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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers proposes to use small dredges to remove spot shoals from a segment of the Salem River navigational channel in Delaware jurisdictional waters over a period of 10 years.
This page contains questions from the July 28 Public Information Session on the 2022 White Creek Dredging Project and answers to those questions from DNREC staff.
This form is intended to provide a feedback mechanism for the 2022 White Creek Dredging Project. If you have questions that are not answered on the project page, or if you have comments about the project, please use this form to share them with our staff.
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) is in the engineering phase of a project to dredge White Creek, an important navigation channel in the Inland Bays. Submit Comments Ask Questions
The DNREC Division of Watershed Stewardship is requesting modifications to an existing U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permit to change the method of dredging for a portion of the Murderkill River and change the volume of material authorized to be disposed in overboard disposal sites.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers proposes to extend their authorization to conduct maintenance dredging of the Federal navigation channel and turning basin at the Port of Wilmington for a ten-year period (2021-2030).
Diamond State Port Corporation has applied to conduct annual maintenance dredging in the Christina River during a 10-year period at the Port of Wilmington.
Diamond State Port Corporation proposes to conduct maintenance dredging at the Port of Wilmington Berths 1 through 7.
An applicant proposes the hydraulic dredging of approximately 200 cubic yards of accumulated sediment in a boat slip in the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal near the intersection of Pilottown Road and New Road in Lewes.
The DNREC Shoreline and Waterway Management Section uses a data-based method to prioritize statewide dredging projects in Delaware’s Inland Bays and along the Delaware Bay coast.
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The DNREC Division of Water will conduct a public hearing on an application from Andrew and Maureen Bolduc for a permit to build a dock and to maintenance dredge an unnamed lagoon adjacent to White Creek, near Ocean View.
The Secretary of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has issued Secretary’s Order Number 2019-W-0045 which authorizes Sargio Corporation to conduct dredging at Bay Vista Marina, adjacent to the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal, near Rehoboth Beach.
The DNREC Secretary has issued an order which authorizes Sunrise Ventures, LLC to construct a new 20 slip community marina, to install shoreline stabilization, and to conduct maintenance dredging in the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal, near Rehoboth Beach.
What does it take to keep Delaware’s waterways open and safe? The DNREC Shoreline and Waterway Management Section held a series of informational open house workshops in 2019 to share information about dredging and other waterway management operations in Delaware.
The project to dredge Massey’s Ditch, an important navigation channel in the Inland Bays, was completed on February 27, 2020. The demobilization and removal of equipment such as pipeline concluded in mid-March 2020.
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An important part of the DNREC Division of Watershed Stewardship’s mission is to maintain and improve Delaware’s navigable waterways, including its bays and canals.
Shoreline and Waterway Management 302-739-9921
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia District, proposes maintenance dredging at Mispillion Inlet and Cedar Creek, in Sussex County, for a ten year period using Corps-owned dredge boats.