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-2022-00561 - Calhoun County - East Matagorda Bay - Calhoun County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published Nov. 29, 2022
Expiration date: 12/30/2022

Public Notice          Project Plans

The applicant proposes to discharge approximately 8,510 cubic yards of fill in the construction of a headland breakwater system in addition to beach nourishment.  The headland breakwater system will be composed of concrete, rock, steel, mesh, geotextile, geogrid, bedding stone, piles, chains, anchors, and floating platforms.  It will include the installation of a T-head shaped groin measuring 300-foot-long with a T-head measuring 108-foot-wide in combination with two oblique groins measuring 320 and 360 feet in length.  The proposed groins will measure approximately 60-foot in width and constructed to a height of +4 feet NAVD 88.  Approximately 13,800 cubic yards of fill composed of sand will be placed along an 800-foot-long by 320-foot-wide section of shoreline within the limits of the oblique groins to create a pocket beach for additional erosion protection.