructure within the cities of Virginia Beach and Chesapeake, Virginia. Public comments should be received by the close of business on October 15, 2022.
  • NAO-2017-01842, The Hurds Cove SSD project

    Expiration date: 9/14/2022

    The City of Virginia Beach proposes to mechanically dredge for navigational access and the estimated volume of dredged material is 28,440 cubic yards. For permitting purposes and to account for shoaling, the volume has been increased by approximately 15% and the applicant is assuming a dredge volume estimate of 32,700 cubic yards to account for areas that have shoaled in. Thirty-four piling supported channel markers have been included to demarcate the SSD channels.
  • NAO-2018-01547, PDC TN/FL LPIV, LLC, Virginia Beach, Virginia

    Expiration date: 8/30/2022

    PDC TN/FL LPIV, LLC proposes to permanently impact 0.46 acre (20,150 sq ft) of forested wetlands and 1.60 acres (70,895 square feet) of open water wetlands for grading of site for construction of paved employee and truck parking areas, fulfillment facility, and stormwater facilities for “Project Beach” at the 175-acre site located south of the intersection of Harpers Road and Dam Neck Road in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Comments should be received by the close of business on August 30, 2022.

  • NAO-2010-02117 / VMRC 22-1295 (U.S. Navy Little Creek, Virginia Beach)

    Expiration date: 7/27/2022

    The U.S. Navy (Navy) plans to perform maintenance dredging of the Joint Expeditionary Base (JEB) Little Creek Channel and CB 125 Wet Slip at JEB Little Creek located in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The Navy proposes to: 1) maintenance dredge by mechanical means approximately 89,067 cubic yards from Little Creek Channel to a maximum dredging depth of -24 ft MLLW; 2) maintenance dredge by mechanical means approximately 861 cubic yards from the CB-125 Wet Slip to a maximum dredging depth of -12 ft MLLW; and 3) place approximately 14,000 cubic yards of suitable dredged material, capped with 20,000 cubic yards of armor stone within scour holes at Piers 11,12, and 13, covering 3.4 acres of subaqueous bottom. Public comments should be received by the close of business July 27, 2022. 

  • 408-NA0-2022-0034; City of Virginia Beach

    Expiration date: 7/8/2022

    A 408 review request has been received from the City of Virginia Beach to replace an existing “Brainwaves” exhibit panel at 16th St., and add a new exhibit panel at 24th St. and 30th St. respectively, along the boardwalk at the Virginia Beach oceanfront.  The panels, materials and method of installation are the same or similar as the street informational signage that are in place at each of the beach access locations. The action being considered is located in Virginia Beach, Virginia and has the potential to impact the Virginia Beach Erosion Control and Hurricane Protection Project. Comments are due by July 8, 2022.