US Army Corps of Engineers
St. Louis District

  • P-3135

    Expiration date: 12/10/2019

    The applicant, Marion Heights II, Inc., has applied for a Department of the Army Permit for the project known as Marion Heights Rte. 13/W.C.P. Development. The applicant seeks authorization for the placement of fill into waters of the U.S. to facilitate the development of approximately 30-acres of commercial retail and restaurant sites on Lots 2, 3, and 4 of the Homer Reinbolt Subdivision property. Proposed impacts to waters of the U.S. within Lots 3 and 4 of the Homer Reinbolt Subdivision property include 593 linear feet of perennial stream, 1.5 acres of emergent wetland, and 7.9 acres of forested wetland. The project is within the Big Muddy watershed. The perennial stream is an unnamed tributary to Crab Orchard Creek. The project area is located in Section 15, Township 9 South, and Range 2 East, Williamson County, Illinois. Written comments must be submitted by replying by electronic mail or written mail to the address in the notice. The Public Notice comment period opened November 20, 2019 and closes December 10, 2019.

  • 2019-110

    Expiration date: 10/15/2019

    As described in the attached Public Notice, the Land Learning Foundation has requested approval for an in-lieu fee (ILF) mitigation project in Lincoln County, Missouri. The project site encompasses approximately 80+/- acres and contains the Cuivre River within the boundaries. The Land Learning Foundation refers to this project as the Cuivre River site, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (the Corps) has designated this project as MVS-2019-110. The project proposes to restore, protect, and maintain 11,082 linear feet of perennial stream channel with wooded corridor, one acre of emergent wetland and grass buffer along the Cuivre River. The restored and preserved corridor will generally extend 175 feet perpendicular from the channel banks. This consists of tree plantings and the removal of any invasive species. The project consists of bank stabilization and riparian restoration and preservation. There are 6,100 feet of actively eroding bank within the project limits. Bank stabilization will use a combination of rock vanes, longitudinal peak stone toe protection, rock jetties, live vegetative staking, and brush layering. The project will also incorporate engineered rock riffles and hardened grade control structures. These will protect the entire length of the site from incision and head-cutting, help protect the bank stabilization efforts, and restore historic channel features. A full technical description can be found in the attached plan. The project also includes the restoration of 0.635 acres of emergent wetland and 0.404 acres of grass wetland buffer. The Land Learning Foundation would make the stream and wetland credits available to Department of the Army permittees seeking to fulfill requirements to purchase compensatory mitigation credit, to offset losses of aquatic functions and services. The Corps solicits your comment on the proposed mitigation project. Responses are due to this office no later than October 15, 2019.

  • Illinois RGP 26

    Expiration date: 5/15/2022

    STATE OF ILLINOIS - ISSUANCE OF REGIONAL GENERAL PERMIT (GP) 41 FOR DISASTER RECOVERY AND REPAIR ACTIVITIES. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Louis District, HAS ISSUED GP-26 for the protection and the repair of existing damaged structures, damaged land areas, and damaged fills that were previously authorized by a Department of the Army (DA) permit. GP-26 is issued under the authority of Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 (33 USC 403) and/or Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (33 USC 1344). The GP-26 authorizes disaster recovery and repair activities in counties declared flood disaster areas by the State of Illinois, provided that the project proponent, contractor, etc. complies with all general, special and water quality certification conditions included in GP-26. DURATION OF THE GENERAL PERMIT: The GP-26 is in until May 15, 2022 unless it is specifically modified, suspended, or revoked prior to the expiration date.


    On September 12, 2019, the Environmental Protection Agency and Department of the Army (the agencies) signed a final rule to repeal the 2015 Clean Water Rule (2015 Rule) and re-codify the regulatory text defining "waters of the United States" (WOTUS) that existed prior to the 2015 Rule. This action will, when effective, provide regulatory certainty as to the definition of “waters of the United States” in light of ongoing litigation over the 2015 Rule. This final rule will be implemented in accordance with Supreme Court decisions, agency guidance, and longstanding practice.

  • P-3132

    Expiration date: 9/18/2019

    The City of Alton requests authorization to use a hydraulic dredge to annually remove up to 37,000 cubic yards of accumulated sediments, on an as needed basis, from the existing Alton Marina basin. Dredge material would be transported across and along the bottom of the Mississippi River in a 12 to 18-inch diameter, ballasted pipeline to its proposed open water disposal site, located at approximate river mile 202.3. The Alton Marina is located at #1 Henry Street, near the left descending bank of the Mississippi River, at approximate river mile 202.4, in the City of Alton, Madison County, Illinois. Open water discharge of dredge material would be placed near the right descending bank of the Mississippi River at approximate river mile 202.3. The Public Notice comment period opens August 27, 2019 and closes September 18, 2019.