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SWG-2019-00046 - Tomball ISD - wetlands in the vicinity of Willow Creek - Harris County, Texas

Published Feb. 27, 2020
Expiration date: 3/30/2020

Full Public Notice          Project Plans          Tier 2 401 Questionnaire

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to permanently fill 5.46 acres of palustrine emergent wetlands (PEM) and 580 linear feet of stream in order to construct Phase II of a new high school and associated appurtenances.  Phase II will consist of the construction of a north entrance road, practice fields, detention basin expansion, south access road, surface drainages, and parking lots.

Phase I of the proposed project was previously verified under Nationwide Permit 39 by the Corps’ on 23 September 2019.  Phase I included the permanent fill of 0.02 acres (196 linear feet) of perennial stream in order to construct the school building, utility installation, detention basin outfall, and ceremonial entrance.