US Army Corps of Engineers
Los Angeles District

Permit Requirements

United States Army Corps of Engineers
Los Angeles District Regulatory Division

 

LIST OF INFORMATION REQUIRED FOR COMPLETE APPLICATION

The following information would assist the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in reviewing your application for a Department of the Army permit. Not all of the information is necessary or applicable to each project. Please provide the information appropriate to your proposed project. Supplying this information when you file your application could significantly reduce the processing time.



APPLICANT INFORMATION

  • Mailing Address
  • Telephone Number during business hours
  • Confirmation of property ownership
  • Signature and statement designating official agent

ACTIVITY INFORMATION

  • Complete written description of activity
  • Location
  • Scheduling of the activity
  • Type and quantity of structural material used or removed

PURPOSE

  • Purpose for proposed activity/discharge
  • Need for the proposed activity

DISCHARGE OF DREDGE AND FILL MATERIAL

  • Type of material to be dredged or used as fill
  • Composition of material to be dredged or used as fill
  • Quantity of material to be dredged or used as fill in cubic yards
  • Method of dredging if applicable
  • Plans and location for disposal of the dredged material
  • Dimensions of the fill area in square yards
  • Location of the discharge site
  • Delineation of special aquatic sites
  • Source of the fill material
  • Method of discharging material
  • Method of transportation of dredged material
  • Dimensions of the adjacent structures
  • Proposed use of fill area, including specific structures to be erected on fill area or platform

NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF ADJOINING PROPERTY OWNERS/LESSEES
(Please notify Corps of Engineers if more than four and submit these on pre-typed address labels)
 

STATUS OF ADDITIONAL PERMITS, CERTIFICATIONS OR DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED

  • Arizona Department of Environmental Quality AND/OR U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - 401 certification
  • State Historic Preservation Officer - documentation of contact
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service - documentation of contact

FOR MAPS AND DRAWING STANDARDS, please see Technical Information under Permit Process page.

ADDITIONAL PROJECT INFORMATION

  • Mitigation plan-including: Layout & Mitigation; Description; Schedule of planting; species list; maintenance & monitoring program
  • Photographs of the project site (aerials if available)
  • Report describing the biological resources on the project site
  • Results of focused surveys for endangered species. Contact the Fish & Wildlife Service (602) 640-2720
  • Report of archeologist/historian at the regional center in your location. Contact Arizona State Parks (602) 542-4174 for all counties within the State of Arizona
  • Report describing the cultural resources on the project site
  • Alternatives Analysis for individual permit