Public Notice Notifications

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

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  • SAJ-2022-01114 (SP-CGK)

    Expiration date: 10/22/2022

    Palm Beach County. Palm Beach County Environmental Resources Management. Riviera Beach. FL. PROJECT PURPOSE: Basic: The basic project purpose is to create oyster reef habitat. Overall: The overall project purpose is to create oyster reef habitat over an existing dredge hole in Palm Beach County, Florida

  • SAJ-2018-01279 (MOD-CGK)

    Expiration date: 10/11/2022

    Palm Beach County. Palm Beach County Department of Environmental Resources Management. West Palm Beach. FL. PROJECT PURPOSE: Basic: The basic project purpose is to enhance offshore fisheries. Overall: The overall project purpose is to enhance offshore fisheries in Palm Beach County, Florida

  • SAJ-2015-02189 (SP-CGK)

    Expiration date: 10/20/2022

    Palm Beach County. City of West Palm Beach. West Palm Beach. FL. PROJECT PURPOSE: Basic: The basic project purpose is to improve water access, shoreline stabilization, recreation, and public use for an existing park. Overall: The overall project purpose is to improve water access, shoreline stabilization, recreation, and public use at the existing Currie Park in Palm Beach County, Florida.

  • SAJ-2022-00970-(SP-PRC)

    Expiration date: 10/6/2022

    Palm Beach County. Anatnal, Inc. (Old Key Lime House). Lake Worth. FL. PROJECT PURPOSE: Basic: The basic project purpose is to improve shoreline stabilization. Overall: The overall project purpose is to improve shoreline stabilization at 110 South Lake Drive and 300 E Ocean Avenue, Lake Worth, Palm Beach County.

  • SAJ-2022-01300(SP-CF)

    Expiration date: 9/13/2022

    Palm Beach County. South Florida Water Management. PROJECT PURPOSE: The applicant has provided the following purpose of the proposed project. South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) states that the purpose of the Central Everglades Planning Project (CEPP) is to improve the quantity, quality, timing and distribution of water flows to the Northern Estuaries, central Everglades (WCA 3), Everglades National Park and Florida Bay while increasing water supply for municipal, industrial and agricultural users. CEPP is a sub-component of the larger Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP), and will be implemented in four phases, CEPP North Phase (CEPP North) being one of the phases. The proposed project to construct the S-620 gated culvert is the first feature of CEPP North. The purpose of the S-620 project is to remove the existing plug at the western terminus of the L-6 Canal and replace it with an operable gated culvert, S-620. When conditions are appropriate and all CEPP North project features are completed, the S-620 gated culvert will allow the release of up to 500 cfs from the L-6 Canal into the L-5 Remnant Canal. The water released will be further conveyed west for delivery into the northwest corner of Water Conservation Area - 3A. In conjunction with other CEPP North features, the flows provided by the S-620 gated culvert project are needed to achieve the regional downstream restoration and wetland habitat enhancement goals of improving the quantity, quality, timing and distribution of water flows to the Northern Estuaries, central Everglades (Water Conservation Area - 3), Everglades National Park and Florida Bay while increasing water supply for municipal, industrial and agricultural users. Basic: The basic project purpose is water conveyance. Overall: The overall project purpose is to provide freshwater inflow facilities for receipt of water from other CEPP phases, conveyance improvements, and increased landscape connectivity to restore northern Water Conservation Area 3A (WCA-3A).