Tag: Hampton
  • NAO-2003-02984

    Expiration date: 1/9/2021

    Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers received a proposal for renourishment at Buckroe Beach in Hampton, Virginia, with a comment period closing Jan. 9.

  • NAO-1994-1166

    Expiration date: 10/24/2019

    Hampton Roads Connector Partners proposes to expand Interstate 64 in Virginia, including the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel, from Settlers Landing Road in Hampton to the I-564 interchange in Norfolk. The total project length is about 9.9 miles, 1.8 miles of which is proposed tunnel and island expansion. The project will permanently impact 18.92 acres of subaqueous bottom, 0.4 acres of submerged aquatic vegetation, 3.75 acres of tidal wetlands and 0.86 acres of nontidal wetlands.

  • NAO-2005-04051

    Expiration date: 8/9/2018

    The City of Hampton proposes to replace an existing vinyl sheet pile jetty with a stone jetty, and to expand an existing stone jetty at the Salt Ponds Inlet in Hampton, VA. In addition, the City of Hampton proposes to maintenance dredge and expand the existing Salt Ponds Inlet navigation channel between the newly improved jetty structures.

  • NAO-2017-01821

    Expiration date: 7/12/2018

    The applicant proposes to maintenance dredge the Back River Navigation Channel in Hampton, Virginia. The project involves maintenance dredging approximately 2,346,240 square feet of subaqueous bottom to a maximum depth of – 15 feet mean low water, including overdredge. Each maintenance dredging event will mechanically dredge approximately 205,000 cubic yards of material. The dredge material will be transported via bottom dump scow to be disposed of in the Norfolk Ocean Disposal site.

  • NAO-2016-02138

    Expiration date: 1/15/2018

    The applicant proposes to develop two parcels totaling 25 acres for the construction of a 39 lot single family home subdivision, resulting in the combined loss of 1.05 acres of tidal and non-tidal wetlands. Impacts to wetlands and waters have been avoided and minimized by the reduction in the planned number of developed lots, locating bmp’s (in uplands) on majority wetland lots thereby avoiding additional impacts, and the purchase of mitigation credits along with onsite wetland creation to offset impacts that cannot be avoided.