Water Notices and Hearings
Upcoming Public Hearings & Meetings:
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|Date:||Time:||Permit/Rule/Document:||Public Notice:||Virtual Link:|
|01-18-2022||5:00 PM (Eastern)||Draft General ARAP for Floating Cabins on Tennessee Valley Authority Reservoirs||ARAP Notice|
|01-18-2022||5:00 PM (Central)||Draft Mining NPDES Permit TN0069558 (Renewal and Modification) -SRM Materials LLC. - Woodbury Quarry||Public Hearing Notice|
|02-22-2022||6:00 PM (Central)||Draft NPDES Permit : Ford Motor Company||NPDES Hearing Notice|
|Draft NPDES Permit : Megasite Authority of West Tennessee|
|Draft Aquatic Resource Alteration Permit : Ford Motor Company||ARAP Hearing Notice|
Virtual Participation Instructions and Guidance
(For participation in public meetings/hearings through web conferencing)
Please note that you may also participate in public hearings by telephone. Call-in information for each hearing, as well as a number to call during the hearing for technical assistance, is provided in each public notice.
January 11, 2022
Tennessee's proposed Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for the Cheatham Lake Watershed, located in middle Tennessee, is now available for public review and comment.
NOVEMBER 23, 2021
Draft 2022 List of Impaired and Threatened Waters in Tennessee
The draft 2022 List of Impaired and Threatened Waters in Tennessee is now available for public review and comments. This document, developed by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, compiles waterbody segments that violate one or more water quality criteria or are documented as threatened by pollutants.
Comments on the draft list will be accepted through February 25, 2022, and should be directed to Richard.Cochran@tn.gov.
To further facilitate public review and comments, a public hearing was held on January 11, 2022.
Please see the public notice document for additional information.
None at this time.
- MMXXI-003 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
- Notice of Public Hearing for TN0082368 (Ford Motor Co) and TN 0081906 (Megasite Authority of West Tennessee)
- NRS21.238 - Public Notice and Notice of Public Hearing - Ford Motor Company proposes impacts to 13,137 feet of stream, 4.82 acres of wetlands, and two open water habitats for construction of the Blue Oval City manufacturing site for the production of electric vehicles and batteries. Additional alterations to streams and wetlands are associated with the Permittee Responsible Mitigation that will occur to offset impacts to streams. Hearing details can be found in the public notice document.
- NRS21.320 - Jennifer Young proposes to install 150 feet of rip rap adjacent to 400 feet of existing rip rap and install a 60 foot by 30 foot dock on Watts Bar (Tennessee River) in Rhea County.
- NRS21.322 - Ardent Mills, LLC proposes to upgrade barge receiving facilities on the Tennessee River in Chattanooga (Hamilton County) by installing a sheet pile cell and wing walls, rip rap, and z-pile roadway and lid storage platform supports and removing a marine receiving leg and steel tower and associated equipment. Work will include dredging and removal of approximately 1,167 cubic yards of sediment.
- NRS21.327 - Wayne Tipps proposes to install 490 feet of rip rap near 350 feet of rip rap for bank stabilization, and plant native vegetation between rip rap and established vegetation on Watts Bar Reservoir (Tennessee River) near Brady Point Lane (Meigs County). A 35 foot wide vegetative buffer will be allowed to grow naturally except for a walking trail.
- NRS21.297 - KCI Technologies proposes stream mitigation treatments along approximately 8,814 feet of Brawleys Fork (aka Walnut Springs Branch), and three unnamed tributaries to Brawleys Fork, resulting in 9,666 feet of stream in Bradyville (Cannon County). The work is proposed for development of the Lucky Landing Stream Mitigation Bank.
