Public Notice Notifications

The Jacksonville District currently has five categories of public notice notification mailing lists. If you wish to receive email notifications when new public notices are added to this page, please send a request to Regulatory Webmaster.  Each category is described below. Be sure to specify which list(s) you want to be included on.

Florida - This includes all public notices for projects being reviewed for Standard Permits within the State of Florida.

Antilles - This includes all public notices for projects being reviewed for Standard Permits within the Antilles area (this includes Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands).

Tropical Storms & Other Emergencies - These public notices provide information on procedures for emergency permitting requirements due to specific tropical storm events or other emergency situations.

Special Issues - These are public notices that involve the Regulatory program but which are generally not limited to one particular geographic area. These would include public notices for the establishment or modification of Restricted Areas/Danger Zones, re-issuance of General Permits or Nationwide Permits, changes to guidance and policies, etc.

Administrative Penalty - These public notices provide information associated with Administrative Penalties. An Administrative Penalty can be assessed to address violations associated with issued Department of the Army permits.

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  • SAJ-2024-00125(SP-DCM)

    Expiration date: 7/10/2024

    Ponce, Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico Telephone Company, Inc. Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. PROJECT PURPOSE: Basic: Telecommunication/fiber-optic utility line system Overall: Extend the existing AMX-1 submarine fiber-optic cable system connecting the U.S., Central America, Brazil, and the Caribbean through the installation of a new cable segment between Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic, as to provide additional capacity to meet the increasing demand for international telecommunication traffic, diversify the routes into Puerto Rico and the Caribbean (to help safeguard the continuity of international telecommunication services), and provide a redundant telecommunication source to the island of Puerto Rico.

  • SAJ-2023-02441(SP-LOB)

    Expiration date: 7/4/2024

    Naranjito, Puerto Rico. Ann Ventura. San Juan, Puerto Rico. PROJECT PURPOSE: Basic: Construction of Raw Water Intake Infrastructure. Overall: To provide safe, reliable, and sustainable drinking water supply to several sectors

  • SAJ-2018-01668(SP-KMU)

    Expiration date: 6/30/2024

    Fajardo, Puerto Rico. Marlon Mellado. PROJECT PURPOSE: Help meet long-term vessel berthing and marine transient tourism demands and further stimulate economic development in the Fajardo area. Marina Puerto Chico is at full capacity and requests from transient boaters have been increasing in recent years. In order to meet the demand provided by both the local and transient boater market, the marina is proposing to develop three new floating docks. The project will provide 19 transient slips and 22 permanent slips, plus 173.2 meters of continuous transient side berthing.

  • SAJ-1992-60295 (SP-EMP)

    Expiration date: 6/14/2024

    Bay County. Rainbow Restaurants, INC., Panama City, Florida. PROJECT PURPOSE: Basic: The basic project purpose is for improvements to an existing marina. Overall: The overall project purpose is to expand the marina by increasing the number of decks and boat slips in addition to installing a new fuel dispenser, in Panama City.

  • SAJ-2020-02813(SP-KMU)

    Expiration date: 6/8/2024

    St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. Enrique Rodriguez. PROJECT PURPOSE: Basic: Underwater memorial site for the deceased. Overall: The objective of the proposal is to provide Virgin Islanders and others with an affordable alternative to burial which would help enhance the marine environment by providing substates for propagation of corals and habitat for other aquatic species. The applicant seeks authorization to create an underwater memorial park where people can have ashes of the deceased incorporated into small memorial structures and attached to the seafloor.