Regulatory Permit Program


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Regulatory Public Notices

As used by the Corps, the term "public notice" is an official, required government announcement of a proposed agency action, decision made or under consideration, public hearing or other activity.  Please download the attachment(s) associated with notice for the complete, formatted, public notice with tables, illustrations, maps and plans.

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Mitigation Public Notices

For all public notices pertaining to compensatory mitigation bank proposals or in-lieu fee mitigation sites developed by the North Carolina Division of Mitigation Services (NCDMS), please go to the Regulatory In-lieu Fee and Bank Information Tracking System website at

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Archive: July, 2014
  • SAW-2013-01656

    Expiration date: 8/18/2014

    The Wilmington District, Corps of Engineers (Corps) received an application from Ms. Elizabeth Letendre seeking Department of the Army authorization to fill or otherwise impact 0.174 acres of jurisdictional wetlands, associated with development of a venue for weddings in Currituck County, North Carolina.

  • Hurricane Arthur Emergency Permitting Procedures

    Expiration date: 12/29/2014

    The purpose of this notice is to advise the public that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington District will initiate the following emergency permitting procedures in response to conditions resulting from possible erosion, and storm damage associated with effects of Hurricane Arthur.