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Hendrix Street Canal Interim Dredging

DEP is pleased to announce the availability of the Environmental Assessment Statement (EAS) for the Hendrix Street Canal Interim Dredging project. The EAS and Notice of Intent to Conduct Environmental Review are available for viewing below. If there are any questions, feel free to contact:

Stacy Radine
Bureau of Environmental Planning and Analysis, 11th Floor
New York City Department of Environmental Protection
59-17 Junction Boulevard
Flushing, New York 11373

Project Description

DEP is proposing to remove accumulated combined sewer overflow (CSO) sediment from the upper portion of Hendrix Street Canal to provide odor abatement for the surrounding community in accordance with the CSO Consent Order with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC). The Hendrix Street Canal Interim Dredging Project is proposed for the uppermost 1,400 feet of the canal, a tributary of Jamaica Bay in Brooklyn, New York. This action would remove approximately 20,000 cubic yards of accumulated CSO sediment by hydraulic dredging.

Negative Declaration  (PDF)

Notice of Intent  (PDF)

CEQR Form (PDF)

CEQR Attachment - A  (PDF)

CEQR Attachment - B  (PDF)

CEQR Attachment - C: Essential Fish Habitat  (PDF)

CEQR Figures - A1  (PDF)

CEQR Figures - A2  (PDF)

CEQR Figures - A3  (PDF)

CEQR Figures - A4  (PDF)

CEQR Figures - A5  (PDF)

 

 

Reservoir Levels

Current: 98.7%

Normal: 98.4%