Public Notices

A public notice is the primary method for advising all interested parties of a proposed activity for which a permit is sought. Soliciting comments and information necessary to evaluate the probable impacts on the public interest. Public notices are also published to inform the public about new or proposed regulations, policies, guidance or permit procedures.  

Public Notices published by the Los Angeles District are posted on these three pages. There are two types of Public Notices; Regulatory and Project Public Notices. Comments are due by the expiration date of the public notice. 

Only comments submitted by email or in hard copy format through a delivery service, such as the U.S. Postal Service, can be accepted.   Comments must be submitted to the address listed in the public notice.

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  • 408-SPL-2024-0010

    Expiration date: 3/31/2024

    Section 408 permit application from Caltrans, through the Santa Barbara County Flood Control District (SBCFCD), has requested permission from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to alter Santa Maria River, a feature for flood control in the Santa Maria River Basin (USACE project), in Santa Barbara County, California.
  • 408-SPL-2024-0005

    Expiration date: 3/22/2024

    Section 408 permit application from the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), through the Los Angeles County Flood Control District (LACFCD), has requested permission from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to alter San Gabriel River, a feature for flood control in the Los Angeles County Drainage Area (USACE project), in Los Angeles County, California.
  • SPL-2021-04-14-NLH State Route 71/91 Interchange Improvement Proj

    A Supplemental Environmental Assessment has been prepared for use by the United States Army Corps of Engineers to supplement the EA that was prepared for the previously approved State Route 71/ SR 91 Interchange Improvement Project in 2014.

  • SPL-2015-00360-VN

    The City of Chino, in coordination with the California Department of Transportation, proposes to extend Pine Avenue from SR-71 eastward to El Prado Road as an urban four-lane arterial roadway.