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SWG-2008-00309 - Village of Tiki Island - tidal waters of Jones Bay, West Bay, and the residential canals surrounding the Village of Tiki Island - Galveston County, Texas

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston
Published Aug. 31, 2021
Expiration date: 10/1/2021

Full Public Notice           Project Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The applicant proposes to hydraulically dredge approximately 165,882 cubic yards of sandy, non-vegetated material from approximately 50,000 linear feet of existing canals, and perimeter and access channels for canal maintenance; install approximately 1,415 linear feet of wooden breakwater to reduce siltation in the canal immediately west of the Galveston Causeway; and fill approximately 22.1 acres of a 26.90-acre Beneficial Use of Dredged Material (BUDM) Placement Area (PA) for the Village of Tiki Island.  The applicant will construct the 4,829-linear-foot BUDM PA containment berm using approximately 38,000 cubic yards of non-vegetated bay bottom material borrowed from the BUDM PA site and armor it with approximately 9,200 cubic yards of limestone rock.  The containment berm is to be constructed using marsh crane and dozer methodology.  The breakwater construction will include installation of approximately 354 pilings that are 15-inch-diameter and 45-foot-long.