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2014 National Wetland Plant List and Fact Sheet

13 May 2014 - Stow Field office closed due to flooding.  See note in Contact Information for details.

New! 17 June 2014 - Public Comment Periods extended for the Clean Water Act Proposed Rule for Definition of Waters of the U.S. and Clean Water Act Interpretive Rule for Section 404(f)(1)(A) For more information, click here.

New! 15 July 2014 - Change to Public Comment Period and Rescheduled Public Hearing for the Proposed Modifications to Regional Conditions of the Nationwide Permits for the State of Ohio.  For more info click here.

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Contact Information:

Please submit new permit applications to the Buffalo District Office and use the Buffalo District office contact information for general questions and inquiries.  If you leave a message regarding general questions and inquiries, a Regulatory staff member will return your call as soon as possible; generally within 24 hours or the next business day.

Buffalo District Office 716-879-4330, Fax 716-879-4310

1776 Niagara Street, Buffalo, NY 14207 

Email: LRB.Regulatory@usace.army.mil

Auburn Field Office 315-255-8090, Fax 315-255-1492

7413 County House Road, Auburn, NY 13021

Oak Harbor Field Office 419-898-3491, Fax 419-898-4292

240 Lake Street, Unit D, Oak Harbor, OH 43449

Orwell Field Office 440-437-5847, Fax 440-437-5842

33 Grand Valley Avenue, Orwell, OH 44076

**13 May 2014 - STOW FIELD OFFICE CLOSED DUE TO FLOOD DAMAGE** 

Due to water damage associated with a flood event, the Stow Field Office is closed as of May 13, 2014.  A message will be posted when the office re-opens.  Corps of Engineers staff that work from this office can still be reached at the below listed phone numbers, but are currently not reporting to the office in Stow.

Stow Field Office 716-879-4436 and 716-879-4114

1100 Graham Road Circle, Stow, OH 44224

   

VIOLATION:

To report a lake, stream, or wetland violation, click here.