Public Notices & Environmental Assessments

Continuing Authorities Program Section 205 Flood Risk Management, City of Arcadia, Trempealeau County, Wisconsin - Modifications to Reach 1
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), St. Paul District is currently designing a flood risk management project in the city of Arcadia, Wisconsin.
Date of Expiration: 02/19/2024
Programmatic Agreement for UMRR, HREP, NESP programs
The Corps of Engineers has determined due to the nature of the Upper Mississippi River Restoration (UMRR) and Navigation and Ecosystem Sustainability Program (NESP), their generally shared multi-state geographic region and similar authorized purposes and undertakings, that a combined Programmatic Agreement is needed to clarify review procedures, improve consistency, consultation, and accountability in fulfilling its responsibilities to comply with Section 106 of the NHPA pursuant to 36 CFR § 800.14.
Date of Expiration: 01/01/2024
City of Aneta Water and Sewer Improvement Project
The purpose of the proposed action is to update the water and sewer systems in the city of Aneta. The project, to be undertaken by the city of Aneta, would consist of removing and replacing 44 blocks of existing cast iron water mains and services and installing new PVC pipes by open trench method and by horizontal directional drilling (trenchless) method of construction. The project also includes rehabilitation of 48 blocks of vitrified clay sewer mains by relining with cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP), which is a trenchless method of construction. The project will also replace water services, gate valves, non-working curb stops, rehabilitate manholes, restore pavement, hydrants, complete miscellaneous concrete repairs, and final site stabilization. Steel casing will need to be bored under the BNSF railroad tracks to allow for installation of the new water main looping which will provide a second connection to the northeast portion of the city.
Date of Expiration: 12/18/2023
City of Ogilvie Wastewater Treatment Facility Improvements
The city of Ogilvie, Minnesota, is proposing to improve its wastewater treatment facility by converting its current trickling filter facility to an activated sludge system.
Date of Expiration: 10/31/2023