A regional general permit (RGP) is a type of general permit that authorizes categories of activities in a specific geographic area that causes only minimal individual and cumulative environmental impacts. The following RGPs are applicable within the Galveston District.
||In existing, manmade upland canals located within the Galveston District
||Construction of boat slips in man-made canals
||Lake Livingston, an impoundment of the Trinity River in Polk, San Jacinto, Walker, Trinity Counties
||Mechanical dredging of no more than 500 cubic yards within Lake Livingston
||Within navigable waters of the US associated with the Corpus Christi Ship Channel and adjacent affected bay systems, excluding the Redfish Bay State Scientific Area and the Ingleside Cove Wildlife Sanctuary, located in Aransas, Nueces, and San Patricio Counties, Texas
||Work in navigable waters of the US to facilitate utility line removals as ordered by the Corps' District Engineer Directive to Remove letters
|Within a portion of the High Island Oil Field, bounded on the south and west by the existing perimeter levee, on the north by a marsh adjacent to the perimeter levee, and on the east by State Highway 124, and the 5-foot elevation contour, at the base of High Island, Galveston County, Texas
||Oil and gas development within a portion of the High Island Oil Field.
||Navigable waters of the US strictly located within the SWG Area of Responsibility, excluding only those areas located in the State of Louisiana
||Horizontal Directional Drill (HDD) and/or Directional Drilling (DD) under Navigable Waters of the US for the installation and/or relocation of utility lines. Specific depth requirements are dependent on the type of navigable water.
* For pier projects located on state-owned submerged lands in Texas, please see our programmatic permit section.