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A listing of recent subaqueous lands permit applications to the DNREC Wetlands and Subaqueous Lands Section.
A listing of applications for subaqueous lands permits and leases from the DNREC Division of Water.
The DNREC Division of Water will conduct a public hearing on a subaqueous lands lease application from 204 Salisbury Exchange.
A listing of recent Wetlands and Subaqueous Lands applications to the DNREC Division of Water.
Division of Water Start Date: 4/3/2019 End Date: 4/23/2019
Subaqueous Lands Permit Application James Bilney (1-34-23.16-97.00) – To repair 50 linear feet of bulkhead and to install 2 PWC lifts with one associated piling
To determine if you have state-regulated tidal wetlands on your property, browse or search the index map to find and download maps of state-regulated wetlands. [giciframe
Authorization from the Wetlands and Subaqueous Lands Section is required for activities in tidal wetlands or in tidal and non-tidal waters in the State of Delaware. The Section issues various types of authorizations depending upon the location and type of activity proposed. Learn more about what is regulated. Wetlands and Subaqueous Lands
The State of Delaware and the federal government both have laws and regulations that govern wetlands, but they use different methods for determining the location and extent of the wetlands they regulate. You can download maps of state-regulated wetlands, or DNREC staff may be able to help you determine if there are state-regulated wetlands on
The state regulates activities in tidal wetlands and in tidal and non-tidal waters in the State of Delaware. The Wetlands Delaware regulates all of its tidal wetlands as well as those non-tidal wetlands that include 400 or more contiguous acres under the Delaware Wetlands Act (7 Del. Code, Chapter 66) and
The Wetlands and Subaqueous Lands Section provides permitting services for activities in Delaware’s wetlands, bays, rivers, streams, lakes, ponds and other waterways that might require a permit under state law. These activities include marina construction and operation, and construction of docks and piers, shoreline stabilization projects, dredging, filling, bridge or culvert construction, utility crossings of