• P-3086

    Expiration date: 5/15/2018

    The city of O'Fallon, MO proposes to conduct channel stabilization on an unnamed tributary to Belleau Creek, in O'Fallon, St. Charles County, Missouri. O'Fallon proposes the work to address severe channel incision which has damaged, or threatens to damage, municipal infrastructure and residential property. The approximate 1,050-ft. project reach borders approximately 30 residential properties.

  • P-3085

    Expiration date: 5/1/2018

    Westwood Country Club proposes to conduct bank stabilization on Deer Creed and two of its unnamed tributaries. The stabilization will address bank erosion, which has damaged or threatens to damage golf course greens, fairways, and other infrastructure. In addition to damaging the course property, the applicant has stated that the erosion has caused unstable bank conditions, which present a safety hazard for maintenance equipment, golf carts, and patrons. The stabilization activities generally consist of the installation of longitudinal peak stone toe revetment, in combination with bank reshaping. The project also includes limited installation of rock vanes to redirect the channel thalweg. According to the application, following construction the banks will be revegetated using sod and cool-season grasses, or native warm-season grasses and shrubs. The planting palate will depend upon the location within the site (fairway, green, rough, or natural area). The project will impact approximately 945 linear feet of Creek 2, 920 linear feet of Creek 8, and 615 linear feet of Deer Creek.

  • P-3083

    Expiration date: 4/27/2018

    The applicant seeks authorization to conduct grading and excavation operations within waters of the United States to modify an unnamed intermittent tributary, for the purpose of increasing capacity, and to better manage the amount of runoff flowing through residential properties. The proposal plans for the improvements/modification of approximately 600 feet of channel. Location: A small unnamed tributary runs through the backyards of the south side of the 6900 block of Roland Boulevard, Northwoods, Missouri. The tributary drains approximately 40 acres of mostly quarter-acre subdivision lots. Residents in the area indicate that the tributary overflows into the residential yards every year or two. These overflows cover most of 6904 through 6944 Roland Boulevard (38.7059,-90.2855) and occasionally enters resident’s basements. The project is located in Section 28, Township 46 North, Range 6 East, St. Louis County, Missouri. Written comments must be submitted by replying by electronic mail, or written mail to the addresses shown in the signature block below. The Public Notice comment period opens on April 6, 2018, and closes on April 27, 2018.

  • RGP41

    Expiration date: 4/22/2023

    STATE OF MISSOURI - 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-41 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-41 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-41 authorizes disaster recovery and repair activities within the St. Louis District’s regulatory boundary within the State of Missouri, provided that the project proponent, contractor, etc. complies with all general, special and water quality certification conditions included in GP-41. DURATION OF THE GENERAL PERMIT: The GP-41 shall be issued on April 22, 2018 and is in effect on for a period of five (5) years until April 22, 2023 unless it is specifically modified, suspended, or revoked prior to the expiration date.

  • RGP44

    St. Louis District announces the immediate availability of MVS-RGP-44 for use by applicable public utility entities, subject to guidelines and conditions. The permit authorizes owners or operators of existing stormwater, sanitary, and combined sewer systems to conduct routine maintenance of these systems. The Corps has limited the area in which MVS-RGP-44 may be used to St. Louis City and County, St. Charles County, and Jefferson County in Missouri.