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    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District      

    Jacksonville, 32207  

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    Setback Guidance

    Setback Guidance

    12.04.2014 | Video by Nakeir Nobles
    The setback guidance was established to provide the criteria by which structures proposed to be constructed along certain channels are evaluated.
    Mitigation Banking

    Mitigation Banking

    12.04.2014 | Video by Nakeir Nobles
    The Army Corps of Engineers is responsible for determining the appropriate form and amount of compensatory mitigation required. Methods of...
    Indirect Effects

    Indirect Effects

    12.04.2014 | Video by Nakeir Nobles
    An assessment method to determine the appropriate amount of wetland compensatory mitigation to offset functional losses resulting from indirect...
    Endangered Species

    Endangered Species

    03.09.2015 | Video by Nakeir Nobles
    Package about the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers working with groups on matters of the Endangered Species Act of 1973
    Alternatives Analysis

    Alternatives Analysis

    02.04.2015 | Video by Nakeir Nobles
    Permit applications must demonstrate enough alternatives have been considered for the project to show selected alternative is the least ...

    Recent News Stories

    Corps advances efforts to restore America’s...

    11.01.2016 | Courtesy Story
    By: Col. Jason Kirk, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District Commander September 30 marked the end of fiscal year 2016 for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District—a year in which our Team of Professionals, alongside our partners, achieved on-the-ground benefits to restore America’s Everglades.

    Corps must remain vigilant managing Lake O

    07.08.2016 | Courtesy Story
    Unseasonably wet conditions during the dry season tested our south Florida water management system. We worked alongside our state and federal partners, utilizing any flexibility we could find in the system. Despite those efforts, Lake Okeechobee recorded its highest July 1st stage since 2005.