Tag: riprap
  • NAO-2024-00126 (Ragged Island Restoration, Isle of Wight County, Virginia)

    Expiration date: 3/29/2024

    The Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources proposes to create a living shoreline along 1.2 miles of the James River shoreline at the Ragged Island Wildlife Management Area in Isle of Wight County, Virginia. The applicant proposes to construct 62 rip rap breakwaters creating 1.97 acres of rock substrate to protect the shore and encourage oyster growth, and use imported sand to restore 5.26 acres of tidal marsh lost to erosion. The overall project would result in direct impacts to 0.14 acres of tidal wetlands, 0.85 acres of unvegetated intertidal waters, and 6.4 acres of subaqueous land. Comments should be received by the close of business on 29 March 2024.

  • NAO-2014-0963

    Expiration date: 9/4/2014

    Virginia Electric and Power Company proposes to stabilize a portion of the shoreline at the Chesapeake Energy Center in Chesapeake, Virginia. The Chesapeake Energy Center is planned for decommissioning in 2014/2015, and the purpose of the project is to stabilize the remainder of the perimeter shoreline with a long term, low maintenance solution that minimizes environmental impacts. Public comment period ends Sept. 4, 2014.

  • NAO-2012-0994

    Expiration date: 8/27/2012

    The applicant proposes to construct seven new riprap breakwater structures, relocate an existing breakwater, demolish seven timber groins, improve the existing terminal groin, and excavate sandy material to be used to construct a dune and nourish the beach from approximately 8th View Street to Lea View Avenue in Ocean View.

  • NAO-1996-02465_12-V0366

    Expiration date: 8/24/2012

    Department of Game and Inland Fisheries proposes to realign and improve the navigable entrance of the canal at the entrance to Back Bay from the Princess Anne Wildlife Management Area boat launch facility in Virginia Beach, Va. by reconstructing the recently demolished jetties and dredging fopm outside the jetty to a point inside the entrance of the canal. Bulkhead and riprap propsed to prevent erosion along canal.