NBPL Pier 5000 Approach Dredging

NBPL Pier 5000 North Side Outer Berth & Pier Approach Dredging

Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southwest, a Command of the United States Navy, has prepared this Environmental Assessment in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act, as implemented by the Council on Environmental Quality Regulations and Navy regulations for implementing National Environmental Policy Act. The Proposed Action would dredge approximately 110,619 cubic yards of San Diego Bay bottom material over 90 days, to support continued Navy submarine fleet operations at Naval Base Point Loma. This Environmental Assessment evaluates the potential environmental impacts associated with two action alternatives (i.e., Proposed Action and the Reduced Dredging Footprint Alternative) and the No Action Alternative on the following resource areas: marine biological resources, water resources, hazardous materials and wastes, noise, air quality and greenhouse gases, and transportation and traffic.

Click here for the Draft Environmental Assessment for this project. 

Click here for Finding of No Significant Impact - FONSI

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