The mission of the Corps of Engineers Regulatory Program is to protect the Nation’s aquatic resources, while allowing reasonable development by federal, state and local agencies, special interest groups, and private citizens through a fair and balanced permit program. The Corps’ decision-making process considers the interests of all parties and results in decisions that are fair and equitable and that allow for the reasonable use of private property, business development and economic growth. At the same time, these decisions must neutralize the impacts of proposed work in order to protect the waters of the United States.
A permit is NOT issued or valid until signed by the lake Resource Manager.
For more information about the Corps Regulatory Program, check out the following links:
Vicksburg District Regulatory Program
Corps of Engineers Regulatory Gateway
In addition to the above nationwide permits, the following permits are required in order for members of the public to participate in certain activities or before sponsoring special events on Corps lands and waters within the Vicksburg District. Select the corresponding .PDF file for the state in which your activity will occur.
For mailing addresses or more information, call your local Corps of Engineers Office.
DeGray Lake – (870) 246-5501 / Fax (870) 246-9540
Lake Greeson – (870) 285-2151 / Fax (870) 285-3700
Lake Ouachita – (501) 767-2101 / Fax (501) 767-4952
Louisiana Field Office – (318) 322-6391
Fax - (318) 387-4574
Ouachita-Black River – (318) 322-6391
J. Bennett Johnston Waterway – (318) 677-2673
Bayou Bodcau – (318) 949-1804
Wallace Lake – (318) 949-1804
Caddo Lake – (318) 949-1804
Arkabutla Lake – (662) 562-6261/Fax (662) 562-8972
Sardis Lake – (662) 563-4531/Fax (662) 563-4433
Enid Lake – (662) 563-4571/Fax (662) 563-2481
Grenada Lake – (662) 226-5911/Fax (662) 226-0239