Archive: March, 2020
  • NAO-2017-01033

    Expiration date: 4/14/2020

    1521 Dranesville, LLC proposes to construct McMillen Farm residential subdivision and associated infrastructure on 5.7 acres southeast of the intersection of Wiehle Avenue and Dranesville Road (State Route 228) at 1521 Dranesville Road in Fairfax County, Virginia. An adverse effect has been determined for the project, and a Memorandum of Agreement under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act is being developed. Comments are due April 10.

  • NAO-2014-01074

    Expiration date: 4/30/2020

    The City of Chesapeake proposes to impact 1.96 acres of existing jurisdictional ditches west of Shillelagh Road in Chesapeake, VA and create 2.09 acres of new ditch. This ditch realignment is part of the City of Chesapeake's proposed Shillelagh Road Drainage and Shoulder Improvement Project.

  • CENAO-WR-R NAO-2019-01977

    Expiration date: 4/20/2020

    City of Hampton proposes to construct a new 0.8-mile, four-lane roadway extension of Coliseum Drive from its current terminus at Butler Farm Road (Coliseum Drive Phase A), north to a new intersection with Magruder Boulevard and North Campus Parkway in order to provide a continuous four-lane direct connection between Hampton Roads Center North business park and Coliseum Central activity center in Hampton, VA.

  • 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.

  • QNCPEA0320

    Expiration date: 4/4/2020

    This Programmatic Environmental Assessment (PEA) for Quantico National Cemetery (QNC) evaluates the effects of the construction, operation, and maintenance of its full build-out Master Plan (also referred to as the “Long-Term Plan” throughout the PEA). This PEA also includes a more detailed plan for the first phase of the long-range plan (also referred to as the “Short-Term Plan” throughout the PEA). QNC is located in Triangle, Virginia, in Prince William County, Virginia.