Does Your Project Need Permits? Do you need permits Project details Results Questionnaire Step 1 of 2 50% Is your project primarily a repair or maintenance of an existing structure?YesNoWhat is the general nature of your project or activity near the waterfront or a wetland?Shoreline stabilization or protectionDocking, mooring, or structures over waterDredging, excavation or fillBuilding, construction or development near a wetland/waterfrontLand management near a wetland/waterfrontStormwater management or water controlAnother type of work or activity Okay. What are you repairing or maintaining?*An existing, functional, previously authorized bulkhead or similar structure where all repairs are in-kind and in-placeAnother previously authorized structureA structure in a wetland adjacent area (within 150 feet of tidal wetland boundary or 100 feet from a DEC regulated freshwater wetland boundary)An area upland from the waterfront that was damaged by a stormBeach (re-grading)Another repair or maintenance projectOkay. What kind of shoreline stabilization or protection structure are you planning to build?*Bulkhead or retaining wallRiprapIn-water shoreline protection (jetty, groin, berm, breakwater, etc.)Another form of bank or shoreline stabilizationIf riprap...*Does not exceed either 500 feet in length or 1 cubic yard per running footExceeds 500 feet in length or 1 cubic yard per running footOkay. What kind of docking, mooring or work over water are you planning?*Building a new docking facility (pier, dock, catwalk, wharf, etc.)Changing use of an existing docking facilityBoat rampMarinaInstalling buoys, floats or mooring devicesInstalling aids to navigationStructure in an artificial canalMooring of a vessel as a dwelling or buildingRemoving wrecked or abandoned vesselOther structure or construction on a waterway or wetlandIf Building a new docking facility (pier, dock, catwalk, wharf, etc.)...*Small residential dock (floating or open pile) less than 200 square feetOpen pile dock greater than 200 square feetFloating dock greater than 200 square feetSolid fill dockIf building a marina...*Constructing a new marinaModifying an existing marinaIf Installing buoys, floats or mooring devices...*Single buoy, non-commercialMultiple buoysTemporary buoys or floats (such as for a recreational event)If other structure or construction on a waterway or wetland...*Structure, construction or fill below the mean high water mark in tidal watersStructure or fill on a freshwater wetland or waterwayOkay. What kind of dredging or excavation work are you planning?*DredgingDischarges or disposal of dredged material into a waterwayMaintenance dredging of existing marina basinsExcavation activities related to constructionConstruction or reshaping of drainage ditchesPlacement of fillGradingDrilling a water wellInstalling a dry well, retention basin, filter, swale or pondTemporary discharges of decant waters from dredge material disposal sites or from barges or vesselsOther dredging / excavation workIf Dredging...*25 cubic yards or less below Spring High Water in tidal watersMore than 25 cubic yards in tidal watersDredging in non-tidal waters or other areasIf Discharges or Disposal...*25 cubic yards or less below the plane of Spring High Water (for tidal waters) or Open High Water (for freshwater)More than 25 cubic yardsIf placement of fill...*25 cubic yards or less below the plane of Spring High Water (for tidal waters) or Open High Water (for freshwater)More than 25 cubic yardsOkay. What kind of building, development or construction are you planning to do near a wetland?*New residential construction, renovation or modificationNew commercial, industrial, or institutional constructionSubstantial renovation of an existing buildingAccessory structuresTemporary construction activitiesConstruction of water-based, renewable energy pilot projects (with discharge of dredge or fill into non-tidal waters)Other construction activities disturbing one or more acres of soilInstallation of a septic systemOther building, development or construction projectOkay. What What kind land management are you planning to do near a wetland?*Constructing roadsClear-cutting treesCutting vegetationEstablishing plantingsEstablishing walking trails, where no significant impairment of the wetland is involvedEstablishing a scenic, historic, wildlife or scientific preserve, without any material alternation of the areaRemoving or breaching beaver damsSubdividing landOther land management near a wetlandOkay. What What kind of work or activities do you need permits for?*Stormwater management facilitiesOutfall structures and associated intake structuresUpland construction, reconstruction or removal of berms, levees, dikes, dams, and other control structuresMaintaining flood control facilities – with expected discharges of dredged or fill materialReturn water from upland contained disposal areasOther construction activities disturbing one or more acres of soilOkay. What other kind of work or activity are you planning to do near the waterfront or wetlands?*Energy or utilities workFishing, harvesting or aquacultureRecreationalScientific or educationalHabitat restorationUse of chemicals, pesticides or pollutantsEmergency response operationAnother activity that could potentially impact a shoreline, water body or wetlandIf energy or utilities work...*Connecting electric, gas, sewer, water, telephone or other utilities from an existing distribution utility facility to an existing structure near a wetlandConstruction, maintenance repair and removal of utility lines and associated facilities in a waterwayConstruction, expansion, modification, or removal of water-based wind or hydrokinetic renewable energy generation pilot projects and their attendant featuresIf fishing, harvesting or aquaculture...*Commercial shellfish aquaculture operationsTrapping or harvesting fish or wildlifeDepositing or removing the natural products of wetlands in the process of recreational or commercial fishing, shellfishing, aquaculture, hunting or trappingManual harvesting of salt hayIf recreational...*Boating, hiking, swimming, camping, picnicking and other similar non-motorized forms of outdoor activityOperating an all-terrain vehicle, air or motor boat, or snowmobileIf scientific or educational*Conducting educational and scientific research activities where no significant impairment of the wetland or its benefits is involvedConducting educational and research activities not involving any material alteration of the area involvedIf habitat restoration*Establishing, enhancing or restoring an aquatic habitatMoist soil management for wildlifeIf use of chemicals, pesticides or pollutants*Use and storage of pollutants and toxic substancesApplication of chemicals and pesticidesDischarge of pollutants requiring a SPEDES permitDisposal of solid wastes (garbage/refuse)Installation of septic systemsIf emergency response operation*Cleanup of hazardous or toxic wasteWork done or funded by the Natural Resources Conservation Service for a situation requiring immediate action under its emergency Watershed Protection ProgramResponse operations for oil and hazardous substances This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.