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Published Jan. 4, 2022


On December 27, 2021, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) published a final rule in the Federal Register (86 FR 73522) announcing the reissuance of 40 existing nationwide permits (NWPs) and one new NWP. These 41 NWPs will go into effect on February 25, 2022, and they will expire on March 14, 2026:
•NWP 1 – Aids to Navigation
•NWP 2 – Structures in Artificial Canals
•NWP 3 – Maintenance
•NWP 4 – Fish and Wildlife Harvesting, Enhancement, and Attraction Devices and Activities
•NWP 5 – Scientific Measurement Devices
•NWP 6 – Survey Activities
•NWP 7 – Outfall Structures and Associated Intake Structures
•NWP 8 – Oil and Gas Structures on the Outer Continental Shelf
•NWP 9 – Structures in Fleeting and Anchorage Areas
•NWP 10 – Mooring Buoys
•NWP 11 – Temporary Recreational Structures
•NWP 13 – Bank Stabilization
•NWP 14 – Linear Transportation Projects
•NWP 15 – U.S. Coast Guard Approved Bridges
•NWP 16 – Return Water From Upland Contained Disposal Areas
•NWP 17 – Hydropower Projects
•NWP 18 – Minor Discharges
•NWP 19 – Minor Dredging
•NWP 20 – Response Operations for Oil or Hazardous Substances
•NWP 22 – Removal of Vessels
•NWP 23 – Approved Categorical Exclusions
•NWP 24 – Indian Tribe or State Administered Section 404 Programs
•NWP 25 – Structural Discharges
•NWP 27 – Aquatic Habitat Restoration, Establishment, and Enhancement Activities
•NWP 28 – Modifications of Existing Marinas
•NWP 30 – Moist Soil Management for Wildlife
•NWP 31 – Maintenance of Existing Flood Control Facilities
•NWP 32 – Completed Enforcement Actions
•NWP 33 – Temporary Construction, Access, and Dewatering
•NWP 34 – Cranberry Production Activities  
•NWP 35 – Maintenance Dredging of Existing Basins
•NWP 36 – Boat Ramps
•NWP 37 – Emergency Watershed Protection and Rehabilitation
•NWP 38 – Cleanup of Hazardous and Toxic Waste
•NWP 41 – Reshaping Existing Drainage Ditches
•NWP 45 – Repair of Uplands Damaged by Discrete Events
•NWP 46 – Discharges in Ditches
•NWP 49 – Coal Remining Activities
•NWP 53 – Removal of Low-Head Dams
•NWP 54 – Living Shorelines
•NWP 59 – Water Reclamation and Reuse Facilities

More details are in the attached special public notice.