- MMXXI-002 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
- NRS19.020 - Shelby County Government proposes to fill 0.47 acres of wetlands, construct a lake, and a place a pedestrian crossing over two streams in Rodney Baber Park in Memphis. Compensatory mitigation for the wetland impacts will be through purchase of 1.00 credits from the Mt. Tena Wetland Mitigation Bank on the Wolf River in Fayette County. The remaining 3.04 acres of unimpacted wetlands will be placed under land use restrictions.
- Notice of Determination, NRS21.215 - The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation has made a determination of Socioeconomic necessity for impacts to Station Camp Creek, an Exceptional Tennessee Water, for Phase 2 of the McCain’s Station mixed-use commercial and residential development in Gallatin (Sumner County).
- NRS21.227 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation proposes impacts to Whittemore Branch, three unnamed tributaries to Whittemore Branch, two unnamed tributaries to Mill Creek, and three unnamed wetlands in Nashville to accommodate the widening of State Route 11/US-31A in Davidson County near Old Hickory Boulevard. Stream impacts (595.2 functional feet) will be compensated for through onsite permittee responsible mitigation and credit purchases (701.4 credits total) from the Cumberland River Compact Upper and Middle Service Areas. Wetland impacts (0.93 acres) will be compensated for through the purchase of 1.86 credits from Swamp Road Wetland Mitigation Bank. Temporary wetland impacts will be monitored for two years post-construction to ensure no loss of wetland resource value.
- NRS21.329 - Patrick Powers proposes to install approximately 1,000 feet of rip rap along eroded areas on Watts Bar Reservoir near De Armond Road in Kingston (Roane County) to prevent continued erosion. A 35 foot wide vegetative buffer will be maintained behind the newly installed rip rap and allowed to grow naturally.
- NRS21.344 - Tennessee Technological Institute proposes to re-route and re-encapsulate 372 feet of an unnamed Tributary to Little Creek into 542 feet of encapsulation and fill 0.12 acres of wetlands in Cookeville (Putnam County) to construct a new engineering building, amenities and retention basin.
- M2021-21 - Request for Public Comment on Draft Permit Actions (Individual NPDES Permits, Mining Unit)
- MMXXI-052 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
- NRS18.119-21 - Century Farms, LLC proposes an additional 0.30 acres of wetland fill and 281 feet of impact to two unnamed tributaries to Collins Creek for the construction of a multi-use development in Antioch (Davidson County). Additional proposed impacts will be offset through the purchase of 0.67 wetland credits from the Tennessee Mitigation Fund and 153.1 functional feet stream credits from Setters Ridge Stream Mitigation Bank.
- NRS18.166 - Swanson Development LP proposes to fill approximately 5.45 acres of wetland for a residential development in Murfreesboro (Rutherford County). Wetland impacts will be mitigated through purchase of 12.21 credits from the Tennessee Mitigation Fund In-Lieu Fee program. The remaining 3.82 acres of will be protected through restrictions.
- NRS21.252 - CRG proposes to fill one acre of wetland, 1.18 acres of three ponds, and 535 feet of impacts to unnamed tributaries to Sinking Creek for commercial development in Lebanon (Wilson County). Mitigation for unavoidable impacts will be provided through purchase of 2.24 wetland credits from the Tennessee Mitigation Fund and 278 credits from the Little Trammel Creek Stream Mitigation Bank.
- NRS21.263 - Dan McEwen proposes to install rip rap on 300 feet of riverbank on the Buffalo River near Highway 483 East and Burns Ridge Road in Lobelville (Perry County) to control active erosion.
- NRS21.267 - Cougar WJ Clarksville Real Property LLC proposes to fill 0.35 acres of wetland for commercial development near Trenton Road in Clarksville (Montgomery County). Impacts will be offset through the purchase of 0.78 advance wetland credits from the Tennessee Mitigation Fund.
- NRS21.287 - Mitch Henderson proposes to install 180 feet of shoreline rip rap and remove approximately 485 cubic yards of sediment from Watts Bar (Rhea County) for dock installation.
