This chart shows which permits are required under specific conditions based on where your project will take place: streambed, streambanks, wetlands, or floodplain.
Using this diagram, determine where your activity will occur. The letters refer to the permits listed below.
|Chart Key||Permit Required||Agency||Contact Number|
|A||Montana Stream Protection Act (124)
(For Government Agencies Only)
|Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks||454-5853|
|B||Stormwater Discharge General Permits||Dept. of Environmental Quality||444-2406|
|C||Streamside Management Zone Law||Dept. Natural Resources & Conservation||751-2240|
|D||Montana Floodplain and Floodway Management Act||Cascade County Planning||454-6905|
|E||Water Quality Standard for Turbidity (318)||Dept. of Environmental Quality||444-4626|
|F||Montana Natural Streambed and Land Preservation Act (310)||Cascade Conservation District||727-3603|
|G||Montana Land-use License or Easement on Navigable Waters||Dept. of Natural Resources & Conservation/Special Uses||751-2263|
|H||Montana Water Use Act||Dept. of Natural Resources & Conservation||752-2288|
|I||Federal Clean Water Act (Section 404)||US Army Corp of Engineers||441-1375|
|J||Federal Rivers and Harbors Act (Section 10)||US Army Corp of Engineers||441-1375|
|K||Other laws that may apply|