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Shoreline Management Plans

Shoreline Management Plans help to ensure that the water area, shoreline and adjacent public land of Corps of Engineers projects are managed to protect the environment and scenic beauty of our lakes for future generations.  The plan achieves this by limiting private use of the federal resource as set forth in the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 36, Chapter III, Part 327.

 Read Title 36     327.30 Shoreline Management on Civil Works Projects

More about Shoreline Use Permit Program

***2012 Change to Shoreline Management Plans***

The following memorandum is an administrative change to Tulsa District's Shoreline Management Plans and references Section 6-02 titled Removal of Permitted Facilities.  The conditions of said titled section are contained within Section 6-01 of the Kansas plans available on this website but do not change the conditions as set forth in the memorandum.

 Removal of Permitted Facilities 

***2013 Change to Shoreline Management Plans***

The following memorandum is an administrative change to Tulsa District's Shoreline Management Plans.  The purpose of this supplement is to clarify application, construction and inspection requirements to reflect current policies and permitting procedures governing privately owned boat docks on Tulsa District lakes.

Privately Owned Boat Docks

About the Plans and Maps

Shoreline Management Plans

Shoreline Management Plans deal with private boat docks, mowing permits, and other uses of government property.  The Shoreline Management Plan, and all maps available for these projects, can be viewed or downloaded here.

Shoreline Management Plan Maps

These maps show the zoning of parcels of the shoreline at the lakes.  Most of the projects have mutiple maps to show the zoning clearly and for these projects the zoning maps have been combined into one document.  Due to the large file size these projects may be slow to load.

Cove Maps

The cove maps are of individual coves and their allotted shoreline.  These maps indicate the amount of shoreline zoned for private floating structures.  The maps are available as a combined file and have been setup with Bookmarks to assist the user in finding the cove map of interest.

 

Minimum Design Standards

Standard design features are required for floating facilities authorized by the Shoreline Mangement Plans.  The following documents cover the minimum standards for floating facilities on Corps of Engineers lakes.

For Eufaula Lake, all requirements can be found in the Eufaula Lake Shoreline Management Plan available on this page.

Shoreline Use Permits

Permit conditions may vary.  Contact the lake office for more information and to obtain an application for a shoreline use permit.

Statement of Conditions for Shoreline Use Permit

Kansas Projects

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The Toronto Shoreline Management Plan is nearly identical to the Fall River plan and is not available on this website.  The Toronto plan is available for review at the Fall River Lake Office or you may call the Toronto Lake Office if you need additional information.

Shoreline Management Map

Proposed Changes