- NRS21.312 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation proposes to impact 20 feet of an unnamed tributary to the Tennessee River and 1.64 acres of an unnamed wetland to allow for bridge maintenance along State Route 20 on the Tennessee River in Perry County. Compensation for wetland impacts will be through the purchase of 1.78 credits from the Beech River Wetland Mitigation Bank.
- MMXXI-051 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
- M2021-20 - Request for Public Comment on Draft Permit Actions (Individual NPDES Permits, Mining Unit)
- NRS21.268 - LGI Homes proposes to encapsulate 240 feet of unnamed Tributaries to Barton Creek (Wilson County) and fill 0.05 acres of wetland for residential development. Compensatory mitigation for stream impacts will be through the purchase of 63.8 functional feet credits from Walnut Shade Stream Mitigation Bank and wetland mitigation will be through the purchase of 0.112 wetland credits from Tennessee Mitigation Fund In-Lieu Fee Program.
- MMXXI-050 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
- TN0069558 - SRM Materials, LLC - Renewal and modification of a permit to discharge treated mine wastewater and storm water from a facility in Cannon County.
- NRS21.102 - Public Notice and Public Hearing - The Golf Club of Tennessee proposes construction of a water withdrawal intake structure and water withdrawal from the Harpeth River for golf course irrigation, horizontal directional drill utility crossing of Brush Creek, and removal of an intake structure in Brush Creek for the continued irrigation of an 18-hole golf course. A public hearing is scheduled for 5:00 P.M. CST January 11, 2022 at the Kingston Springs Activity Center at 501 Park Street in Kingston Springs, TN 37082.
- NRS21.160 - Public Notice and Public Hearing - The Golf Club of DBI, LLC proposes construction of a water withdrawal intake structure in the Harpeth River and water withdrawal for golf course irrigation, fill of five wetlands totaling 0.46 acres, horizontal directional drilling for a utility crossing of Brush Creek, and construction of a service road crossing of an unnamed tributary for construction of a golf course. A public hearing is scheduled for 5:00 P.M. CST January 11, 2022 at the Kingston Springs Activity Center at 501 Park Street in Kingston Springs, TN 37082.
- NRS21.283 - Scott Mandell proposes to install 358 feet of rip rap, a 32 foot wide boat slip and six foot wide walkway, and a water intake on Watts Bar Reservoir near Nancy Point in Spring City (Rhea County).
- NRS21.294 - The Tennessee Valley Authority proposes to place approximately 0.36 acres of wooden mat on wetlands in Obion and Gibson County to allow installation of optical ground wire between Martin, Kenton, and Dyersburg. The mats would be in place from approximately April 15 to July 15, 2022. A 24 foot long temporary culvert would also be placed in an unnamed tributary to Rutherford Fork Obion River (Obion County) during the same time period.
- MMXXI-049 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
- NRS21.075 - Dwight and Donna Hixson propose to stabilize 380 feet of shoreline with rip rap along Watts Bar Reservoir near Ten Mile, TN (Meigs County), tying into an existing 350 feet of rip rap to prevent additional erosion. Bald cypress plantings will be incorporated near the bed-bank interface and native live stake plantings and woody debris will be incorporated into the rip rap. Invasive species will be removed, and native vegetation planted along the banks of the shoreline.
- NRS21.215 - MSC Properties, LLC proposes unavoidable impacts to 199 feet of unnamed tributaries to Station Camp Creek in Gallatin (Sumner County) through two natural bottom culvert encapsulations associated with construction of Sweetbriar Road through the McCain Station mixed-use development. As compensatory mitigation, the applicant is required to purchase 70.6 functional feet credits from the West Fork Drakes Creek Mitigation Bank and perform on-site habitat enhancement.
