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SPK-2019-00005, Announcement of the Colorado Mitigation Procedures and Colorado Stream Quantification Tool for use in Western Colorado

Regulatory Division
Published Sept. 19, 2019
Expiration date: 10/19/2019

Comments Period:  September 19, 2019 – October 19, 2019

By means of this public notice, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) is soliciting public comments on the use of the Colorado Mitigation Procedures (COMP) and the Colorado Stream Quantification Tool (CSQT). Any comments received through October 19, 2019 will be considered by the Corps to determine whether to modify, adopt, or terminate the use of the CSQT or COMP.

The COMP establishes a predictable and consistent procedure for quantifying compensatory mitigation debits and credits. The CSQT is a functional assessment method that calculates functional loss and lift associated with stream impacts and restoration projects. The CSQT is comprised of a spreadsheet tool, a user manual, and a scientific support document.  Documents related to both the COMP and the CSQT are available below.

Colorado Mitigation Procedures

Colorado Stream Quantification Tool

All replies to this public notice should be sent to Travis Morse of the Grand Junction Regulatory Office at 400 Rood Avenue, Room 224, Grand Junction, Colorado 81501, email w.travis.morse@usace.army.mil, or telephone (970) 243-1199 ext. 1014.