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  • Section 408: Alter an Army Corps Civil Works Project

    The Army Corps provides the Nation with quality and responsive management of the Nation’s water resources. The Army Corps partners with stakeholders to construct many civil works projects nationwide, such as levees, dams and widening harbors for navigation. Given the widespread locations of these projects, many embedded within communities, over
  • CAP Section 107, Navigation

    Small Navigation Project Study (Section 107)Section 107 of the River and Harbor Act of 1960 provides authority for the Corps of Engineers to improve navigation including dredging of channels, anchorage areas, and turning basins and construction of breakwaters, jetties and groins, through a partnership with non-Federal government sponsor such as
  • CAP Section 103, Beach Restoration and Shoreline Protection Projects

    Beach erosion and hurricane and storm damage reduction.
  • CAP Section 14, Streambank and Shoreline Erosion

    Streambank and shoreline erosion protection of public works and non-profit public services
  • Regulatory Program - Michigan

    Regulatory permits and programs specific for the State of Michigan.
  • Recreation / Water Safety

    RecreationThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is one of the nation's leading federal providers of outdoor recreation with more than 400 lake and river projects in 43 states. Visitors of all ages can enjoy traditional activities like hiking, boating, fishing, camping and hunting, and for those slightly more adventurous there is snorkeling, windsurfing,
  • Regulatory Program - Kentucky

    Regulatory permits and programs specific for the state of Kentucky.
  • Regulatory Program - Kentucky

    Regulatory permits and programs specific for the State of Kentucky.
  • Regulatory Program - Tennessee

    Regulatory permits and programs specific for the state of Tennessee.
  • Regulatory Program - Pennsylvania

    Regulatory permits and programs specific for the State of Pennsylvania.