- NRS21.244 - Stratos Development MC2 Group proposes 368 feet of stream encapsulation and 143 feet of stream fill in unnamed tributaries to Old Hickory Reservoir (Gallatin, Sumner County), temporary stream impacts associated with utility line installation, and 0.2 acres of permanent wetland impact to develop a site into a mixed use development. The applicant will provide compensatory mitigation for unavoidable impacts to streams by purchasing 289.6 functional feet credits from Walnut Shade Stream Mitigation Bank and 0.45 wetland credits from Tennessee Mitigation Fund to offset unavoidable impacts to wetlands.
- NRS21.249 - Bobby Townsend proposes construction of two rock chutes on an unnamed tributary of the Watauga River (Carter County). Chute one is 65.5 feet long and chute two is 55.5 feet long, each with a total width of 25 feet and a bottom width of nine feet. The work includes 40 feet of rip rap revetment at the culverted stream outlet. The purpose of the work is to address an unstable channel that is causing loss of land and a dangerous crossing.
- NRS21.257 - HGS, LLC is proposing a wetland mitigation bank for the restoration of 62.32 acres of wetlands in Eagleville (Rutherford County). The bank will provide compensatory mitigation for unavoidable wetland impacts in the Harpeth River Watershed, the Stones River Watershed and the Lower Cumberland River Watershed within the Sandhill Wetland Mitigation Bank service area.
- MMXXI-048 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
- NRS21.217 - Danny Lachman and Baxter Pad, LLC propose to fill 0.21 acres of wetlands and encapsulate an additional 120 feet of stream (total stream encapsulation 180 feet) for construction of residential housing in Baxter (Putnam County).
- NRS21.239 - The Natural Resources Conservation Service proposes to conduct 467 feet of stream channel restoration, construct a high-flow diversion structure, break drain tile in upland areas, and improve two stream crossings on Brickyard Branch (Johnson County).
- NRS21.265 - Patricia Holbrook proposes to install 685 feet of rip rap on Watauga Reservoir near Cedar Branch Road in Butler (Johnson County) to control active erosion.
- NRS21.269 - The Elk River Public Utility District proposes unavoidable impacts to six locations on Eaton Branch and Brewer Creek and seven wetlands associated with a natural gas line expansion and horizontal directional drilling within right-of-way portions of Old Murfreesboro Road, Farrar Hill Road, and Matt’s Hollow Road in Manchester (Coffee County).
- NRS21.288 - Kathy Pinkston proposes the grading of 120 feet of bank on Hotchkiss Creek in Loudon County, stabilization with riprap and critical area planting, construction of a 14-foot-wide low-water crossing ford, and construction of a 21-foot-wide rock chute outfall in the bank downstream of the crossing.
- MMXXI-047 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
- Public Notice and Notice of Public Hearing for Draft Aquatic Resource General Permit for Floating Cabins on Tennessee Valley Authority Reservoirs
- NRS21.206 - Notice of Decision for Individual Permit (ARAP-Natural Resources Unit)
- Notice of Decision for Individual Permits (ARAP-Natural Resources Unit)
- M2021-18 - Request for Public Comment on Draft Permit Actions (Individual NPDES Permits, Mining Unit)
- MMXXI-046 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
- NRS21.155 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation proposes permanent impacts to fourteen Tributaries to Jones Creek and the Loosahatchie River and three wetlands for construction of State Route 460 (Somerville Beltway, Fayette County). The loss of 2,326.7 functional feet of resource value will be offset through Permittee Responsible Mitigation at the Atoka PRM Site (NRS20.163). The 0.108 acre of permanent wetland impacts will be offset through purchase of 0.22 credits at the Loosahatchie Wetland Mitigation Bank.
- NRS21.251 - Tennessee Realty Partners, LLC proposes to fill 0.11 acres of wetlands, remove 142 feet of stream encapsulation and leave in place 137 feet of encapsulation, and fill 35 feet of stream in support of construction of the Cambria housing development in White House (Sumner County). Wetland impacts will be offset through the purchase of 0.25 credits from the Tennessee Mitigation Fund. Stream impacts will be offset through the purchase of 87.4 functional foot credits from the Walnut Shade Stream Mitigation Bank.
