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Environmental Resource Permitting (ERP) and Sovereign Submerged Lands (SSL) Rules

State Programmatic General Permit
 

Note: The Corps has recently disallowed use of the SPGP for placement of rip rap within Johnson Seagrass Critical Habitat and Smalltooth Sawfish Critical Habitat within Charlotte, Lee, & Collier Counties (Monroe County is already excluded from the availability to use the SPGP). Maps of these Critical Habitat areas are available in the table below.

On September 24, 1997, the Jacksonville District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued an expanded State Programmatic General Permit (SPGP III). The purpose of the SPGP III was to avoid duplication of permitting between the Corps and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) for minor work located in waters of the United States, including navigable waters. Thus, the need for separate approval from the Corps would be mostly eliminated. SPGP IV further increased the efficiency of both State and Federal staff in serving the public. Currently, SPGP IV-R1 has expanded the geographic coverage by including the counties in the panhandle area. Therefore, SPGP IV-R1 will be implemented throughout the entire State of Florida, excluding Monroe County, continuing environmental protection while increasing the service to the public.

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State Programmatic General Permit

Please Note: All files below are adobe PDF format and less than 100 KB unless indicated.

Title

Description

SPGP IV-R1

General Conditions

SPGP IV-R1 Permit Instrument
Coordination Agreement

Coordination Agreement between the US Army Corps of Engineers
(Jacksonville District) and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Attachment 1
 
(272 kb)

Federally Threatened or Endangered Species and Candidate Species for Federal
Listing in Florida Counties

Attachment 2
 
(106 kb)

Manatee Key 2008

Attachment 3  Standard Manatee Construction Conditions
Attachment 4

General Dock Construction Guidelines

Attachment 5

Johnson's Seagrass Construction Key

Attachment 6

Corps Field Office County Permitting Responsibilities

Attachment 7 Gulf Sturgeon Critical Habitat Maps
Attachment 8 Beach Mice Habitat
Attachment 9 Wood Stork Nesting Colony Locations
Attachment 10 FWS Bald Eagle Clearance Letter
Attachment 11 American Crocodile Critical Habitat
Attachment 12
 
(1.4 mb)
Johnson's Seagrass Critical Habitat
Attachment 13
 
(111 kb)
Florida Panther Consultation Area
Attachment 14 Sea Turtle and Smalltooth Sawfish Construction Conditions
Map (386 kb) Smalltooth Sawfish Critical Habitat

 

Last updated: April 08, 2013

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