The Center for Coastal Resources Management serves the historical records for all tidal wetland Joint Permit Applications (JPA) in a searchable database. These records include the original JPA and all associated photos, public hearing notices, additional information, and VIMS Reports. All records prior to January 1, 2015 can be found here.
Living Shoreline Group 2 - General Permit – permit for sand fill, fiber logs, fiber mats, shell bags, riprap, woven containment bags and temporary grazing protection in tidal wetlands, beaches and submerged lands
The Joint Permit Application is submitted to VMRC, which serves as a clearinghouse and distributes the joint application to the following permitting agencies for review. One application is used to request all approvals for proposed impacts to tidal and non-tidal wetlands, dunes and beaches, and subaqueous resources from activities including construction, dredging, filling, or excavation.
Training and Continued Learning
Annual Wetlands Workshops are held for the tidal shoreline management community in Virginia. These events cover a variety of scientific, policy and management topics as well as offer networking opportunities.
CCRM also offers classes on request for shoreline management topics of interest including, estuarine ecology, the latest shoreline guidance, and GIS tools. Contact [[v|karend,Karen Duhring]], to schedule a training session that can be customized to fit your locality’s specific needs.