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Approved Jurisdictional Determinations

2017 Jurisdicional Determinations

Approved Waters of the U.S.

Permit Number

County

Description

Date

NWW-2017-00173 Madison Road Crossings 06/13/2017
NWW-2016-00587 Canyon Commercial Development 02/28/2017
NWW-2016-00245 Teton Wetland Delineation 01/12/2017
NWW-2016-00631 Teton Residential Development 01/10/2017

 

 

Approved Non-Waters of the U.S.

Permit Number

County

Description

Date

NWW-2017-00415 Madison Bridge Construction 08/01/2017
NWW-2017-00412 Bonner Residential Development 07/19/2017
NWW-2017-00342 Lemhi Bank Stabilization 06/20/2017
NWW-2017-00015 Butte Commercial Development 06/02/2017
NWW-2017-00274 Bonner Residential Development 05/31/2017
NWW-2017-00187 Bonner Commercial Development 05/05/2017 
NWW-2017-00186 Madison Residential Development 05/05/2017
NWW-2017-00071 Ada Residential Development 05/03/2017
NWW-2017-00168 Canyon Public Infrastructure 04/28/2017
NWW-2017-00058 Teton Residential Development 04/13/2017
NWW-2017-00017 Bannock Wetland Restoration 01/13/2017
NWW-2017-00012 Jefferson Commercial Development 01/09/2017

 

Definition of Jurisdictional Waters

Waters of the U.S. within the jurisdiction of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers include:

Traditional navigable waterways
• All wetlands adjacent to traditional navigable waters
Non-navigable waters that are relatively permanent
Special aquatic sites, i.e. wetlands that directly abut such waterways and their tributaries
Tributaries that flow intermittently, receive water from natural streams and lakes, and divert water to streams and creeks (Headwaters, Inc. v. Talent Irrigation District, 243 F.3d 526 (9th Cir. 2001))
Non-relatively permanent waters, if there is a significant nexus to traditional navigable waters

A visual representation of the Corps' Jurisdication (fresh water body):

 Representation of Corps Jurisdiction (Fresh Waterbody)