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SWG-2007-01025 - Park Board of Trustees-City of Galveston - Gulf of Mexico - Galveston County, Texas

Published March 29, 2018
Expiration date: 4/30/2018

Full Public Notice          Project Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to perform beach nourishment activities along approximately 81,454 linear feet of beachfront on Galveston Island, beginning at the western terminus of the Seawall and extending west to the eastern boundary of Galveston Island State Park (approximately 30,603 feet) then from the western edge of Jamaica Beach to the west end of the island (approximately 50,851 feet).  Beach quality sand will be obtained from authorized local upland and submerged sand sources, as well as beneficial use of dredged beach quality sand from Federal projects.  The project was initially authorized by the Corps on 20 November 2009 (formerly 13194) and allowed the Park Board to dredge to obtain 2,000,000 cubic yards of sand to re-nourish beaches along the Galveston shoreline from the terminal end of the Seawall to the eastern boundary of Galveston Island State Park.