- NRS21.271 - The City of Cookeville proposes to install 1,330 feet of rip rap below walking trails for bank stabilization along Cane Creek Lake (Putnam County). Native herbaceous vegetation and native trees will be planted at selected locations along the rip rap and other locations around the lake.
- MMXXI-045 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
- NRS20.163 - Tennessee Department of Transportation proposes to restore approximately 6,655 feet of Big Creek in Walker Park (Atoka, Tipton County). The restoration is proposed to offset impacts associated with the development of SR-460 (Somerville Beltway, PIN 101607.01). The project proposes to generate 2,336 functional feet credits at the end of a seven-year monitoring period.
- NRS21.034 - Strategic Capital Partner, LLC proposes to encapsulate 162 feet of isolated streams in Mt. Juliet (Wilson County) for an industrial development. Proposed mitigation for unavoidable impacts is through purchase of 271.8 credits from Neely’s Bend Stream Mitigation Bank and 20 credits from the Cumberland River Compact in-lieu fee program in the Upper Cumberland River service area.
- NRS21.205 - Arlington Properties, Inc. proposes to fill 2.8 acres of wetlands and impact 188 feet of an unnamed tributary to Nonconnah Creek for construction of a multi-unit residential development near Forest Hill-Irene Road in Shelby County. The applicant proposes to purchase 5.6 wetland mitigation credits from the Tennessee Mitigation Fund’s Southwest Tennessee Service Area to offset loss of resource value.
- NRS21.282 - The Hickman County Highway Department proposes to install a total of 595 feet of rip rap at four locations on Mill Creek and one location on an unnamed tributary to Mill Creek.
- MMXXI-044 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
- NR21MS.010 - Notice of Decision on Individual ARAP Permit, Mining Unit.
- NRS21.234 - The Tennessee Valley Authority proposes to install temporary wooden mats on approximately 0.4 acres of wetlands in Benton and Madison County for installation of overhead ground wire. Any disturbed areas will be returned to original contours with native soils.
- NRS21.260 - The Dollywood Company proposes to encapsulate 79 linear feet of two unnamed tributaries to Seaton Branch to widen the entrance at Dollywood Theme Park in Pigeon Forge, Sevier County.
- MMXXI-043 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
- M2021-17 - Notice of Public Participation Opportunities for Individual NPDES Permits, Mining Unit.
- NRS21.178 - The Pudzer Family Trust proposes expansion of an approximate 0.6-acre farm pond in Leipers Fork (Williamson County), including stabilizing and reinforcing an existing pond levee to address safety concerns. The height of the levee will be raised approximately six feet, increasing pond size to approximately 2.5-acres and inundating a 0.2-acre wetland.
- NRS21.229 - BRS Development proposes 180 linear feet of impact to one stream, 0.05 acres of impact to one wetland, and 0.149 acres of impact to one pond to accommodate residential development on Ragsdale Road in Brentwood (Williamson County).
- NRS21.233 - Hillwood Construction Services proposes 1.31 acres of permanent impact to two wetlands to accommodate industrial development in Gallaway (Fayette County). Additional proposed waterbody impacts for utility line installation include 0.36 acres of temporary impact to five wetlands and use of horizontal directional drilling at three additional wetlands, three streams, and one pond.
- MMXXI-042 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
- TN0005452 - Tennessee Valley Authority - The Division of Water Resources proposes to modify a water quality National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit and will hold a public hearing pursuant to Rule 0400-40-05-.06 (8)
- NRS21.165 - Waterways proposes restoration of approximately 380 feet of Mountain Creek near Chattanooga (Hamilton County) to address excess erosion, stabilize streambanks, and restore channel morphology.
