Tag: James City County
  • NAO-2020-01965 (Little Creek Dam Seepage Remediation Project, James City Co, Virginia)

    Expiration date: 10/16/2023

    Newport News Waterworks is seeking a long term solution for dam safety issues at Little Creek Reservoir Dam located in James City County, VA. The remediation project proposes to permanently impact 1.15 acres of non-tidal wetlands, 0.45 acres of tidal wetlands, 0.31 acres of submerged aquatic vegetation, 0.36 acres of riverine unconsolidated bottom and 12 linear feet of perennial stream channel for construction of a replacement toe berm.

  • NAO-2006-07101 (Liberty Ridge Subdivision, James county, Virginia)

    Expiration date: 12/22/2022

    JCC, LLC requests reauthorization to permanently impact 1.50 acres of palustrine forested wetlands, 0.04 acres of palustrine forested conversion, 562 linear feet of stream channel in order to finish construction of Sections 3, 4, 5, and 6 of the Liberty Ridge Subdivision which was permitted in September 2006. The project is located on 307.5 acres off Liberty Ridge Parkway, east of Colby Swamp and west of Centerville Road in James City County.

  • 408-NA0-2022-0033; Preservation Virginia, Jamestown Island Protection Project

    Expiration date: 4/18/2022

    The public comment period is open for a Joint Permit Application from Preservation Virginia for the addition of 1,716 linear feet of riprap revetment along the lower portion of an existing concrete revetment at Jamestown Island, situated along the James River in James City County.
  • NAO-2008-01032

    Expiration date: 2/7/2018

    The project is located in the Chickahominy River at the Chickahominy Riverfront Park at 1350 John Tyler Highway in Williamsburg, Virginia. In order to meet an increased demand in potable water in light of State mandated water withdrawal restrictions from the Powhatan Aquifer, James City County proposes to construct an 18 MGD raw water intake, reverse osmosis water treatment plant, utility lines connecting to the existing municipal water supply lines, and associated hyper-salinated water discharge outfall downstream of the intake at the Chickahominy Riverfront Park.

  • NAO-2016-01096

    Expiration date: 9/15/2016

    The proposed project is intended to increase capacity, eliminate roadway deficiencies, and improve safety along 1-64. This is the second segment (Segment II – approximately 7 miles) of a 75 mile section of I-64 that was evaluated with a Final Environmental Impact Statement conducted in 2013. Public comment period ends Sept. 15, 2016.