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    Expiration date: 6/23/2022

    The Norfolk District proposes the reissuance of the Regional Permit 5 (16-RP-05), scheduled to expire on June 9, 2022. Regional Permit 5 authorizes private entities to discharge dredged and/or fill material into waters of the U.S. for the purpose of constructing small impoundments for general and private use. These uses include, but are not limited to, recreation, aesthetics, and water storage for fire prevention; moreover, the impacts may not result in more than minimal individual or cumulative adverse environmental impacts. Public comments should be received by June 23, 2022.

    The Norfolk District announces the reissuance of the Regional Permit 05 (16-RP-05) that expired on October 5, 2011. Effective June 9, 2017, this permit supersedes and replaces all previous versions.
  • NAO-2007-02834

    Expiration date: 1/7/2017

    Liberty University Inc. proposed to enlarge the existing Camp Hydaway Lake from 6.4 acres to approximately 29 acres by constructing a new dam approximately 2500 linear feet down stream. The proposed activity is located in Campbell County Virginia and will occur in Opossum Creek and its tributaries.

  • 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.

  • Environmental Assessment: Gathright Dam Low Flow Augmentation Project

    Expiration date: 1/21/2013

    This Environmental Assessment was prepared to assess the potential impacts of the Gathright Dam Low Flow Augmentation Project on the Jackson River, Lake Moomaw and surrounding area near Covington, Va. The goal of this project is to improve aquatic habitat quality in the Jackson River, downstream of the Gathright Dam. The result of this project, when implemented, would be a revision of the Water Control Plan for the Gathright Dam and Lake Moomaw Project.