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SPK-2016-00005 - Request for Aquatic Resources Delineation Verification or Jurisdiction Determination

Posted: 4/4/2017

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On September 9, 2016, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento District, (Corps) issued a Public Notice informing the public about the release of Regulatory Guidance Letter 16-01.  That Public Notice included a Jurisdictional Determination Request Form.  This Public Notice replaces the November 2016 form with a revision titled “Request for Aquatic Resources Delineation Verification or Jurisdiction Determination.” As the title implies, this revision includes requests for Aquatic Resources Delineation Verifications as well as Jurisdictional Determinations.  Use of this form remains optional and is offered to provide a template to facilitate requests for these products. A signed affirmation statement allowing the Corps to access the review area will still be required to proceed.