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SWG-2022-00334 - Texas Department of Transportation - wetlands, in an unnamed tributary to Tabbs Bay, and Tabbs Bay - Harris County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published Jan. 26, 2023
Expiration date: 2/27/2023

Public Notice          Project Plans          Alternative Analysis


The applicant proposes to temporarily discharge fill material into 0.15 acre of estuarine emergent wetlands and 0.8 acre of an unnamed perennial tributary to Tabbs Bay, and permanently discharge fill material into 3.85 acres of palustrine emergent wetlands, 0.14 acre of palustrine scrub/shrub wetlands, 0.01acre of estuarine emergent wetlands. 0.27 acre of open water and 0.57 acre of perennial stream.  Total volume of material proposed to be placed is approximately 9,142 cubic yards into a total of 5.07 acres of wetlands and waters of the United States.  This fill is proposed for the construction of a drainage channel with a minimum width of 20 feet and a maximum width of 40-foot-wide.  The drainage channel will begin at a point along SH 99/146 East and continue to a point south of Evergreen Road near Tabbs Bay.