Nationwide General Permits within the New York District
It is possible that a project may qualify for authorization under one or more nationwide general permits, in accordance with Title 33 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 330 and the Federal Register notice dated February 21, 2012. An activity is authorized under nationwide general permit(s) only if that activity and the permittee satisfy all of the terms and conditions. Unless a nationwide general permit contains a condition requiring the applicant to notify the Corps prior to undertaking the proposed activity, a written authorization is not necessary. Activities that do not qualify for authorization under a nationwide general permit may still be authorized by an individual or regional general permit.
Public Notice announcing Final 2012 Nationwide Permit Regional Conditions for New York
New York State DEC Water Quality Certification Letter
New York State DOS Coastal Zone Concurrence Letter
Public Notice announcing Final 2012 Nationwide Permit Regional Conditions for New Jersey
New Nationwide Permits announced by Federal Register dated February 21, 2012, becoming effective March 19, 2012
Public Notice announcing the reissuance of the Nationwide Permits in the Federal Register dated February 21, 2012