US Army Corps of Engineers
Huntington District

In October 2017, the Institute for Water Resource (IWR) challenged the Waterborne Commerce Statistics (WCS) Team nationwide with finding efficiencies in data collection and processing on the WCS mission. The Planning Center of Expertise for Inland Navigation's Data Management Branch located within LRH, which processes approximately forty percent of the nation's Waterborne Commerce Statistics annually, decided to focus on increasing automation, and in turn reducing data entry.
The 2018 National Inventory of Dams (NID) is now available! All charts, queries and maps reflect the most current NID database. The NID was populated using the 116th Congressional District information. State and federal dam regulators provided their data from May to November 2018 for inclusion in the 2018 database.

Latest News Releases

Zoar Levee Public Meeting on April 24
4/19/2019
HUNTINGTON, W.Va – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District will hold a public meeting to provide the latest information on modifications to the Zoar Levee. The meeting will be on...
Funding Announcement for Construction of Lens Creek Sewer Line Extension Project to be Discussed on March 20
3/15/2019
HUNTINGTON, W.Va – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District, and the Kanawha County Commission will hold a joint press conference to discuss plans for the construction phase of the Lens...

 

Regulatory Public Notices

LRH 2018-483-TUS

4/18/2019
The applicant has requested a permit for the unauthorized discharge of dredge and/or fill material into 0.957 acre of wetland on residential property.

LRH-2019-198-LMR

4/12/2019
The applicant has requested a Department of the Army (DA) permit authorization for the proposed discharge of dredged and/or fill material into waters of the United States in association with the Batavia Low-Head Dam Removal project.  The proposal would involve the removal of a low-head dam, installation of in-stream restoration features, and stabilization work in order to re-establish a natural flow regime and enhance aquatic and riparian habitat

 

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