Tag: Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
  • 2016-00028-arl

    Expiration date: 1/15/2018

    The applicant proposes permanent impacts to 0.06 acre of palustrine emergent wetland (PEM), 1.22 acre of palustrine forested wetland (PFO), 0.42 acre of palustrine open water (POW) and 891 linear feet of intermittent and ephemeral stream channel. The impacts are associated with the construction of an age-restricted residential development with recreational amenities, storm water management ponds, access roads, utilities, and associated infrastructure in Prince William County, Virginia.

  • 12-State Program General Permit (SPGP)-01 ANNUAL REPORT FOR REPORTING PERIOD 09-1-2013-08-31-2014

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District, in collaboration with the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, announces the completion of the 2013-2014 12-SPGP Annual Report.

  • NAO-2005-2546 Loudoun Hospital Center

    Expiration date: 1/12/2015

    Loudoun Hospital Center proposes to expand Inova Loudoun Hospital and associated infrastructure in the northeast quadrant of the intersection of Harry Byrd Highway (Route 7) and Lansdowne Boulevard in Loudoun County, Virginia. Comments are due by Jan. 12, 2015.

  • CENAO-WR-R 2011-1999

    Expiration date: 6/13/2014

    Hanover County C/O Joe Vidunas proposes to construct a connector road from the western terminus of Atlee Road to Atlee Station Road. The new road would also have a turn lane to the north that connects to Cool Springs Road. The proposed road would be elevated to pass over the existing CSX Railroad track. Construction would see impacts of 0.48 acre of forested wetland, 286 linear feet of stream channel and temporary impacts to 20 linear feet of stream.

  • NAO-2014-0574

    Expiration date: 5/21/2014

    The Nature Conservancy proposes to expand a compensatory wetland mitigation site which is known as MJ-1 Rivanna River (Lamb) VARTF project and is located in Albemarle County, Virginia. The purpose of the mitigation project is to provide off-site compensatory mitigation for projects that result in unavoidable impacts to waters of the United States in the Middle James drainage basin. The goal of the mitigation site is to provide appropriate mitigation for impacts, within the authorized service area, by performing wetland buffer restoration.