Tag: wetlands

    Expiration date: 12/14/2018

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District (USACE) and the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) working with the Interagency Review Team (IRT) and the public announce the release of the 2018 MBI Template for use in the Commonwealth of Virginia. This Template replaces and supersedes the February 2010 version of the MBI Template.
  • NAO-2018-01012

    Expiration date: 7/6/2018

    Tail Race LLC proposes to establish a stream and wetland mitigation bank on 148.5 acres northwest of the intersection of Tail Race Road (Route 612) and James Monroe Highway (Route 15) in Loudoun County, Virginia. Comments are due July 6, 2018.

  • NAO-2016-00734/18-V0012

    Expiration date: 6/21/2018

    Alpha Omega Farm Inc. et al proposes to mechanically dredge approximately 3,633 cubic yards of material to maintain an existing channel out to West Neck Creek, at 2585 West Landing Road in Virginia Beach, VA. The dredging will impact 0.98 acres (42,744 square feet) of subaqueous land, 0.1 acres (4,635 square feet) of vegetated emergent wetlands within the 2x and 4x buffer, and 0.01 acres (362 square feet) of forested wetlands at the unloading area.

  • Wetland Hydrology Determinations for the 2018 Monitoring Season

    The Norfolk District Regulatory Branch is issuing a public notice regarding precipitation conditions and groundwater monitoring associated with wetland determinations. Many sources of precipitation data indicate drier-than-normal climatic conditions in southeastern Virginia and our groundwater monitoring data indicate a shorter than typical wetland hydroperiod this season. Given these conditions, jurisdictional determinations should be based on current Corps guidance and evaluation of field indicators of vegetation, soils, and wetland hydrology. In addition, based on plant biological activity, the growing season in southeastern Virginia started the second full week in February.

  • NAO-2017-00574

    Expiration date: 12/18/2017

    Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Langley Air Force Base (JBLE-Langley) proposes to eliminate obstructions, abrupt grade changes, open ditches, and standing water within the maintained grassy areas in and near the Langley Air Force Base airfield Clear Zones in Hampton, Virginia. The purpose of the project is to assist in reducing the risk of loss of life and damage to military assets in the event of an aircraft mishap, to ensure consistency with the installations Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH) plan, and to ensure compliance with Federal Aviation Administration regulations.