Public Notices Overview

ALL projects are sorted by issuance date. The public notices and drawings are in PDF formatted files. You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your PC to view the files. If you don't have it, you may download it free from  

Instant Notification of New Public Notices:  Click on the green RSS button to the right to receive automatic e-mail updates. If you wish to subscribe you need an RSS app installed on your device. Please note that all web browsers do not support RSS feeds.

Viewing Notices. To view a Public Notice and its associated Drawings file (if any), click on the "Public Notice" or "Public Notice and Drawings" link and any additional links included in the attachments section. To download a file to your PC, right-click on the link, then select "Save Target As" from the menu. To view other Corps District's public notices click here,.

How to send comments. Comments can be mailed to the address appearing in the Public Notice or emailed to the Project Manager identified on the Public Notice. Comments made in reference to a Public Notice should include your name, address, and phone number as well as the permit application number identified on the Public Notice. 

Individuals or parties may request an extension of time in which to comment on the proposed work by writing to the project manager or clicking on the project manager’s name on the public notice grid on the web page.  Any request must be specific and substantively supportive of the requested extension, and received by this office prior to the end of the initial comment period.  The Branch Chief will review the request and the requestor will be promptly notified of the decision to grant or deny the request.  If granted, the time extension will be continuous to the initial comment period and, inclusive of the initial comment period, will not exceed a total of 30 calendar days.

To view issued or pending individual permits, click here.

Appeals of Jurisdictional Determinations and Proffered or Denied Permits. To view a table of administrative appeals within the Mississippi Valley Division, click here.


Published Oct. 18, 2021
Expiration date: 11/6/2021

NAME OF APPLICANT:  G Lewis LA, LLC dba Garry Lewis Properties, Attn: Helene Brown, 17457 Wes McLin Rd., Suite A, Livingston, LA 70754.      

The work described below was partially completed prior to obtaining a Department of the Army permit and was in violation of Section 301 of the Clean Water Act.  All legal issues concerning the unauthorized work have since been deferred.

 LOCATION OF WORK:  In an approximate 19.2-acre site located 0.3 mile south of I-12 on Spring Ranch Rd., in Section 4, Township 7 South, Range 4 East, in Livingston, Louisiana, in Livingston Parish, within the Pontchartrain Basin in hydrologic unit (HUC 08070202), as shown on the attached drawings (Latitude 30.468768 N, Longitude -90.820928 W).   

CHARACTER OF WORK: The applicant has requested Department of the Army authorization to resolve a violation by which forested wetlands were cleared and filled for the construction of a road (Milton Lane) to facilitate an ongoing silviculture operation.  The applicant will continue the silviculture operation and excavate to backfill the roadway shoulder for the installation of utilities and a 12” main water line.  This main water line will connect a water tower to be constructed onsite to provide a reliable source of potable water..  A well, pump and treatment tank will be constructed to complete the water tower project.  An equipment building and caretaker residence will also be constructed to maintain the ongoing silviculture operation.  Approximately 43,500 cubic yards of native material will be excavated and backfilled.  The proposed project is situated on an approximate 19.3-acre tract that has been determined to contain approximately 3.16 acres of jurisdictional forested wetlands an approximately 0.06 acre of jurisdictional waters of the U.S.  All 3.16 acres of jurisdictional forested wetlands and 0.06 acre of other waters of the U.S. will be permanently impacted.  To compensate for unavoidable wetland impacts, the applicant proposes to use a Corps approved mitigation bank within the watershed of impact.