Tulsa District Regulatory Permits for Public Comment

PURPOSE:  The purpose of these public notices are to inform you of a proposal for work in which you might be interested and to solicit your comments and information to better enable us to make a reasonable decision on factors affecting the public interest.

SECTION 10: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is directed by Congress through Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 (33 USC 403) to regulate all work or structures in or affecting the course, condition, or capacity of navigable waters of the United States.  The intent of this law is to protect the navigable capacity of waters important to interstate commerce.

SECTION 404: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is directed by Congress through Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (33 USC 1344) to regulate the discharges of dredged and fill material into all waters of the United States.  These waters include lakes, rivers, streams, mudflats, sandflats, sloughs, wet meadows, natural ponds, and wetlands adjacent to other waters.  The intent of the law is to protect these waters from the indiscriminate discharge of material capable of causing pollution and to restore and maintain their chemical, physical, and biological integrity.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District

Regulatory Office, Chief




Published April 3, 2020
Expiration date: 5/3/2020

Location: The proposed project is located at Latitude: 35.60302, Longitude: -97.52462, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma.  The project site can be found on the Britton, Oklahoma 7.5 Minute USGS Quadrangle.

Purpose: The overall purpose of this work is to reshape an existing pond to increase continuous land surface, facilitating the construction of a commercial development.  The project is not a water dependent activity.

Description of Work: The applicant proposes to discharge fill material into 4.03 acres and to inundate 0.50 acre of Waters of the U.S. to reshape the existing pond to facilitate the construction of a commercial development, including roads, parking areas, commercial buildings, and utilities.  The proposed construction will require the placement of 50,000 cubic yards of native soil material below the Ordinary High Water Mark and within wetland boundaries.  The work would be completed utilizing standard equipment for construction activities, such as excavators, bulldozers, frontend loaders, etc.