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  • Norfolk District Wetland Attribute Form

    The Norfolk District Regulatory Office has developed the Norfolk District Wetland Attribute Form. The Form was developed to provide a detailed, rapid, and qualitative description of the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of wetlands being evaluated under the Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 404 permitting process. The Form will provide additional supporting documentation regarding the condition of areas proposed to be impacted and assist the Norfolk District in making more informed permit decisions. This Form does not take the place of a function/values assessment. The Form is not to be used for compensatory mitigation. We highly recommend applicants complete the Form as a component of all permit applications that propose to impact an acre (1) or more of wetlands.

  • NAO-2019-1754

    Expiration date: 5/25/2020

    The applicant proposes to construct an expansion of the existing data center by constructing two additional single-story data center buildings, a two story administrative building, roads, stormwater management facilities, and associated utilities on a 292 acre parcel known as Project Echo Site 7.

  • NAO-2017-1240

    Expiration date: 5/10/2020

    The applicant proposes to construct a development consisting of 20 single family detached dwellings. The project includes the extension of Flax Mill Way and the development of a storm water management facility on the Eastern edge of the property in the City of Chesapeake, Va.

  • NAO-2020-0406

    The Norfolk District Regulatory Branch remains largely operational. However, some functions may be impacted our COVID-19 response measures.
  • Public Notice 2012-02369

    Expiration date: 5/1/2020

    Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. proposes to discharge fill material in 4.98 acres of palustrine forested wetlands, 0.23 acre of palustrine emergent wetlands, to otherwise adversely affect 0.91 acre of palustrine forested wetlands by dewatering and fragmenting, and to discharge fill material in 1,383 linear feet (0.14 acre) of ditches with appropriate compensatory mitigation for the purpose of constructing a Wegmans Distribution Center for the purposes of industry and commerce. The project will adversely affect Site 44HN0326, which is eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. The site is the remains of an early 19th century residence that was possibly associated with Merry Oaks Tavern.that was possibly associated with Merry Oaks Tavern.