Planning and Environmental Documents for Public Review

Click here to view USACE Galveston District Planning and Environmental documents for public review.

Viewing & Comments

Viewing Notices: To view a full public notice or its associated drawings file (if any), click on either full public notice or permit drawings link in the attachments section. To download the file to your computer, right-click on the public notice or drawings link, then select "Save Target As" from the menu.

How to Send Comments on Regulatory Division Public Notices: Send comments to the Regulatory Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, P.O. Box 1229, Galveston, Texas 77553-1229 or by electronic mail to our Public Notice Comment Email. Comments made in reference to a public notice should include your name, address, phone number and the Department of the Army permit number referenced in the public notice (e.g. SWG-2015-00001).  

How to Send Comment on Other Galveston District Public Notices: Please follow the instructions included with the public notice. For Galveston District Planning and Environmental Documents for public review, please click here.

SWG-2009-00123 - Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) - waters of the United States - Harris County, Texas

Published July 2, 2019
Expiration date: 8/2/2019

Special Public Notice          Regional General Permit (DRAFT)

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  To reissue an RGP authorizing the discharge of dredge or fill material associated with performing routine maintenance and emergency repairs to existing stormwater management facilities, under the jurisdiction of the HCFCD.

Maintenance includes repair, rehabilitation, and replacement of structural and earthen features, removal of sediment and debris to restore previously authorized cross-sectional configurations, erosion protection, or emergency repairs required as a result of discrete natural events.  Temporary construction, access, and dewatering is authorized provided that the associated primary maintenance activity is authorized under the RGP.  Only the minimum volume of fill material, needed to accomplish the purpose of each project, would be used. 

Avoidance and minimization will be considered before any maintenance project is proposed.  Natural stable channel techniques will be used wherever possible.  There are no proposed changes to this RGP, compared to the current RGP, with the exception of updating the special conditions to reflect current regulations and requirements.  The full text of the proposed RGP is attached.