Tag: Western Branch
  • NAO-2020-00380

    Expiration date: 4/13/2020

    The city of Virginia Beach proposes to mechanically dredge 9,583 cubic yards of material to provide navigable access to residents of homes bordering the waterway off Saw Pen Point Trail, Bridgehampton Lane, Witch Point Trail and Schilling Point to the Lynnhaven River's Western Branch. The spoil material will be hauled to the Thalia Creek Transfer Site and trucked to the Whitehurst Dredge Material Management Area off Oceana Boulevard in Virginia Beach for disposal.

  • NAO-2018-01381

    Expiration date: 1/20/2020

    The city of Virginia Beach proposes to construct a tide gate across Thalia Creek at Lake Windsor. The project's purpose is to reduce flooding in the Windsor Woods neighborhood.

  • NAO-2008-1760/ 14-V1164

    Expiration date: 10/26/2014

    The City of Chesapeake is proposing improvements to 1.9 miles of Route 337 (Portsmouth Boulevard in Chesapeake and Nansemond Boulevard in Suffolk) between I-664 interchange in Chesapeake and Helen St. in Suffolk, Virginia. The improvements include widening the road from two lanes to four lanes, adding sidewalks, constructing a multi-use path, etc. Construction of the improvements will result in the permanent impact 1.07 acres of nontidal wetland and open water ditch, and 481 linear feet of stream. The public comment period ends on October 26, 2014.

  • NAO-2007-1076

    Expiration date: 10/30/2014

    September 17, 2014: The City of Norfolk submitted a permit application for improvements to the existing Western Branch Reservoir Dam. The purpose of the project is to provide reliable water supply storage for Norfolk and other communities; prevent a hazard to downstream residents, structures, roadways, or environment from potential failure of a High Hazard dam; comply with the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation’s (DCR) dam safety regulations; and comply with the City of Norfolk’s operating permit. Wetland and water impacts for the entire project total 2.629 acres, which include impacts to non-tidal subaqueous land, non-tidal forested wetlands, tidal subaqueous lands, tidal wetlands and intertidal areas. Public comment period ends October 17, 2014.

  • NAO-2013-1979/13-V1596

    Expiration date: 12/6/2013

    The City of Virginia Beach proposes to mechanically dredge subaqueous bottom and non-vegetated intertidal wetlands in order to re-establish navigational access and attenuate siltation for the Bayville Creek neighborhood in Virginia Beach, Va. Public comment period ends Dec. 6, 2013.