- NRS21.224 - RR Land, LLC proposes to encapsulate 500 linear feet of First Creek in Knox County to develop a new multi-use stadium and associated facilities and infrastructure. The applicant will provide compensatory mitigation for unavoidable impacts by purchasing 175 functional feet credits from Paint Rock Creek Stream Mitigation Bank.
- NRS21.235 - The Jackson County Highway Department proposes to construct rip rap revetments under the Emergency Watershed Protection program along 670 feet of streambank at ten sites on the Cumberland River to reconstruct and protect road embankments. The Commissioner has determined that an emergency exists and the permit for remedial action was issued prior to public notice and participation on October 5, 2021. This notice serves as public notice for that emergency authorization
- NRS21.250 - Drapac Group 46, LLC proposes to fill 0.33 acres of wetland for a residential development in Antioch (Davidson County). The proposed impacts will be offset by purchasing wetland mitigation credits from the Tennessee Mitigation Fund at a 2:1 ratio with a 12% temporal loss multiplier.
- MMXXI-041 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
- NRS21.163 - The Harbor Town Community Association proposes to install 363 feet of rip rap along the lower bank of Wolf River Harbor (Shelby County) and replace five degraded culverts to limit bank erosion and improve infrastructure. Native vegetation will be planted along the upper bank where rip rap is installed.
- NRS21.176 - Alex Nafe proposes the construction of a private boat ramp on Collins River near McMinville (Warren County). The gravel boat ramp will be approximately 12 feet wide by 100 feet long with seven feet of the ramp extending below top of bank and into the riverbed. Up to 28 feet of riprap will be installed to stabilize the ramp.
- NRS21.182 - Headwaters Reserve, LLC proposes wetland and stream impacts associated with activities in unnamed wetlands and unnamed tributaries to Buchanan Branch in Shelbyville (Bedford County). This work is associated with the development of the Duck River Mitigation Bank, which is currently under review by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Tennessee Interagency Review Team. Activities include restoring, enhancing, re-establishing, and preserving streams, wetlands, and adjacent riparian areas.
- NRS21.270 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation proposes to impact Hurricane Creek and an unnamed tributary to Hurricane Creek and four wetlands during replacement of two bridges along State Route 230 in Waverly (Humphreys County). It was determined that an emergency situation existed, and this permit for remedial action was issued prior to public notice and participation, but comments on this activity are still being accepted by TDEC.
- MMXXI-040 - Notice Requesting Public Comments on Draft Permit Actions (Individual and General NPDES Permits, State Operation Permits & Pretreatment Program)
State Revolving Fund Program
None at this time.
|Document||Draft Issuance Date||Comment Period End Date|
|None at this time|
|Current Categorical Exclusions (CE)|
|Applicant||Project||Issue Date||Comment Period End|
|Kingsport||Loan No. DG8 2022-249||12-21-2021||01-21-2021|
|Categorical Exclusion Determination|
|Cleveland||Loan No. DWF 2022-247||12-15-2021||01-15-2021|
|Categorical Exclusion Determination|
|Loan No. SRF2020-443||12-06-2021||01-06-2021|
|Categorical Exclusion Determination - CE|
|Current Finding of No Significant Impact Statements (FONSI) / Environmental Assessments|
|Applicant||Project||Issue Date||Comment Period End|
|Trenton (Gibson County)||Loan No. DW8 2022-245||12-30-2021||01-30-2022|
|Finding of No Significant Impact|
|Cookeville (Putnum County)||Loan No. DWF 2022-244||12-27-2021||01-27-2022|
|Finding of No Significant Impact|
|Figure 1 - Cookeville Area Map|
|Figure 2 - Proposed WTP|
|Hartsville (Trousdale County)||Loan No. DW8 2021-239||12-17-2021||01-17-2022|
|Finding of No Significant Impact|
|Smyrna (Rutherford County)||Loan No. DWF 2022-246||12-08-2021||01-08-2022|
|Finding of No Significant Impact|
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