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Public Notices

Under the Corps' Regulatory Program, a public notice is the primary method for advising all interested parties of a proposed activity for which a permit is sought. Soliciting comments and information necessary to evaluate the probable impacts on the public interest. Public notices are also published to inform the public about new or proposed regulations, policies, guidance or permit procedures.

Public Notices published by the Sacramento District under the Regulatory Program are posted on this page. Once a public notice is available on-line, an email notification is sent to individuals on the appropriate mailing list.

Comments are due by the expiration date of the public notice.  Only comments submitted by email or in hard copy format through a delivery service, such as the U.S. Postal Service, can be accepted.   Comments must be submitted to the address listed in the public notice.

Archive: 2020
  • SPK-2013-01098, Issuance of Regional General Permit 9, El Dorado County, CA

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento District, (Corps) has issued Regional General Permit (RGP) 9 which authorizes minor discharges associated with the Sacramento Municipal Utility District’s Upper American River Project, in El Dorado County, California, under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. Written comments and/or a request for a paper copy of the notice may be submitted to project manager Ms. Kathy Norton at 1325 J Street, Room 1350, Sacramento, California 95814, email, or telephone 916-557-5260.

  • SPK-2017-00905, Public Notice of Permit Application, Yolo Bypass Salmonid Habitat Restoration and Fish Passage, Yolo County, CA

    Expiration date: 8/5/2020

    California Department of Water Resources has applied for a permit to place dredged or fill material and/or work in approximately 62.09 acres of waters of the United States to construct a gated notch within Fremont Weir to allow increased flow from the Sacramento River to enter the Yolo Bypass. The invert of the notch would be 18 feet below the crest of Fremont Weir and allow a flow of up to 6,000 cubic feet per second through the gated notch to provide open channel flow for adult fish passage, juvenile emigration, and floodplain inundation. The proposed project would also construct an intake channel from the Sacramento River, a headworks structure, a transport channel to the existing Tule Pond, and modifications to the existing Tule Channel and Agricultural Crossing 1. The approximately 102.76-acre project site is located on the right bank of the Sacramento River, between River Mile (RM) 82 and RM 84, along the northern boundary of the Yolo Bypass, Latitude 38.764844°, Longitude -121.636151°, Yolo County, California.
  • SPK-2006-00552, Public Notice of Permit Application, OE3 Training Center and Open Space Preservation, Sacramento County, CA

    Expiration date: 7/26/2020

    Operating Engineers Local 3 JATC (OE3JATC) has applied for a permit to discharge fill material in approximately 4.17 acres of waters of the United States to construct a state-of-the-art training center that includes a new campus and field instruction facility for the training of future operating engineers.
  • SPK-2019-00664, Public Notice of (Permit Application), Utah Transit Authority (UTA) Frontrunner Vineyard Double Track project, Utah County, UT

    Expiration date: 7/26/2020

    Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), in collaboration with UTA, has applied for a permit to discharge dredged or fill material and/or work in approximately 3.7 acres of waters of the United States (waters) to construct a two-mile, double-track extension and access road on the UTA’s FrontRunner commuter rail system.
  • SPECIAL PUBLIC NOTICE: Colorado Mitigation Procedures (COMP) v2

    Expiration date: 6/26/2020

    Interested parties are hereby notified that the District Engineers for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), Albuquerque, Omaha, and Sacramento Districts, have approved the statewide use of the Colorado Mitigation Procedures (COMP) v2 within the State of Colorado. The COMP outlines the steps the Corps Districts in Colorado will take regarding compensatory mitigation evaluations and provides statewide predictability and consistency in the Corps’ compensatory mitigation determinations. Specifically, the COMP standardizes the Corps’ compensatory mitigation procedures for quantifying wetland and stream losses (debits) and compensatory mitigation (credits).