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Application Submittal Forms

The USACE Fort Worth Regulatory Branch has released application submittal forms for Individual Permits and some of the most commonly used Nationwide Permits (NWPs) in the Fort Worth District. Future planning includes the development of application forms for the rest of the Fort Worth District applicable NWPs and Regional General Permits (RGPs). Please submit all pre-applications requests and applications by mail anclude the SWF project number if one has been assigned. Applications may be submitted with a cover letter and the remainder of the application on CD. Please include your project number on all correspondence.

Pre-Application (Pre-App) Meeting Request Form

Individual Permit (IP) Application Submittal Forms

The Individual Permit Application Submittal Form is to be used as a supplement to the Engineering Form 4345 (the official IP application form) for Individual Permits in the Fort Worth District. Please submit all pre-applications requests and applications by mail anclude the SWF project number if one has been assigned. Applications may be submitted with a cover letter and the remainder of the application on CD.  Please include your project number on all correspondence.

Nationwide Permit (NWP) Application Submittal Forms

Please submit all pre-applications requests and applications by mail anclude the SWF project number if one has been assigned. Applications may be submitted with a cover letter and the remainder of the application on CD. Please include your project number on all correspondence.

Mitigation Forms

Data Upload Tables - The USACE Fort Worth District strongly encourages the use of these tables for linear projects and/or multiple crossings to help in the effort to expedite our permit evaluation process.

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Forms - One of the requirements for obtaining a Corps of Engineers Section 404 permit is certification from the TCEQ that the permit will comply with state water quality standards. This requirement is authorized by Section 401 of the Federal Clean Water Act, and is therefore referred to as 401 certification.

Jurisdictional Determination (JD) Forms

Texas Rapid Assessment Method (TXRAM) Module and Forms

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth and Tulsa Districts (USACE) have developed a wetland and stream conditional assessment model, referred to as the Texas Rapid Assessment Method (TXRAM). This methodology is being released in a draft form, for the purpose of utilizing and testing the model for a period of one year. After one year of use, the USACE would issue a second Public Notice to solicit comments on the draft model and its use. Following evaluation of the comments, a Final version of TXRAM will be released and distributed through a Public Notice. As part of this effort, the USACE has also developed an Aquatic Resource Compensation Calculator. The one year test period also applies to the Aquatic Resource Calculator. Below is a link to the TXRAM module as well as the associated electronic data forms.

TXRAM Public Notice

Permit Transfer